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The Florence School of Regulation is hosting the 7th edition of its Executive Seminar on Thursday 22nd June 2017.

This exclusive event brings together high level representatives from TSOs, NRAs and the European Commission, as well as academics and industry experts in order to debate some of the most critical issues in the operation of the EU power system and the management of solidarity during power emergencies.

The Seminar is divided into two sessions as follows:

Session 1 – Regional Operation of EU Power System: Issues and Practice

What has to be operated at the regional level and why? What is already done at the regional level and how? What has to be done in terms of system safety and adequacy? What are the main regulatory obstacles to coordination? What is necessary beyond the implementation of network codes?

Session 2 – Solidarity in Power Emergency Management: Issues and Practice

The week 15-21 January 2017 has been tough for the EU power system. What did happen to the system? What was the portfolio of coordination and solidarity tools existing at the beginning of the week?  What has been done during that week by the involved TSOs? What are the lessons to be learned for the next emergency event?

 

Please note that this is a closed-door event and participation is by invitation only.

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

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