The new season of FSR Insights starts with a conversation with the editors of the recently published Handbook of Electricity Markets: Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant (FSR Director), Prof. Paul L. Joskow, (MIT), and Prof. Michael G. Pollitt (Judge Business School, University of Cambridge).
With twenty-two chapters written by leading international experts, the handbook represents the most detailed and comprehensive overview on electricity markets ever published, covering wholesale and retail; renewable electricity sources; the electrification of mobility, heating, and cooling; and recent innovations such as distributed generation, electrical energy storage, demand response and digital platforms that are disrupting the industry.
Paul Joskow on US electricity markets:
Jean-Michel Glachant on the review of EU electricity markets:
Michael Pollit on adapting to new technologies and new policy priorities:
Jean-Michel Glachant on the review of innovation waves:
Leonardo Meeus, FSR
Lucila de Almeida, FSR
Jean-Michel Glachant, Director, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute
Paul L. Joskow, Elizabeth and James Killiam Professor of Economics and Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael G. Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Valerie Reif, Florence School of Regulation
Swetha Baghwat, Florence School of Regulation
The new season of the FSR Insights will feature world-class academics from the energy field, as well as the FSR research team members in the role of discussants, to investigate timely energy topics and future scenarios.
The Handbook edited by covers all dimensions of electricity markets.
Contributors include: Kenneth Anderson, Ross Baldick, Kathryne Cleary, Bentley C. Clinton, Gabrielle Dyson, Anton Eberhard, Mathilde Fajardy, Carolyn Fischer, Vivien Foster, Jean-Michel Glachant, Richard Green, William W. Hogan, Grégoire Jacquot, Paul L. Joskow, Christopher R. Knittel, Thomas-Olivier Léautier, Chloé Le Coq, Stephen Littlechild, Nils May, Kostantinos Metaxoglou, Divyam Nagpal, Karsten Neuhoff, David Newbery, Shmuel S. Oren, Karen Palmer, Ignacio J. Pérez-Arriaga, Michael Pollitt, David M. Reiner, Fabien Roques, Richard Schmalensee, Eric Schubert, Sebastian Schwenen, Paul Simshauser, Fereidoon Sioshansi, Robert Stoner, Frank A. Wolak, Xu Yi-chong.
This episode of #FSRDebates will consider which role Contracts for Difference could play in the future market design and how…
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