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EU Clean Energy Package
EU Clean Energy Package
Discover how the new legislation impacts your work
About this course
Looking to better understand the legal and commercial implications of the EU Clean Energy Package? Wondering about its impact on your job, organisation and the EU energy sector as a whole? Working to get your organisation fit for the new framework?
Join this course and get equipped with the knowledge and tools you need to navigate the new legislation, identify the benefits and challenges that come with it, and anticipate its effect on your future strategy.
Thought leaders in the energy sector will help you translate the legal jargon into actionable takeaways tailored to your needs.
Is this course for you?
If you’re a leader in a utility company, transmission system operator (TSO), National Regulatory Authority (NRA) or the energy department of a government, EU or research institution, this course will give you a solid grasp of the framework and will help you position your organisation at the forefront of the transition to clean energy.
How does the course boost your career?
At the end of this course you will:
- Have a thorough understanding of the content of the package in a historical, economic and legal context.
- Have explored key issues such as capacity mechanisms, bidding zones, and harmonisation of network tariffs.
- Be able to take part in the current discussion on the EU Clean Energy Package and intervene at European level.
- Understand the links to your work, and be able to anticipate future benefits and challenges for your organisation.
Teaching methods and materials
You will be provided with digestible reading materials and video content, and will be able to take part in interactive online activities. A weekly class will allow you to directly pose questions to the instructors and other participants.
After three one-week modules and a buffer week for completing project activities, the course will culminate with two live panels in which high-level guest experts will address the issues and topics you and your fellow participants will have raised during the course.
You will work both individually and in groups on real life cases and other practical assignments.
Depending on your career needs, you can choose to follow the course at three different levels:
- Novice to Investigator: 4-6 hours/week
- Novice to Advocate: 6-8 hours/week
- Novice to Master: 8-10 hours/week
Professor and Partner at Vlerick Business School in Brussels where he directs the Energy Centre, and where he teaches strategy beyond markets. He is also a professor of the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute where he directs the online courses on the EU Clean Energy Package and the EU Electricity Network Codes.
Professor of European Law at the University of Tilburg. She is a part-time Professor at the Florence School of Regulation within the European University Institute and the Director of the FSR Energy Union Law Area. Her research interests include energy market regulation, EU state aids and energy market governance.
Part-time Professor at the Florence School of Regulation (European University Institute), Adviser ‘Hors Classe’ and former Deputy Director General at DG Energy. He has a background in Law (University of Reading; Colledge of Europe) and he has been serving in the European Commission for more than thirty years.