This workshop is designed to assess the current legal issues surrounding the enforcement of EU antitrust rules and the changing role of governance in the energy sector in light of the Clean Energy Package.
The workshop will open with a keynote address from Vice-President of the European Commission and head of the Energy Union, Maroš Šefčovič, on the Commission’s new market design proposals and the impact of the Energy Union at EU and Member State level.
Focus will then turn to the role of competition in the energy transition, examining the impending challenges of big data and price comparison websites, retail price controls, and reviewing recent case law at the CJEU. This will be followed by a study of governance in the energy sector, assessing the Commission’s new governance proposals, centralised and decentralised competition enforcement and, in particular, the role of Regional Operational Centres and its implications from an economic, legal, and regulatory perspective.
Register by 10 April 2017
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