Electricity Security Across Borders

The FSR’s director, Jean-Michel Glachant will today attend a conference on ‘Electricity Security Across Borders’. The event, taking place in Paris, is being hosted by the IEA Electricity Security Advisory Security Panel (ESAP) and the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER). 

Experts, including regulators, policy makers, and academics, will discuss the complex challenges of preserving energy security within heavily integrated international markets. Participants will explore examples of regional cooperation from Europe and beyond in detail and draw a clear contrast between long-term and short-term energy security.

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