AS THE MARKET TRANSITIONS, SO HAS OUR EVENT
Previously known as EMART Energy, the new Energy Markets event focusses on the greater networking opportunities and greater content sharing. Energy Markets looks to combine high-level strategic content with free-to-attend Hub Sessions, exploring future power and gas markets, the future of energy trading, energy price drivers and the future market design.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The programme is specifically designed for Gas & Power traders, heads of trading, settlement specialists, IT managers, market analysts, originators, aggregators, energy managers at energy-intensive companies, TSOs and DSOs.
The Energy Markets Programme will consist of an Energy Markets track in the EUW’s strategic Summit and on the Energy Markets zone on the exhibition floor with dedicated sessions on 2 Hub theatres, and a networking area.
The strategic Summit is a knowledge-sharing and strategic platform with a focused business atmosphere designed to facilitate high-level knowledge sharing, networking and new business opportunities. The Energy Markets programme during the strategic Summit will showcase the latest updates on new market developments, how technology is changing trading, the underlying fundamentals of wholesale energy price formation, the future energy market design and the role of energy-intensive users in this.
By joining this Programme, you will:
- have the insight into the latest updates on new market developments
- see first-hand how technology is changing the trading game
- be able to explore the underlying fundamentals of wholesale energy price formation
- and learn about the future energy market design and the role of energy-intensive users in this.
Especially for Utility heads of retail, we will also focus on discussing how to create new revenue streams and long-term value.
Do business with and network amongst representatives from the following trading companies:
- CEZ trade
- Neas Energy Gmbh
- PetroChina International
- RWE Trading
- Vattenfall Energy Trading
- Verbund Trading
and many, many more!
As well as trading representatives from the following companies:
- 50Hertz Transmission
- Agder Energi
- Bloomberg New Energy Finance
- Carbon Tracker Initiative
- DG Energy, European Commission
- Energy Aspects
- Energy Community
- Energy Web Foundation
- EPEX SPOT
- GEP Investments
- Innogy Innovation Hub
- Nord Pool
- Thomson Reuters
- USEF Foundation
ENERGY TRADERS' DAY - 7 NOVEMBER
A day organised by and for the European energy trading community: this year's event is designed to enable you to meet your peers, form partnerships and find collective answers to your business needs.
With a new format in place, much of the content focusing on the opportunities of energy trading in a new decarbonised, decentralised and digital energy system will be available in the free Hub Session Programme on the dedicated Energy Markets Hub.
Get your updates on the latest energy trading technologies and solutions in the free-to-attend Hub Sessions including:
- Energy Price Drivers, free-to-attend Hub Sessions. Speakers include: Martijn van Gemert (Vattenfall Energy Trading), Gregor Pett (Uniper), Andrea Selvaggi (Unicredit)
- Monetising Flexibility, free-to-attend Hub Sessions. Speakers include: Todd Williams (Navigant), Pietro Rabassi (Nord pool), Georg Meyer-Braune (WindNODE), Remco Frenken (Priogen) and Jeroen Bode (USEF)
- Check out the full Energy Markets Hub Session Programme.
ENERGY TRADERS' PARTY
Back by popular demand and exclusive to Energy Traders! Round off your Energy Traders' Day by joining your peers. Mingle with key decision-makers, unwind and boogy at the new Energy Traders Party!
Open only to Energy Traders, you can buy a ticket to this party for only 200 euros*
- WHEN: Wednesday 7 November, from 19h00
- WHERE: an exclusive club in the City Centre of Vienna! (to be announced soon)
*Ticket price includes access to the venue, drinks, food, music & fun! (only open to Energy Traders)
ENERGY MARKETS HUB
The Energy Markets Hub is the perfect location on the exhibition floor in Vienna to showcase your technologies helping to change the traditional realm of Trading and to position your company as an essential partner in the Energy Trading sector!
Display your products and services to attendees from the following entities:
- Trading Companies
- Large Energy Consumers
- Energy Exchanges
- Government Body/ Regulator
- Banks/ Clearing
- Consultants/ Legal
- Market Insight
Who is speaking at Energy Markets?
Staying true to the new programme format we have a mix of speakers from the trading businesses, energy-intensive companies, TSOs and DSOs, regulators, energy exchanges and the European Commission.
Here’s a quick selection of some of our speakers represented in the Energy Markets Programme:
FULL SPEAKERS' LIST
Adapting to new market dynamics
EMART Energy is adapting to new market dynamics and will be integrated completely into Europe’s leading smart energy event, European Utility Week, in the form of the dedicated Energy Markets programme.
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Read this interview to EUW18 speaker Hervé Touati, chief executive of Energy Web Foundation published by PEI.
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