FSR launches four new online series from September 2020

Talks, Insights, Conversations, and Debates

New FSR online event series

There has never been a more important time to build a digital school, connecting our community worldwide, and advancing knowledge for a more sustainable and resilient energy future.

The Florence School of Regulation is happy to launch four new series that will take our online events to the next level, improving their accessibility and the quality of your experience.

Starting in September 2020, these series will cover a wide range of topics and formats to meet the changing needs of the energy sector and the interests of our audience, across cutting-edge research, regulatory debate, and policy dialogue.

From September 2020, every Wednesday. All the events will be freely accessible upon registration. The events will take place on Zoom and on our social media channels.

#FSRTalks 

FSR Talks series

Live interviews with experts from the wider network of the school to showcase and discuss a recent work (a book just published, interesting study, innovative project) in a light and interactive way.

Hosts: Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant, Ilaria Conti, Swetha Baghwat

Coming soon

#FSRInsights

FSR insights

Hosts: Prof. Leonardo Meeus and the FSR Research team

This series focuses on the insights by FSR researchers.  The series will give us the chance to share our research findings and to collect feedback on ongoing research by engaging with the audience and invited experts.

Coming soon

#FSRConversations

FSR conversations series

Hosts: Prof. Andris Piebalgs and Prof. Christopher Jones

Each month, the series of conversations will feature leading actors and policy makers of the European and global energy landscape, interviewed by FSR with the key role of our audience that will be enabled to submit questions in advance.

Coming soon

#FSRDebates

FSR debates series

Hosts: Prof. Leigh Hancher and Prof. Alberto Pototschnig

The focus of this series is on recent court cases, regulatory decisions, EU legislation, or public consultations to be discussed by a panel of experts.

Coming soon

Live Stream and Highlights

To facilitate your experience, each event will be live-tweeted and live-streamed on our social media channels, while the event highlights will be published within a day. The slides and recording will always be available on the event page as the event ends.

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Please contact Chiara Canestrini if you have suggestions for a future event of the series, or would like to partner with us.

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