The European Commission has proposed to reform the EU’s electricity market design to accelerate a surge in renewables and the phase-out of gas, make consumer bills less dependent on volatile fossil fuel prices, better protect consumers from future price spikes and potential market manipulation, and make the EU’s industry clean and more competitive on March 14, 2014. The proposed reform foresees revisions to several pieces of EU legislation – notably the Electricity Regulation, the Electricity Directive, and the REMIT Regulation and it is expected to affect energy markets deeply.
2nd Annual of REMIT & Regulatory Compliance 2023 Conference explores challenges brought by REMIT, new electricity market reform and other regulatory compliance and their consequences on wholesale energy markets.
Current and future issues in REMIT adoption and compliance, the best practices of REMIT compliance in the sense of compliance regime development, market abuse avoiding mechanisms, inside information management, and algorithmic trading solutions and risk management under the new rules and regulations will be the main topics of the said conference.
2nd Annual REMIT & Regulatory Compliance 2023 Conference will gather a group of senior experts and decision-makers from the European energy markets, specifically, from power generation, transmission, distribution, regulatory, governmental bodies, power supply, retail, and trading companies as well as NGO’s responsible for assuring compliance with REMIT and developing compliance regimes within legal, regulatory, trade and market surveillance departments to discuss ongoing challenges, trends and build business relationships through the productive networking and knowledge-sharing process.
• Electricity market reform
• Strategies for managing risk in the energy market,
• Anti-market manipulation regulations and requirements,
• Regulatory challenges and best practices for market participants,
• Emerging trends in energy market regulations and compliance,
• Latest developments in energy market regulation and compliance