Securing energy markets that are fit for renewables

Policy & markets

When: Thursday, 27 September 2018, 10:45 - 12:00
Where: Room: Hamburg

Session description

After the agreement in June on a 32% renewable energy target for 2030, the European Parliament and national governments are accelerating negotiations on the new Electricity Market Design Rules. This session will bring together senior representatives of the Transmission System Operators, power generators, regulators and civil society actively involved in this debate. We’ll be looking at Europe’s approach to security of supply and the role of capacity mechanisms, and at how Europe can move beyond national system operation and ensure electricity markets are fit for renewables.

Learning objectives

Session chair

Pierre Tardieu

Chief Policy Officer, WindEurope

Panel Discussion

Andrew Ebrill

Secretary General, CEER

Kristian Ruby

Secretary General, Eurelectric

Matthias Buck

Director of European Energy Policy, Agora Energiewende

Michael Mieszczanski

Policy Team Lead, ENTSO-E

Claudia Grotz

Senior Director Public Affairs, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

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