Implications of Brexit for UK and EU Energy and Climate Policy

On 6 September 2016 the FSR Director Jean-Michel Glachant and Leigh Hancher, FSR Law & energy policy Director, will participate to the Workshop organised by the Energy Policy Research Group of the University of Cambridge. They will contribute to the SESSION 1: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTEGRATED ELECTRICITY AND GAS MARKETS.

For more information visit the EPRG website

 

 


More on Climate

Integration of emissions trading systems: where are we at today? 
Integration of emissions trading systems: where are we at today? 

The conclusions reached at COP26 in Glasgow on the Article 6 rulebook should help achieving further mitigation using market mechanisms,…

FSR joins new EU initiative to monitor & support the development of energy communities 
FSR joins new EU initiative to monitor & support the development of energy communities 

On 20 April in Brussels, the European Commission launched the Energy Communities Repository, an initiative aimed at supporting and monitoring…

Towards a global carbon market: how full is the glass after the deal on Article 6 at COP26?
Towards a global carbon market: how full is the glass after the deal on Article 6 at COP26?

This FSR Debate, which took place on 9 December 2021, reviewed the outcomes of the UN Climate Conference (COP26) in…

Join our community

To meet, discuss and learn in the channel that suits you best.

scroll

top