The conference brings together experts and decision-makers responsible for electricity trading and market modelling. The forum will discuss optimizing accuracy in short-term, mid to long-term price forecasting scenarios and further development of the market arrangements in Europe.
Most prominent European energy industry leaders will gather at 11th Electricity Price Forecasting & Advanced Modelling to discuss the main trends, exchange their opinions and build business relationships through well-organized networking. We welcome experts in Advanced Modelling, Power Trading and Market Risk Analysis with the aim to tackle and brainstorm on challenges they face and learn the best practices from peers.
- Long-term and current developments in European power markets
- What drove the latest coal price rally?
- Electricity demand forecasting techniques & developments
- PPAs price in the volatile power market
- The ongoing electricity price surge in Europe
- Advanced forecasting developments in the energy market
TENNET is a Dutch transmission system operator operating in Netherlands and Germany. Tennet is responsible for overseeing the 380 and 220-kV high-voltage grid operation. They own around 23,900 kilometres of high-voltage lines and cables, transporting electricity to 42 million homes and businesses.
EDISON is an Italian company whose primary activities are the production and distribution of electricity and natural gas. They own 229 power plants with 6.4445MW installed power and 20,6TWh electricity produced.
ALPIQ is a Swiss energy service provider and electricity producer. The company also operates in many countries across Europe. Alpiq owns 1,000 kilometres energy distribution network, around 6,322 MW in hydroelectric, thermal, wind and solar power stations.
E-BRIDGE CONSULTING is a business consulting firm specializing in the electricity and gas sectors. The company supports numerous energy providers in implementing and realizing their strategic objectives. E-bridge competencies span a wide spectrum: from providing technical and policy assistance in aspects concerning the regulatory framework; to developing and implementing modern operational and planning strategies; and to the successful selection and introduction of supporting IT systems.
NATIONALGRID is an electric power transmission network from Great Britain. The company also operates in the US (New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont). The total generating capacity of Nationalgrid is supplied roughly equally by renewable, gas-fired, nuclear, and coal-fired power stations. Annual energy transmitted in the UK grid is around 300–360 TWh
ENERGINET is a transmission system operator for electricity and natural gas from Denmark. The company operates a 6930 km high voltage grid, 926 km of gas pipelines, 7 interconnectors, 8465 km of gas distribution network and 2 gas storage facilities. The mission of Energinet is to convert the energy system with the aim of ensuring that citizens and businesses use renewable energy in everyday life, with a high level of security of supply and at an affordable price.
EDF is a French multinational electric utility company, one of the largest producers of electricity in the world, that operates a diverse portfolio of at least 120 gigawatts of generation capacity in Europe, South America, North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Its 56 active nuclear reactors in France are spread out over 18 nuclear power plants. They comprise 32 reactors of 900 MWe, 20 reactors of 1300 MWe, and 4 reactors of 1450 MWe, all of them Pressurized water reactors.
LATVENERGO is a state-owned electric utility company that provides energy supply services in the Baltic States. Its activities cover generation, transmission and distribution of electricity; gas pipeline system maintenance; as well as retail gas supply. Latvenergo Group comprises Latvenergo AS, a parent company with decisive influence, and five subsidiaries: LETA Baltic Grid Operator (LETA), Luftransgas Latvia (LUG) which is responsible for the distribution of natural gas in Latvia, LUKA Latvia which manages the Latvian railway network, Latvian Railways (LR) main owner and operator of trains, and Latviance BAXKom responsible for building information systems at railway stations.
ČEZ is a conglomerate of energy companies, mainly of them from the Czech Republic. The company provides generation, distribution, trade-in, and sales of electricity and heat, trade-in and sales of natural gas, and coal extraction. CEZ has more than 3.5 million customers across Europe and about 28,000 employees.
NATURGY ENERGY GROUP S.A., a Spanish company, provides natural gas and electricity in Spain, Italy, and Latin America under long term energy contracts. Thanks to its organic growth resulting from mergers with other companies, the company has diversified and expanded its business over the last two decades. Naturgy Energy Group’s challenges now include accelerating renewable energy programs, innovating in on-shore renewable gas projects, offering sustainable mobility solutions to address environmental challenges and protecting biodiversity in their operations by implementing best practices.
LANDSVIRKJUN is the national power company of Iceland and is the country’s largest electricity generator. The company operates 18 power plants in Iceland, with a focus on five main areas of operation: hydropower, geothermal power, wind power, solar power, and coal-fired power. Landsvirkjun has a long history of experience in hydropower and has been a leading player in the development of this renewable energy source in Iceland. The company has also been at the forefront of Icelandic geothermal development and currently operates eight geothermal power plants in the country. In recent years, Landsvirkjun has been expanding its operations into other renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power. The company currently has two wind farms in operation, as well as a solar farm. Landsvirkjun is also involved in coal-fired power generation and operates a coal-fired power plant in Reykjavik. Landsvirkjun is committed to providing clean, renewable energy to meet Iceland’s growing demand for electricity. The company’s goal is to provide 100% of Iceland’s electricity needs from renewable sources by 2030.
E-CONTROL is the government regulator for electricity and natural gas markets in Austria. The company is responsible for ensuring that the Austrian electricity and natural gas markets function smoothly and efficiently and that consumers have access to reliable and affordable energy. E-Control oversees the operation of the Austrian electricity and natural gas markets, as well as the retail sale of electricity and natural gas. The company also develops and implements policies to promote competition in the energy market and protect consumers from unfair or abusive practices. In addition to its regulatory duties, E-Control also provides information and education to consumers about energy efficiency and conservation. The company also conducts research on energy issues and provides advice to the Austrian government on energy policy.
50HERTZ is a company that provides electricity supply in the North and East of Germany. They have a high-voltage network with a circuit length of over 10,000 kilometres and they provide this electricity to 18 million people. 50Hertz is also integrating renewable energies into its grid, ensuring that the energy revolution can happen safely. They are aiming to be able to safely integrate 100% renewable energies into their system by 2032, thanks to their green policies.