EU Energy Law & Policy Summer School, 26- 31 May

Join us in Florence for the EU Energy Law & Policy Summer School, 26- 31 May, to learn about the legal implications of the Energy Union. As this year is set to be key to the realisation of the Commission’s ambitions, we will explore the legal framework behind the transition to a secure, integrated and competitive low-carbon economy, and consider the myriad challenges ahead. 

This will include an examination of the role of the energy consumer and retail pricing, alongside analyses of the internal and external legal dimensions of the Energy Union, and how it will impact upon the EU electricity and gas markets. In addition to lectures from leading experts, participants will be expected to actively participate throughout the course in order to learn how complex and often abstract European energy law principles can be applied in daily practice.

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