The FSR Energy network is a global community of experts and practitioners. We actively foster collaborations with leading energy institutions to develop economically and socially sound regulation and policy.
Training & Scholarships
We design and conduct different types of training, supported by a world-renowned faculty and an unmatched learning environment.
We combine robust knowledge and a multidisciplinary approach to offer the most advanced thinking on energy regulation and policy in Europe and worldwide.
We welcome you to Florence, online and worldwide to debate the most relevant issues at stake in the energy landscape.
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For Swiss Grid is a unique opportunity to be a Donor of the FSR. We have been at so many very important meetings here, so many important conferences and it is so valuable for us to contact and to network with key policymakers throughout all Europe.
We have been for many years donors of the FSR because we find the school a very important place where we can exchange our views with peers with regulatory authorities and with institutions in a very open-minded setting. That’s what we appreciate very much, as well as the possibility of establishing a network and relationship with different people. Not to mention the fact that the training activities and offers that the FSR gives us are extremely important to train our staff members in becoming always better specialists in regulatory issues.
The Fsr is unique and it’s unique in many aspects. There is no other place in Europe where regulators, policy makers and grid operators come together to discuss the open issues and the future of the energy business in Europe. And the location is unique as well, it inspires us to think freely, to open up our minds and to really enable the future of the energy business in Europe.
Why are we FSR Donors? First of all, we have always appreciated the frank discussions going on in the various workshops. Secondly, we have used the educational facilities of the FSR very much and I’ve seen many many young people going through here and getting a very good impression of regulations and all the difficulties involved with this. So we hare happy to be here and we will continue our engagement also in the future.
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