2017 Registration Open!

FSR SUMMER SCHOOL on EU Energy Law and Policy: Public Intervention in the European Energy Sector

Summer School on EU Energy Law and Policy: public Intervention in the European Energy Sector: Florence May 26- 31 

During the five day residential training, participants will gain a sound knowledge of the recent developments in EU energy law and policy, and a deeper understanding of the market and economic principles which underpin legal provisions.

The course will analyse the ambitions of the European Energy Union and how these will be realised in practice, exploring the legal framework behind the objectives alongside in-depth studies on the future role of energy consumers and the impending challenges for gas and electricity market players.

The course will examine:

  • The legal and policy framework of the European Energy Union
  • How to apply the rules in practice
  • The role of Consumers and Retail Pricing
  • The Future of the EU gas market
  • The future of the EU electricity market

Throughout the programme, participants will study relevant case studies, and consider how these issues can be applied in practice.

Enrol by: 18 May 2016

Director: Professor Leigh Hancher  (Tilburg University; FSR)

Type: Residential; Florence, Italy 

Eligibility: Designed for those who want to develop expertise in EU energy law and policy, including legal practitioners, members of national regulatory authorities, academics and PhD students.

Fees: 

General fee: €4,500; For donors, National Regulatory Authorities and academics: €3,500; For PhD students; €1,000.

Access the full programme: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0TGd4_CLZXNUndWaFhCRjNtVHc/view?pref=2&pli=1

To register: http://www.rscas.org/registration_form/?p=2409

For further information, please see here: http://fsr.eui.eu/training/energy/summer-school-eu-energy-law-policy/

Russia Ukraine Energy Disputes

Vitaliy Radchenko of CMS Cameron McKenna presented on the legal battles between Russia and Ukraine at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016.

Energy Dispute Resolution: Is Arbitration Outdated?

Karl Pörnbacher of Hogan Lovells on energy dispute resolution at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016.

Current arbitration cases under the Energy Charter Treaty

Dörte Fouquet of Becker Büttner Held presented the current arbitration cases under the Energy Charter Treaty at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016.

Energy Efficiency: How efficient is the current regulatory framework?

Kristóf Ferenczi from Kinstellar presents on energy efficiency at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law.

Renewable Energy Policy: What comes after Feed-in Tariffs?

Mario Ragwitz presented on the renewable energy policy and what may be expected after feed-in tariffs at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016

How to design LNG contracts

Andrius Simkus from the Energy Community Secretariat presented on the optimal design of LNG contracts at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016.

Pipelines: Between economics, law and diplomacy

Reinhard Mitschek from OMV presented on gas pipelines and how the issue interacts with economics, law, and diplomacy.

Towards a Pan-European Security of Supply Regime

Oliver Koch of DG Energy presented on a future security of supply regime at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law 2016