With the recently adopted Clean Energy For All package, the European Union is taking the lead in the global transformation of energy markets. Climate change resilience, digitisation, energy communities, ambitious targets for renewable energy, decarbonisation and energy efficiency, new roles for consumers: the energy world is not as it used to be five years ago. 
This course aims to update energy professionals, regulators, consumer representatives, academics, researchers and students on the measures that will have an impact on their daily lives and the ongoing market upheavals.
By the end of the course, participants will have a full understanding of the complex challenges behind the energy transition and the Clean Energy for All package. They will receive skills immediately transferable to their workplace.

The course will help you find answers to those burning questions:
• What are the critical energy market developments included in the Clean Energy package?
•How are the measures adopted at European and international level impacting companies (Energy Union, Paris Agreement)?
• How are efficient electricity markets designed to achieve multiple policy objectives?
• How to make energy networks smarter by increasing their capacity to integrate renewable and decentralised energies?
• What are the impacts of citizens and local energy communities on electricity markets in the short-term and the long-term?
• How the European Union plans to engage better and protect consumers?
• What is the European vision to build a just energy transition?

FACULTY: The faculty includes practitioners, experts and administrators interested in the energy sector. 

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Registration is open to all professionals from the energy sector. 
No specific academic background is required. 


- 25 November 2019

14:30 - 16:15

The Clean Energy for All package

• Understanding the Clean Energy for All package
• The Energy Union strategy

16:30 - 18:30

Financing the energy transition

• Public and private measures to finance energy efficiency investments
• The role of ESCOs


- 26 November 2019

09:00 - 10:45

From shaking to shaping: how the Energy Union was built 

• Decision-making process in the EU energy sector
• The European ecosystem
• Building consensus

11:00 - 13:00

Smart grids

• Smart energy networks
• The changing role of DSOs
• Smart meters

14:00 - 18:00New ways of consuming energy: prosumers and cooperatives• Demand-response systems and aggregators
• Citizens and local energy communities


27 November 2019

09:00 - 13:00

The role of companies

• Corporate social responsibility and sustainable development goals
• How companies are adapting their business models

14:00 - 18:00

Social aspects of the energy transition

•Jobs and skills
•Consumer rights
•Mitigating energy poverty


The aim of the course is:
• To understand the purposes of the Energy Union and the Clean Energy for All package
• To discuss the impact of the energy transition and decarbonisation on public and private stakeholders 
• To explain the changes underway on the grid and the new roles of distribution system operators
• To discuss the potential of renewable energy sources and alternative ways to produce energy on the markets
• To describe international, EU, national energy and environmental policies and their impact on the power industry and energy companies
• To understand the impact of the energy and climate transition on the daily life of European citizens 


Marine CornelisMarine CORNELIS, Next Energy Consumer

Marine Cornelis is the executive director and founder of NextEnergyConsumer, a policy consultancy focused on the social aspects of the energy and climate transitions at European and international levels. 

Marine provides support and policy analysis services and advises organisations to set up strategies to put the citizens back in the centre of the energy markets, empower consumers and in particular, the most in need. Marine is a policy consultant for the ESRC Just Energy research project on access to justice for vulnerable and energy poor consumers in the European energy markets. Marine is the former Secretary-General of NEON, the European network of energy dispute resolution services and ombudsmen.

Marine has a background in Political sciences and economics. She is fluent in French, Italian and English, and has good knowledge of Spanish and basis in Dutch and Bulgarian.

Visit Marine’s website www.nextenergyconsumer.eu for more information about her work and projects. 

Marine Cornelis - Course coordinator, marine.cornelis@nextenergyconsumer.eu 
Monica Postiglione, monica.postiglione@turinschool.eu

REGISTRATION, FEES AND LOGISTICS:  eep@turinschool.eu, tel. +39 346.891.0600