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Greening of infrastructures as a path towards sustainability

Florence School of Regulation put the spotlight on the greening of infrastructures at its first-ever Sustainability Conference

17 November 2022 | Video - Event

This year, the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) hosted its first-ever Sustainability Conference on 22-23 June 2022, which focused on the theme of “Greening Infrastructures”.

Against the backdrop of the European Green Deal and the Fit for 55’ Package recently published as well as the war in Ukraine underscoring the importance of accelerating Europe’s transition away from fossil fuels, basic infrastructures will have to become more sustainable over the course of their entire lifecycles, i.e., from design to building, maintenance, operations and eventual decommissioning. 

The FSR Sustainability Conference provided a timely platform for discussion on topical regulatory, financing and taxation questions pertinent to the greening of infrastructures across the energy and transport sectors.

Read more about the conference and the papers presented.


Greening Infrastructures | Interviews to Matthias Finger & Alberto Pototschnig

Last update: 17 November 2022

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