European Cross-Border Power Trading & Balancing 2022

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The European power markets are undergoing unprecedented turmoil. The cost of power generated by natural-gas power plants, which drives European market prices, has reached new highs. This has also increased the complexities of cross-border trading. Navigating this new normal will be a major challenge for utilities, dealers, and large power users. This emphasizes the importance of developing strong power-asset portfolios, strengthening cross-border cooperation, risk management, and market balancing, as well as adopting cutting-edge technologies to meet operational demands.

The two-day conference will bring together a small group of experts who are responsible for and involved in various aspects of power trading, risk management, market integration, cross-border power trading, balancing, and technology adoption.

  • The future of Power Trading
  • Rising energy prices
  • PPAs role in energy transition
  • Cross Border Power Trading
  • Market coupling
  • How businesses are changing in the new age of Power Trading
  • Risk Management
  • Use of Data in Power Trading
  • Experience at the Power Trading Platforms

Our expert panel at REMIT Compliance for Cross-Border Power Trading & Balancing:

NORTHERN GAS AND POWER is the UK’s leading energy consultancy whose customers range from small micro-businesses to large, national corporations. The company’s aim is to help cut energy costs and carbon emissions from energy procurement to ongoing energy services support. Also, the company has the shared vision of driving transformational change in global energy behavior, helping companies decarbonize towards a greener, cleaner business landscape.

MASEN produces electricity from renewable sources with the objective of reaching 52% of the national energy mix. Masen also participates in the development of human skills, supports the deployment of a competitive local industry and promotes applied R&D. An inexhaustible force for development, Masen aims to position Morocco on the regional and global chessboard of the renewable energy sector.

BDEW is the leading association of the German energy and water industry. The company represents over 1,900 municipal and private companies. The company’s goal of a sustainable, economical and secure energy supply. In the field of water and wastewater management, the company focus on environmental and climate protection as well as the aspects of quality, security of supply and cost-effectiveness. The BDEW and its member companies make their contribution to climate protection and stand for an integrated and economically efficient transformation of the energy sector in Germany.

Centrica Energy Trading is a leading renewable energy trading company in Denmark. The company helps move energy from source to use powering businesses, homes, and societies as they transition to a new sustainable energy future. Across 7 offices on two continents, our +600 passionate and highly skilled energy experts help the company’s clients buy and sell energy, helping make both affordable and sustainable living possible.

Statnett owns and operates the majority of the central grid, which can be described as the highways in the Norwegian electricity supply. The company is responsible for developing and operating the power grid so that it meets society’s demands on the energy sector at all times. The company is planning significant investments and has a central role in the further development of a Nordic and European power market.

EP Produzione is an Italian electricity generation company. The company manages six efficient and performing production sites, managed according to the highest environmental, safety and reliability standards. All plants have in fact obtained EMAS environmental registration, ISO 14001 environmental certification and OHSAS certification for the health and safety of workers. The group also manages the largest transmission network in Europe and plays a key role.

Alpiq is a leading Swiss electricity producer and energy services provider that is active throughout Europe. The company offers customers comprehensive and efficient services in the fields of energy generation and marketing as well as energy optimization. The company develops customized and digital solutions for customers that are reliable and sustainable. The company has been generating climate-friendly and sustainable electricity from carbon-free Swiss hydropower for more than a hundred years.

EDP is among the major European operators in the energy sector (gas and electricity). The company is a leader in integrated utilities in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (World), the world’s most demanding ranking that distinguishes the best-performing companies on issues related to transparency, sustainability and excellence in economic management and social environment.

Latif Faiyaz, nothern gas & power
Head of Energy Trading & Strategy, Nothern Gas and Power, UK
Ali Zerouli, Masen
Director of Cooperation & International Development, Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy, Morocco
natalie lob, bdew
Officier, The German Association of Energy and Water Industries, Germany
Davide De Michino
Head of Origination – Route to Market, Centrica Energy Trading, Denmark
Senior Coal Market Analyst, Alpiq, Switzerland
Paul Edge, EDP
Risk Manager, EDP, Portugal
Senior Vice President European Affairs, Statnett, Norway
Natascia Bracchi, EP Produzione
Director Energy Management, EP Produzione, Italy

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Event Details
  • Days
  • Start Date
    November 8, 2022 13:00
  • End Date
    November 9, 2022 17:00