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Joint DUR-FSR-CSEI Online Book Launch Event

The Florence School of Regulation, in collaboration with the Danish Utility Regulator (DUR) and with the Copenhagen School of Infrastructure (CSEI), is hosting an online event to launch the newly published anthology on Energy Regulation in the Green Transition.

The book we will discuss is volume I in the Danish Utility Regulator’s anthology project on enabling better regulation in the energy sector. The online event moderated by Leonardo Meeus (FSR) will feature keynote speeches from the contributing authors to the anthology, from FSR and CSEI as well as from the editorial team.

Programme of the event

Moderated by Leonardo Meeus, Florence School of Regulation (FSR)

Welcome and presentation of the anthology
Carsten Smidt, Director-general, DUR

Keynote Speeches

Introduction to energy regulation in the green transition
Prof. Peter Møllgaard, Chairman of the Danish Council on Climate Change, and Dean at the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics

Energy Network Innovation for Green transition: Economic Issues and Regulatory options
Manuel Llorca, Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI)

Regulatory Experimentation in Energy: Three Pioneer Countries and a Look Ahead
Tim Schittekatte, Florence School of Regulation (FSR)

Review, Perspectives, and Open Questions
Dr. Annegret Groebel, President of Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER)

Concluding Remarks
Carsten Smidt, Director-general, DUR

More on the Anthology

The Green Transition challenges existing structures of all sectors in society, not least within the energy sectors. This anthology is a collection of contributions by leading academics from economics, legal and technical backgrounds on Energy Regulation in the Green Transition.

The anthology describes regulatory dilemmas and explores appropriate regulatory answers to the challenges presented by an ambitious Green Transition. The anthology seeks to foster inter-disciplinary discussions and encourages the development of new regulatory thinking among practitioners, businesses, academics, government officials and regulators alike.

The anthology is divided into three broad themes of importance to regulation in the Green Transition: Regulation and Tariff Design discusses ownership, the relationship between innovation and regulation, as well as tariff design. The second theme, Governance and Legal Aspects, investigates the role of existing legal frameworks on the social acceptance of infrastructure, the income-cap regulatory framework and the importance of regulatory experimentation. The third theme addresses questions relating to existing Investment Decision Frameworks employed by utilities in the Green Transition.

The anthology on Energy Regulation in the Green Transition is volume I of the Danish Utility Regulator’s (DUR) Anthology Project series on Better Regulation in the Energy sector.

Soon available online!

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Via Boccaccio, 121
Florence, Florence 50133 Italy

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