FSR is co-hosting the International Energy Charter Forum

The Florence School of Regulation is one of the co-organising partners of the International Energy Charter Forum, which will be held on 12 May 2017 in Brussels. 

The one-day event will take place at the Energy Charter Secretariat’s new headquarters in Brussels and it will focus on the topic of Mobilising Investments For A Sustainable Energy Future.

The FSR Director, Jean-Michel Glachant and the FSR Fellow and former EU Commissioner Andris Piebalgs are contributing to the first-morning session dealing with the necessity of stable investment conditions to implement the UNFCCC Paris Agreement and achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals on universal energy access.

 

Among the speakers of the Forum,  is Alberto Pototschnig, ACER Director and FSR Advisor.

Learn more on the event

Download the draft agenda

For live updates from the conference, follow FSR on twitter

 


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