EU Clean Energy Package: Online Course






This 5-week online course is composed of readings and videos, as well as interactive and communicative online activities. Each week will have a comprehensive class with live interaction between the participants and the FSR instructors.

After three 1-week modules and a buffer week to finish the activities, the training course will culminate in two live panels consisting of high level invited experts on the issues and topics raised by the participants during the training.


The EU Clean Energy Package sets the EU energy efficiency and renewable energy ambitions for the 2030 horizon. The package also updates the rules that govern the functioning of the internal electricity market and the transmission and distribution grids. The package was announced as a new deal for consumers, and it does include the right to self-consume what you produce, to have a smart meter, and the cooperate with other consumers in a local energy community, and many more topics that concern all Europeans.

The package was proposed by the European Commission in November 2016, and is expected to be finalized and adopted in 2018. The next challenge will be to implement the new regulatory framework and to master the implied changes for the different stakeholders. With this online training, we provide a platform for experts to exchange views, and for non-experts to get up to speed with the thousands of pages with new rules. Florence School of Regulation, in collaboration with InnoEnergy and Vlerick Business School, is developing an executive education portfolio to help individuals and organizations master this energy transition supported by the EU Clean Energy Package.

The first pilot organized by Florence School of Regulation will focus on two of the legal texts included in the package, i.e. the Electricity Directive and the Electricity Regulation; covering some of the main issues in these two legal texts, such as capacity mechanisms, bidding zones, harmonization of network tariffs, DSO role in EV charging and storage, DSO congestion management, TSO-DSO coordination and cooperation, EU DSO entity, self-consumption, smart meter, dynamic pricing, independent aggregator, local energy communities.

After the first pilot that will be launched in January 2018, the regulatory training will be further developed by Florence School of Regulation to include more legal texts and more challenges and opportunities introduced by the EU Clean Energy Package. The regulatory training will also be complemented by a management training developed by Vlerick Business School. Both executive education tracks will be developed in partnership with InnoEnergy. To co-create this training portfolio, we are organizing workshops with key industry and stakeholder associations in Q4 2017.

The deadline for registrations is 9 January 2018. If registered by 18 December, you can have a 10% discount in the participation fee.

For more information on the course structure, registration and fees, go HERE or contact Chiara Canestrini at