For the first time ENTSO-E, EDSO and the Florence School of Regulation are launching a call for papers open to students in their undergraduate and master degree. The theme of the call, and the question to be answered, is “What do digital energy and digital consumers mean to you?”
The jury will be composed by Jean-Michel Glachant (FSR Director), Ronnie Bellemans (Global Smart Grid Federation) and Marie Donnelly (European Commission – tbc).
The winner will receive a free ticket for the conference and travel arrangements will be covered. She/he will be invited on the conference’s stage on 23 March and asked to briefly present the paper, which will also be published on ENTSO-E, EDSO and FSR websites.
The winner will also be awarded with the possibility to choose between:
- A free seat at the FSR Online Course ‘The Regulation of the Power Sector’ (Autumn Edition)
- Attending one FSR Event (except trainings and Policy Advisory Councils), with travel and accommodation offered by the Florence School.
Papers should not be longer than 3000 words and should be submitted no later than 10 March 2016 to:firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner will be informed by 16 March 2016.
Official website and guidelines are available here.
This initiative has been launched in the framework of the 5th InnoGrid2020+ Conference that will take place at the Center for Fine Arts in Brussels on 22nd and 23rd March. The Conference is co- organised by ENTSO-E and EDSO, in partnership with the Florence School of Regulation.