Conference Programme

Conference Programme

Power track

Wed 04 Oct 09:30 to 10:00

Event stream:

Stream location:

Amtrium 1&2

Chairperson:

Gavin Ferguson
Back Office Manager

Speakers:

Federico Ferrario
Energy Economist - Project Directorate (Energy)

Presentation title

The investment climate in energy access, energy efficiency and new technologies

  • EIB Investment volumes /types
  • Investment selection; Eligibility and screening
  • Current challenges; Shift in type of investment away from traditional generation capacity to new technologies & business models coming to market
  • EIB products - Solutions being deployed, Long tenor corporate and PF loans, EFSI (incl. risk-sharing)
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Wed 04 Oct 10:00 to 10:30

Presentation title

Technical drivers for power prices

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Wed 04 Oct 10:30 to 11:00

Presentation title

The Fundamental View: Are we going into a period of upward prices?

·         Changes in supply and demand until 2030

·         Fundamental modelling results: Power prices in Europe

·         Drivers in commodity prices

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Wed 04 Oct 11:00 to 11:45

Coffee break

Wed 04 Oct 11:45 to 12:15

Event stream:

Stream location:

Amtrium 1&2

Speakers:

Nick Sides
Head of Interconnectors

Presentation title

Interconnecting power markets

·         Business model for interconnectors

·         Benefits of interconnectors as part of the overall energy mix

·         Current and future interconnectors into the UK

·         Challenges and opportunities arising from Brexit

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Wed 04 Oct 12:15 to 12:45

Event stream:

Stream location:

Amtrium 1&2

Speakers:

Pietro Rabassi
Director Central European Markets

Presentation title

The importance of integrated power markets for traders

  • Spot power trading in 1991 in the Nordics, today in parts of Europe and in 2020 across Europe
  • Why are integrated markets important?
  • Past and future developments of integrating spot power markets
  • What are the impacts of integrated power markets on…
  • price convergence?
  • how traders can benefit from real competition among power exchanges?
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