Energy Union Law Donors
The FSR Energy Union Law Area receives generous funding from law firms, economic consultancy firms, energy companies and other bodies representing stakeholders in the industry.
The support from donors is instrumental to the development of our dynamic approach to debate, training, and research. It has allowed us to combine academic competence with an acute knowledge of the current regulatory issues, to create a platform for innovative and independent discussion and practice-sharing, and offer opportunities for close interaction with the key stakeholders of the energy industry at various locations across Europe, including Florence, Brussels, Athens, and Vienna.
2018 annual contribution: €8,000
As a donor to the area, you may:
- propose topics to be discussed at workshops
- host our workshops and trainings
- send delegates to the workshops
- avail of extensive networking opportunities with some of the key players in the field
- participate in all of our workshops and events (free of charge)
- access our trainings (at discounted rates)
- participate in all activities relating to the area.
Main activities in 2017
- The Impact of Brexit on the UK and European Energy Markets | 30 March, London
- Clean Energy: The New Legal Challenges | 20 April, Brussels
- 5th Vienna Forum on European Energy Law | 4- 5 May, Vienna
- Webinar: The Baltic Seas Pipelines and EU Law | 23 May, Florence/online
- Book publication: EU Energy Law and Policy: A South European Perspective, Claeys and Casteels, August 2017
- The 2nd Athens Conference on European Energy Law | 29 September, Athens
- Seminar: Current and Future Challenges in the EU Gas Market | 26 October, Florence
- 9th FSR – BNetzA Forum on the Legal Issues of Energy Regulation | 27 October, Florence
- Training: State Aid in the Energy Sector | 10 November, Brussels
- Public Intervention in the Energy Transition: A Legal and Economic Perspective on State Aid Policies | 24 November, Paris
Our Donors include
International Faculty and Network
Each year, the Energy Union Law Area actively pursues collaborations with key institutions and decision-making bodies in the field, while also working closely with the FSR Energy network. In 2017, this included joint initiatives with the Energy Community Secretariat, Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), and the Université Paris-Dauphine.