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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Time

04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Hall

ICM M√ľnchen,

Room

Room 13 B

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Democratizing Wholesale Markets: Energy Trading in a Decentralizing World

04:00 pm
04:05 pm

Welcome and Introduction

  • Jon Slowe
    Director, Delta Energy & Environment Ltd., United Kingdom

04:05 pm
04:25 pm

Smart Markets to Value and Develop Flexibility Resources in Europe

04:25 pm
04:45 pm

The Man in the Middle - Running a VPP for Decentralized Generators & Consumers

04:45 pm
05:05 pm

Tools for Empowering Market Players

  • Cami Dodge-Lamm
    Head of European Public Affairs and Regulation, cyberGRID GmbH & Co. KG, Austria

05:05 pm
05:25 pm

Designing the Renewable Energy Future

05:25 pm
05:30 pm

Q&A

Speakers

 Jon Slowe
Jon Slowe
Director, Delta Energy & Environment Ltd., United Kingdom
 Philippe Vassilopoulos
Philippe Vassilopoulos
Director Of Product Development, EPEX SPOT SE, France
 Felix Jedamzik
Felix Jedamzik
Key Account Manager, Next Kraftwerke GmbH, Germany
 Cami Dodge-Lamm
Cami Dodge-Lamm
Head of European Public Affairs and Regulation, cyberGRID GmbH & Co. KG, Austria
 Andreas Rautner
Andreas Rautner
Energy Policy Analyst, EVN AG, Austria

Summary

As systems shift to include growing proportions of renewable energies - which, by their very nature, fluctuate far more than fossil fuels - market volatility is also on the rise. In response to increased variability and expected energy shortages, market-based solutions - such as intraday cap futures from the EEX -allow market traders to hedge price peaks in advance. Meanwhile, virtual power plants enable commercial customers to maximize value in short-term markets. This session will analyze emerging market innovations and the interface between power generation and energy markets.