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Florence School of Regulation & E-Control

External Energy Security is high on the European Union’s agenda and it is important to have an open and honest debate about the opportunities and challenges this may raise. The Florence School of Regulation and E-Control are pleased to collaborate on this topic and provide an opportunity to have such an useful discussion with the relevant stakeholders.

The workshop will discuss the following topics:

  • A new energy policy for the European Union?
  • Implementing Energy Policy: What needs to be done? New ambitions and strategies for the future.
  • Going beyond national borders: is it really that difficult?

Each session will include a range of panelists representing regulatory authorities, EU institutions, industry and academia. After short presentations by the panelists we hope to engage in an open discussion with all the participants under Chatham House Rules.

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