Welcome to the FSR Online Courses
Florence School of Regulation offers a wide range of training for regulators, utilities, academics and policy makers working with energy regulation
2 October 2017 – 12 February 2018
Learn about the unique characteristics of electricity and the regulatory issues these lead to, as well as the upcoming challenges that regulators and power utilities will have to address to de-carbonise the industry while ensuring security of supply and universal access to electricity.
10 October - 30 November 2017
A 7-week online course with readings, videos and interactive online activities. Each week will have a comprehensive class with live interaction between the participants and the FSR Instructors.
8 November 2017 - 7 March 2018
A 12-week online course on the Fundamentals of Gas Markets Regulation. Topics: Economics of the Gas Market, Regulation Fundamentals and Gas Market design: the Policy Debate.
2 October 2017 – 15 June 2018
The FSR Annual Training on Regulation of Energy Utilities is a comprehensive nine-month training on fundamental energy regulatory principles for professional practice, blending two residential workshops in Florence with an online programme focused on case studies and debate.
2 May - 6 June 2017
This specialised training offers insights into some of the latest regulatory trends and practices for investment in energy infrastructure across jurisdictions. Knowledge sharing and networking play a key role in the design of this course.
3 April – 12 May 2017
FSR’s new training on the Regulation and Integration of Renewable Energy will provide a comprehensive and detailed view of the European regulatory framework for the integration and development of renewable energy from top European experts.
Connect with international energy specialists
Join the conversation and share your knowledge with alumni ranging from junior researchers to senior policymakers
'I really loved the online course “Regulation of the power sector”.
The power sector is going through a transformation today. Europe’s Energy Union, liberalisation of the power sector, the growing part of renewable energy in the energy mix provides for new opportunities in providing more sustainable energy supply. At the same time the role of 'smart' regulation is getting even more important. This course helps to go to the depths of power sector regulation. It is serious, interactive and require a lot of independent research in a chosen power system. I especially enjoyed the live classes at the end of each chapter.
I can recommend this course for all interested in power system management.'
Andris Piebalgs - former EU Energy Commissioner and Senior Fellow at the FSR