The future of business models in energy companies to be discussed in Prague

The FSR Director, Jean-Michel Glachant, will participate as a moderator and speaker at the XII International Regulatory Forum taking place in Prague on Thursday 17th March. Jean Michel’s intervention will cover the ‘Regulatory challenges under the changing energy market conditions’.

In this session the future of utilities’ price regulation will be discussed amongst several eminent representatives of National Regulatory Authorities, such as Guido Bortoni (President of AEEGSI), Alena Vitásková (Chairwoman of the Czech Energy Regulatory Office), Tomislav Jurekovic (President of the Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency) and Maciej Bando (President of the Polish Energy Regulatory Office).

Miguel Arias Cañete (EC’s Commissioner for Climate Action & Energy) has been invited to open the event and present on the status of Energy Union’s establishment and its key challenges ahead.

A press conference will also take place during the event. In this occasion, Jean-Michel has been invited to contribute and give his views to the Czech Television.


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