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1.06.2019

FSR partners with IRENA to foster knowledge exchange for a sustainable energy transition

On 20 May 2019 in Florence, FSR officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding with The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)  to foster knowledge exchange for […] read more

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News

18.09.2017

FSR meets IRENA

On Wednesday 13th September 2017, a delegation from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) visited the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute, […] read more

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Integrating intermittent renewable energy – TSE

by C. Crampes and N. Ladoux The increase in production of energy from intermittent renewable sources poses two problems for programmable energy plants: volume, because […] read more

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The second digitisation of the electricity industry: chronicle of a revolution foretold

by Claude Crampes & Thomas-Olivier Léautier On Monday 12 September 2016, the German energy giant E.ON listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange a company called Uniper, […] read more

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News

24.10.2016

The FSR in Paraguay

Jean-Michel Glachant is in Paraguay to participate in the Symposium ‘Ciencia, Tecnología, Educación e Innovación’ which will be held in Asunción on Tuesday 25 October. […] read more

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Epex Spot

News

5.10.2016

Towards a common vision for European electricity markets?

The Florence School of Regulation is partnering EPEX SPOT in the organisation of the ‘European Power Market Summit’ taking place in Brussels on 5th and 6th October 2016. read more

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Role of DSOs

Podcast

23.06.2016

Jean-Michel Glachant ponders local markets as potential for “incredible breaking of the whole European project”

Jean-Michel Glachant has provided our podcast listeners with an insight into the frank discussions between leading regulators, stakeholders and executives at the FSR Executive Seminar: […] read more

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News

16.06.2016

The European Energy Transition between ‘Decarbonisation’ and ‘Digitalisation’

The Florence School of Regulation, together with Bruegel and the Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei, jointly organises a workshop dedicated to: ‘The European Energy Transition: a […] read more

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Vincent Rious

Topic of the Month

31.05.2016

The need for more flexibility but not in the harmonisation process

Written by Vincent Rious The EU climate goals require a massive introduction of intermittent RES, which itself requires a flexible enough power system. If new […] read more

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FSR partners with IRENA to foster knowledge exchange for a sustainable energy transition

- Renewables

On 20 May 2019 in Florence, FSR officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding with The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)  to foster knowledge exchange for a sustainable energy transition.

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‘It’s time to run and run fast and work together – if we want the sustainable world we envision for ourselves’ the IRENA Director-General, Francesco La Camera told the FSR team attending the event.

During the signing ceremony, the FSR Director, Jean-Michel Glachant had the chance to talk with Francesco La Camera about the role of a knowledge platform like the Florence School in fostering knowledge exchange worldwide.

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Browse the photo gallery from the event:

 

FSR and IRENA MoU signing ceremony

 

 

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