EU Electricity Network Codes: which possible amendments?

Today, Monday 14th May, the Florence School of Regulation is in Brussels to discuss possible amendments on the electricity Network Codes.

This brainstorming event is bringing together the best students from the first edition of the FSR online course:  ‘EU electricity Network Codes’, as well as from the new online training for consumer organisations, energy communities and NGOs. Participants with different professional backgrounds will share their inputs and thoughts and possibly agree on new and more inclusive recommendations to be actually proposed on the electricity network codes.

 


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