FSR at the High Level European Electricity Regulation Conference

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?

Watch the live stream here

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 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.

Access the publication here

 


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