The EU Energy Law & Policy workshops bring together energy professionals including regulators, policy makers, practitioners and academics, to discuss energy law and policy issues of shared interest. Our donor, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is hosting this year’s workshop at their Brussels office.
The workshop is divided into four sessions:
Energy market design;
Stranding of assets due to changes in energy systems;
Antitrust damages in the energy sector;
Recent developments in EU state aid control
The sessions are complemented by a keynote speech on the Commission’s Energy Union.
Please note that the workshop is only open to donors of the Florence School of Regulation, National Regulatory Authorities and EU institutions. For practical queries, please contact FSR Conferences. Photo Sweltering by Spinster Cardigan used under CC BY 2.0 (adapted).
Capacity Mechanisms under State aid rules
Completing the IEM: 17 Network Codes do not a market make (with apologies to Aristotle)
Ensuring gas security of supply in a market context
EU Damages Directive Energy Sector Implications
Power Market Design
Stranded Generation Assets: Lessons from the Spanish Experience
Stranding risk driven by renewable and decarbonisation targets
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