Improving network and digital industries regulation
CERRE will be at the European Commission event on the long-term EU strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and building a modern, clean economy.
CERRE co-organises a EUSEW event to discuss challenges and opportunities brought by the digital and clean energy transition.
CERRE will present the results of its brand new study on the impact of electrification on the energy system.
Do mergers benefit or endanger innovation and how should competition authorities factor it in their deliberations?
What does the electrification of heating & transport mean for Europe’s gas sector?
What spectrum policy will (and should) Europe have by 2035?
With the participation of Pascal Lamy.
A new CERRE report highlights the best approaches to track access charges
This Digital Seminar will consider two topics at the centre of policy debates on Europe’s Digital Agenda: the regulation of the use of data and the principle of neutrality in the digital value chain.
This event presents and discusses a new CERRE report, examining how demand-side policies can help accelerate the transition to ultrafast broadband
Amidst much debate, net neutrality regulation entered into effect in the EU in April 2016, applying to Internet Access...