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The Policy Advisory Council (PAC) meetings provide a bi-annual opportunity for the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) to present its work to its Star and Major Donors and to receive their feedback.

The PAC meetings are open to representatives of Star and Major Donors of the FSR, as well as invited academics, regulators, and policy-makers. They are run under Chatham House rules.

The next PAC meeting will be held at the premises of the FSR in Florence (Villa Schifanoia) on 15 June 2023 and it will have a special focus. It will aim at identifying the priorities for the next Commission in terms of the policies to achieve the ambitious energy and climate targets to which the EU has committed for 2030 and beyond.

The FSR is planning to issue a Policy Statement on the identified priorities. Therefore, the specific objectives of the PAC meeting of 15 June 2023 will be twofold:

  • to feed into the development of an FSR Policy Statement proposing policy priorities for the next Commission, which we aim to present to Members of the European Parliament and representatives of other EU and national institutions later in the year;
  • to contribute to the development of the FSR Work Programme for the next years to align it to the Energy Policy priorities of the European Union.

This event is by invitation only

Venue
Villa Schifanoia – Sala Europa
Via Boccaccio, 121
Florence, 50133 Italy

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Coordinator
Elena Iorio
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