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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