Tim Schittekatte

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Tim is a Postdoctoral Associate at the MIT Energy Initiative where the conducts research about power market design and regulation. He is one of the instructors of the MIT course “Engineering, Economics and Regulation of the Electric Power Sector”. He is also a part-time assistant professor at the Florence School of Regulation (FSR), where before he was a research fellow for 5 years. Before joining FSR in May 2016, he was a visiting researcher at the Grid Integration Group of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and a junior economist at Microeconomix in Paris. He graduated as an engineer from Ghent University, Belgium and completed the EMIN program, an international master in economics. He holds a PhD in energy economics from University Paris-Sud XI.

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Meeting Africa's Energy and Climate Goals
Meeting Africa's Energy and Climate Goals

Faced with rapid urbanisation, growing population and increased electricity demand, African countries must radically transform their energy systems to address…

22nd Florence Rail Forum: Electricity and Infrastructure Managers - Is there a Need for Regulation?
22nd Florence Rail Forum: Electricity and Infrastructure Managers - Is there a Need for Regulation?

Electricity is used for railway traction. With the 4th Railway Package, traction current became excluded from the Minimum Access Package…

Women in the energy transition: grievances and solutions
Women in the energy transition: grievances and solutions

On 5 December, the FSR will hold a launch event for the new Lights on Women platform. The event will…

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