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The European Union is entering two waves of change and innovation which will shape the world economies and societies in the 21st Century. They are the “Digital Age” and the “Energy Transition”.

An independent “Knowledge Hub” is needed to collect data and evidence, aggregate research questions and analyses, define metrics and options, and to formulate policy alternatives and regulatory tools for Europe.

Speakers:

  • Jean-Michel Glachant, Director, Florence School of Regulation, and Director of Loyola de Palacio Energy Policy Programme, EUI
    Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, Researcher on European Energy Policy at Notre Europe-Institut Jacques Delors

 

More information coming soon. This event is private and by invitation only.

 

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Venue
Villa Schifanoia – Cappella
Via Boccaccio, 121
Firenze, Firenze 50133 Italy

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