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What is the Optimal Regulatory Regime to Connect Offshore Wind Infrastructure to Land?

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  • Wed 28 Oct 2020 14.00 - 15.30
  Add to Calendar 2020-10-28 14:00 2020-10-28 15:30 Europe/Paris What is the Optimal Regulatory Regime to Connect Offshore Wind Infrastructure to Land?

In this debate hosted by Alberto Pototschnig, we will try to identify barriers and opportunities for the development of an optimal regulatory regime to connect offshore wind infrastructure to land.

Programme

Introduction to the Debate | Leigh Hancher | Florence School of Regulation and Tilburg University

The offshore strategy | Joachim Balke | DG ENER (TBC)

Regulatory Principles | Pradyumna Bhagwat | Florence School of Regulation (TBC)

Panel discussion moderated by Alberto Pototschnig | Florence School of Regulation

Introductory remarks

Carsten Smidt | DUR (Danish NRA) 

Dirk Van Hertem |KU Leuven

Laurent Schmitt | ENTSO-E (TBC)

Ursula Prall | Becker Büttner Held, Hamburg

Polls for the audience and comments on the outcome

Concluding remarks

Leigh Hancher | Florence School of Regulation and Tilburg University

Alberto Pototschnig | Florence School of Regulation

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In this debate hosted by Alberto Pototschnig, we will try to identify barriers and opportunities for the development of an optimal regulatory regime to connect offshore wind infrastructure to land.

Programme

Introduction to the Debate | Leigh Hancher | Florence School of Regulation and Tilburg University

The offshore strategy | Joachim Balke | DG ENER (TBC)

Regulatory Principles | Pradyumna Bhagwat | Florence School of Regulation (TBC)

Panel discussion moderated by Alberto Pototschnig | Florence School of Regulation

Introductory remarks

Carsten Smidt | DUR (Danish NRA) 

Dirk Van Hertem |KU Leuven

Laurent Schmitt | ENTSO-E (TBC)

Ursula Prall | Becker Büttner Held, Hamburg

Polls for the audience and comments on the outcome

Concluding remarks

Leigh Hancher | Florence School of Regulation and Tilburg University

Alberto Pototschnig | Florence School of Regulation


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Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Online Debate

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