Energy Innovation – Policy and Regulation
When the dynamics of technology is considered, regulation must become evolutionary
The innovation wave of the last years adds a new dimension to shape the evolution of the electricity industry: innovation policies. Transitions imply disruptive innovations and should be guided by policies that facilitate structural change and smooth out the process.
The Energy Innovation Area at the Florence School of Regulation, launching in September 2018, focuses on the interplay among innovation, energy and climate policies. The new area provides a platform where academics, regulatory institutions and market players can exchange views and practices that allow implementing mechanisms in accordance with the future policy goals in the energy industry.
News from FSR Energy Innovation:
- Lights on Innovation – FSR blog series
- Energy Innovation Academy on 28-30 November 2018 in Florence
- New study: Financing the transition to renewable energy in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe
Webinar series in September-October 2018:
- Jose Maria Silveira (Unicamp):
Latest News & Articles
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