Over the last two days we were guests at our partner, the port of Rønne, to have our kickoff for the Nord_H2ub Project. Thank you very much Maja Bendtsen and her colleagues for hosting us while we discussed the challenges and role of ports in the energy transition.
The Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure recently participated in the “Nordic Hydrogen Valleys Conference” held on October 4 and 5, 2023, in Iceland. This conference, organized by Nordic Energy Research, was designed to investigate the implications of the energy transition on the development of hydrogen value chains and energy hubs in the Nordic region.
On September 8, 2023, we will hold the 2nd SustainED conference within ENERforsk under the title “Power to the Pipeline – Hydrogen Infrastructure & Regulation”.
On June 26th 14 energy researchers from 5 different departments at CBS gathered to discuss their research interests around the energy transition. The event was hosted and organized by CSEI to connect the different research efforts and perspectives and to foster collaboration. During 1.5 hours the researchers shared their research interests, engaged in focused discussions,…
CSEI has met with EU-Commissioner Kadri Simson on the evening before the 9th Energy Infrastructure Forum 2023 in Copenhagen to discuss current challenges within the energy sector with her and the CSEI partners.
The world is moving towards cleaner energy sources, and Europe is leading the way in this transition. However, the path to a decarbonized future is not without challenges. To address some of these challenges, the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) and the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies (OIES) recently organized a workshop titled “Electricity Market Reform in Europe” on March 31, 2023, at the Copenhagen Business School.
The third edition of the EU Commission’s PCI Energy Days was held on September 19th and 20th 2022 in Brussel. This forum allows participants and stakeholders to come together to share ideas and best practices. CSEI with its focus on economic research regarding future European infrastructure is well placed to assist in the challenges and…
CSEI has teamed up with Florence School of Regulation (FSR) once again and the Danish Utility Regulator (DUR) to host a virtual book launch event on March, 25th from 1-2.30 PM of a new anthology: “Energy Regulation in the Green Transition”. The anthology is a collection of contributions from leading academics with financial, legal and technical backgrounds, which have been collected in collaboration with an editorial team.
On October, 29th 2020 the EU Commission conducts the annual Copenhagen Energy Infrastructure Forum. CSEI will participate with input on the uptake of innovation in the energy sector and with recommendations on the TEN-E revision in cooperation with Florence School of Regulation (FSR). Read more at The Copenhagen Energy Infrastructure Forum
On the 23rd of June, from 10:00 to 11:30 CEST, CSEI in collaboration with the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) will hold an online roundtable on “Revision of the Ten-E Regulation: An Academic Perspective”.