FSR Energy @ European Parliament | Debating CRM Reform and Low – Carbon Transition

On Tuesday 30th January, the Florence School of Regulation holds an exclusive launch event at the European Parliament, debating the proposed reform of Capacity Remuneration Mechanisms (CRM) in the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package (on invitation only).

The event, organised by Andris Piebalgs (Senior Fellow at FSR), not only investigates the reform of CRM, but also focuses on its possible role in achieving Europe’s energy and climate goals.

Academics and relevant stakeholders will join European policymakers and Member States’ representatives to extensively debate the progressive decarbonisation of the electricity sector, with the aim of ensuring a sustainable energy transition.


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