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This workshop brought together legal practitioners, regulators, policy makers and academics to discuss energy law and policy issues of cross-cutting interest. The workshop spanned two days and consisted of six sessions, covering the following topics:

  1. Big energy data
  2. The new market design initiative and regional electricity markets
  3. Integrating RES across Europe
  4. The future of the LNG market (roundtable)
  5. Network Codes: Implementation and enforcement
  6. Unbundling rules and electricity storage

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Workshop Interviews

Presentations

Ariel Ezrachi: ‘When robots collude: Artificial intelligence and competition law’

Saverio Massari: ‘The possible future of PV subsidy schemes in the light of the Italian and Turkish cases’

Charles Verhaeghe: ‘Toward a new Target model for European electricity markets’

Francesco Salerno: ‘Nominated Electricity Market Operators (NEMOs) and competition between power exchanges’

George Pedakakis & Maria Psalti: ‘The Greek electricity and gas markets: What brings the new Memorandum of Understanding of 11 August?’

Gabriella Nemeth: ‘Electricity Storage: A flexibility mechanism’

Jim Cardwell: ‘Network embedded electricity storage – a company’s perspective’

Christoph Riechmann: ‘Coordination of capacities to ensure security of supply’

Mats Nilsson: ‘Can we have a market with zero-opex technologies’

Charikleia Vlachou: ‘Network codes as delegated acts: What brings the new commitology regime?’

Florence Melchior: ‘Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management Regulation – Current issues in implementation’

Vito Gonnella: ‘Market and regulatory obstacles at the interface between the TSOs and aggregators’

Edmund Philips: ‘Renewable energy auctions’

Christoph Gatzen: ‘What’s the future of electricity storage in Europe?’

Vincent Rious: ‘International experience with electricity storage’

Erik Rakhou: ‘LNG and Europe’

Venue
Villa La Fonte
Via delle Fontanelle, 18
San Domenico di Fiesole, Firenze 50014

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