conference energy regulation

(Italiano) I nuovi modelli tariffari individuali (Totex), i nuovi assetti peer to peer previsti dal quarto pacchetto, l’incremento di procedure collettive cicliche che impongono la raccolta e il processamento di sistemi di dati sempre più complessi, enfatizzano la necessità di assetti che supportino la regolazione dell’energia e dell’ambiente nell’utilizzo più efficiente delle scarse risorse a disposizione.

Utilities and circular economy

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. 26 marzo alle ore 10 (Aula  2151edificio  U6 II piano) Seminario Introduce e coordina –        Dott. Giacomo Di Foggia – CESISP Università di Milano-Bicocca Intervengono –        Prof. Paolo Peveraro –  Presidente di IREN S.p.A. –        Ing. Enrico

Effectiveness of Energy Efficiency Certificates as Drivers for Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects

The efficiency of policies in steering the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) projects has multiple implications including economic opportunity such as reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, security of supply, technological development opportunity for industry. One of the key new instruments foreseen to support EE improvements is the EE certificate (EEC). Focusing on the industrial business case, the purpose of this paper is two-fold. First the energy performance contact is analyzed and

Smart metering projects: an interpretive framework for successful implementation

The energy sector has significantly changed in recent years and has introduced new challenges, especially for policymakers and distribution system operators (DSOs). Among other challenges, there is the management of the smart metering (SM; abbreviation also used for smart meter) technologies and their rollout. Several SM implementation projects have been initiated throughout Europe because of the EU directive on energy efficiency 2012/27/EC and priors. No wonder that scholars and industry


New research project focused on the Competition Policy in the New Electricity Market: emerging issues from Clean Energy Package. Focal points are: New regulatory framework for renewbles; Determinants of new competition framework and appraisal of risk areas and non market conducts; Evaluation of market analysis tools: identification of ex ante ed ex post remedies.