FSR meets Regulatory Institutions in India

The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) will be in India on a week-long delegation to meet with our global collaborators such as the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), Tata Power DDL, Global Smart Grid Federation, Indian Energy Exchange, Tata Power and the Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission (GERC).

During the trip, the FSR is proud to announce that it will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Kanpur – Center for Energy Regulation (IITK – CER). At the inaugural function, Jean-Michel Glachant (Director, FSR) will be part of a panel on the ‘International Perspective and way forward for India’ joined by Shri P.K. Pujari (Chairperson, CERC), Shri Pankaj Batra (Chairperson, CEA), Shri Raj Pratap Singh (Chairman, UPERC), and Shri. S. N. Goel (CEO & MD, IEX). 

Following the inaugural function, Jean-Michel Glachant, Swetha RaviKumar Bhagwat (Head of Global Relation, FSR) and Pradyumna Bhagwat (Research Fellow, FSR) will attend a special symposium on the ‘Future of Utilities’ and present on the ‘Present and Future of EU Electricity Regulation, Innovation in Network Industries – The challenges for Regulation and Integrated Pathways to Address Firm and Reliable Energy Access for All.’


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