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The FSR & BNetzA Forum is a joint initiative of the FSR Energy Law & Policy Area and the German energy regulator Bundesnetzagentur. The Forum is designed to foster discussion on issues of particular importance for national regulatory authorities and to facilitate the sharing of experience and best practice.

Sessions

This year’s Forum is hosted by our donor, Linklaters LLP, at the Berlin office, and is divided into 3 sessions.

  • The first session on TSO certification includes comments on the Commission’s ITO study and the recent certification cases.
  • In the second session, representatives from the Commission, national regulators and industry discuss the new role for DSOs.
  • The third and last session centers around interconnectors and PCIs, where cooperation between national regulators is particularly challenging.

The sessions are complemented by a keynote speech on the European energy policy set by the new Commission.

Eligibility

Please note that this seminar is only open to donors of the Florence School of Regulation, EU public officials, and National Regulatory Authorities.

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Linklaters LLP
Potsdamer Platz, 5
Berlin, 10785 Germany

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