On 27 November in Florence, the European Commission invites energy stakeholders, policy-makers and national regulators for a day of high-level debates on the state of play and future of regulation in electricity markets and infrastructure.
- What are the key drivers to Europe’s evolving electricity markets?
- How can energy suppliers stay relevant in the energy transition?
- What is the contribution of interconnectors to the energy transition?
The FSR Director, Jean-Michel Glachant is joining the conference and moderating the session ‘Placing consumers at the centre: How will more flexible markets and pricing affect consumers’ needs?’ Follow @JMGlachant on twitter for live updates.
In the frame of the conference, FSR published a new policy brief by D.Dobbeni (EIT Innoenergy), J.M.Glachant (FSR), J.A. Vinois (EC):
The new EU Electricity Package, repackaged as a Six Hands Christmas Wish List…
As electricity is to become – by far – ‘The’ energy driver for the decades to come, Europe’s experience in this industry is a major asset to (re) take a leadership position. The three authors with six hands, jointly believe that this package provides an excellent proposal to achieve a significant step forward for the Internal Energy Market, empowering and servicing energy consumers, improving energy markets to optimise European resources, increasing shares of renewable energy and reducing energy consumption.