Evolution of Electricity Markets in Europe – Training
‘Evolution of electricity markets in Europe’ is an 8-week online course organised by the Florence School of Regulation in collaboration with the European Commission, ACER, and ENTSO-E. Each week had reading activities, quizzes, forum discussions, and a live class to wrap up the week. Participants interact with each other, with the course instructors, and with expert panellists.
The first generation of EU electricity network codes remain an important cornerstone of this training as it has been shaping the European electricity markets as we know them today. Was also covered the debate around the second generation of network codes following the adoption of the Clean Energy Package (CEP). We discussed how the CEP enhances the role of DSOs and the link between electricity markets and consumers, whether individually as prosumers, or via intermediaries such as aggregators, energy communities, or others.