The European Commission calls for a climate neutral Europe and a clean planet for all by 2050.
The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) commits to this goal by hosting its first Global Forum, taking place on March 25-28 at the European University Institute in Florence.
We start where other forums end…
The FSR Global Forum is a 4-day event fostering practice-oriented solutions on key aspects of the world energy transition, gathering 100 executive representatives from government agencies, regulatory bodies, energy companies, development organizations and academics specifically from Europe, Asia, Africa, Northern and Latin America.
Jean-Michel Glachant, Director of Florence School of Regulation, highlighted, “The world is getting smaller: energy and climate make all our countries become real neighbours. From Peru to India, from Madagascar to Iceland, smart neighbours meet and speak with each other… and our Global Forum welcomes them all”.
The main thematic lines of the FSR Global Forum include:
- power markets and networks
- electric vehicles
- universal access to energy
- electricity storage
Enel Foundation is the Global Forum ‘Knowledge Partner’
We are pleased to announce the collaboration with Enel Foundation which aims at providing support to the program definition, leading panel discussions and presenting a brand new research report jointly developed with PoliTo and MIT.
Carlo Papa, Director of Enel Foundation, commented, “we are proud to associate with FSR for the Global Forum, as the event provides a unique platform to facilitate transnational knowledge exchange and consolidate Enel Foundation’s efforts to disseminate its knowledge on the clean energy transition”.
As knowledge partner, Enel Foundation is an active contributor to the program design and will coordinate a roundtable on DSOs with two sessions focusing on the new role of DSOs in developed economies and on the sustainability of the distribution business in newly electrified areas in emerging economies. In addition, Enel Foundation will present publicly its newest research dubbed “Electrify Italy”, from a joint research project with Politecnico di Torino and MIT.
Would you like to know more about the FSR Global Forum?
Swetha RaviKumar Bhagwat (Scientific Organiser) Swetha.Bhagwat@EUI.eu
Ilaria Bellacci (Donors and Partners) Ilaria.Bellacci@eui.eu
Chiara Canestrini (Media) Chiara.Canestrini@eui.eu
Have you missed the online events leading up to the Global Forum? Watch the recordings:
- Online debate: Providing Energy Access in 2019 and the Road Ahead
- Online debate: Sustainable Consumption in the World Energy Transition