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Energy Markets

Technological developments are drastically changing the energy markets and new markets that focus on flex, DSR and efficiency are appearing.

What does the Programme entail?

Just as EMART Energy, the new Energy Markets Programme concentrates on 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.

New Programme Format

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. 

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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 EU commission. 

Speaker names include:

  • Christian Buchel, Deputy CEO, ENEDIS
  • Ewald Hesse, CEO, GridSingularity
  • Harald von Heyden, Director Central and Western Europe, Agder Energi    
  • Janez Kopač, Director, Energy Community   
  • Omar Rahim, CEO, EnergiMine
  • Tom Rowlands-Rees, Senior Analyst, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  • Wolfgang Krüger, Managing Director, Neas Energy Gmbh    
  • Wolfgang Urbantschitsch, Executive Director, E-Control

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.

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Make sure you guarantee your spot at the exclusive Summit or at the free-to-attend Hub Sessions.

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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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The Energy Markets topic will be covered before the event in the form of blog posts, expert articles and interviews. Read on:
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  • The ACON (Again Connected Networks) Smart Grids project refers to the effort that will deepen and facilitate the cross-border cooperation between the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic at the Dist
  • The paramount challenges of the Central European power sector and the energy-intensive industry

    10 Apr 2018 Rogier Kuttschreuter, Utility & Partner Liaison, EUW
    Maciej Jakubik, Executive Director at Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP), shares with us how their members position themselves in the energy transition and what their key challenges are.
  • Volatility in the Central and South Eastern European energy markets

    10 Apr 2018 Patrick Bauduin, Content Director, EUW
    Market restrictions, political volatility, limited availability of transmission capacity and uncertainty about nuclear and thermal availability are only some of the factors affecting these markets.
  • The energy sector does not have to re-invent the wheel to understand people

    14 Mar 2018 Florence Coullet, Content Director, EUW
    Four energy experts talk us through the discussions of the Summit Retail Session at EUW17 on Building the Customer Partnership and the Retail sector.
  • Energy trading: Blockchain is here to stay? (Part 2)

    16 Jan 2018 Patrick Bauduin, Content Director, EUW
    For this second blog on the use of blockchain for the energy trading industry, I asked four Blockchain experts how they see trading over blockchain develop in the coming years.
  • Energy trading: Blockchain is here to stay? (Part 1)

    08 Jan 2018 Patrick Bauduin, Content Director, EUW
    I am on a quest to figure out what the future will look like for the energy trading industry. For my second blog on this subject, I asked four Blockchain experts about the future of Blockchain.
  • The theoretical potential to disrupt the energy trading industry

    14 Nov 2017 Patrick Bauduin, Content Director, EUW
    Technological developments are drastically changing the energy trading industry. But how will technology change trading as we know it? And what does the trader of the future look like?

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