ISGAN Regulatory Sandbox International Knowledge Exchange Workshop 3
International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN)
The Sandbox 2.0 workshop series is organized by representatives from four ISGAN annexes:
- ISGAN Annex 2 (Case Studies)
- ISGAN Annex 4 (Policy Insights)
- ISGAN Annex 7 (Transitions)
- ISGAN Annex 8 (ISGAN Academy)
The aim of ISGAN Regulatory Sandboxes 2.0 is to facilitate learning about what works and what can be improved in the design, implementation, and reflection of regulatory sandboxes.
Learning can take place at multiple levels of policy making (legislative processes, regulatory innovation, research and innovation processes). It also needs to take place at different stages in the implementation, ranging from the advisory and clarification phase, during the experiment phase, and finally ex-post reflections on what worked and what did not work.
International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN) is a Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP) for a Co-operative Programme on Smart Grids within the International Energy Agency (IEA). It is also an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). ISGAN was formally established at the 2nd CEM meeting in Abu Dhabi, in 2011.
The knowledge exchange on Sandboxes 2.0 is designed to facilitate dialogue amongst national policy makers in ministries and agencies in charge of climate & energy policy, innovation policy; regulatory bodies; R&D funding agencies; law makers; researchers and innovators.
Furthermore, stakeholders from the international level such as Clean Energy Ministerial, Mission Innovation, International associations of energy regulators, IEA and European Commission are invited to participate.
The 3rd workshop of the Sandbox 2.0 workshop series will take place on April 15, 13:00 - 16:00 CET
The workshop is part of a series of interlinked workshops, the contents of which are based on the discussions and activities of the previous workshops.
Participants should take part in all workshops to maximize international dialogue and learning, participation in workshop 3 may not be possible and feasible in some cases. Please contact Anna Wang, Austrian Institute of Technology for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org