CSEI invites feedback on draft methodology for Ten-Year Network Development Planning

CSEI invites feedback on draft methodology for Ten-Year Network Development Planning

In the Project “A Methodology for Implementing Smart and Efficient Energy System Integration” (STEERS) CSEI assesses the methodology of the ten-year network development planning (TYNDP) against the state of knowledge on sector integration and system modelling. The TYNDP process is evolving continuously in order to support the European decarbonisation targets and to align with the…

CSEI at the PCI Days in Brussels

CSEI at the PCI Days in Brussels

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…

The War in Ukraine: Is energy poverty the new pandemic?

Amid the gradual transition to endemic COVID-19, Europe may now be facing the beginning of a new pandemic: energy poverty. The war in Ukraine has influenced energy prices already on the rise to yield the perfect storm. Professor Tooraj Jamasb and Dr. Manuel Llorca from CSEI provide their insights on energy poverty. Read this analysis below.

Towards an integrated energy infrastructure planning in the European Union

Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) kicked-off a socio-economic research project in cooperation with the European Commission to foster system integration and efficiency in EU-level energy network planning With the European Commission’s outline of a plan to make Europe independent from Russian fossil fuels well before 2030, starting with gas, in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, future…

Book-Launch: Energy Regulation in the Green Transition: An Anthology

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.

CSEI participates in the EU Commission’s Energy Infrastructure Forum 2020

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