FSR Energy & Climate at the State of the Union 2018


Eight Edition 10-12 May 2018, Florence

The FSR areas of Energy, Energy Union Law, and Climate are playing a significant role in the 8th edition of the event, focusing this year on Solidarity in Europe.

Organised by the European University Institute in Florence, the State of the Union conference (10-12 May 2018) is an annual high-level debate on the European Union. The 2018 edition has a special emphasis on Solidarity in Europe, an overarching theme relevant to European economic, monetary and fiscal policies, social investment, strategies of EU defence and security, migration, climate change and energy programmes.

Panels conducted by FSR Energy & Climate:

  • Platforms and Communities: New Forms of Markets and Solidarity Emerging in the EU Energy World  chaired by Enrico Letta 
  • Climate Change Solidarity within the EU chaired by Leigh Hancher
  • Climate Change and Energy Transition: is our ‘Energy Union’ Challenged by New Needs of Burden-sharing Solidarity? chaired by Jean-Michel Glachant

Side Events by FSR Energy & Climate:


Equity and solidarity in the EU Emissions Trading System: any lessons for international climate governance? Read more

Digital Age and European Energy Transition: the Launch of a Knowledge Hub

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