High-level Conference on Energy "Europe's Future Electricity Market"

Video created by Madis Leinakse Partner on 06-Oct-2017

    The video recording of the conference is long, so for finding the part you are interested, the agenda of the event could be useful.

     

    11.00-11.20 Opening speeches

    • Kadri Simson, Minister for Economic Affairs and Infrastructure of Estonia
    • Jerzy Buzek, European Parliament

    11.20-11.50 Keynote interview

    • Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commission
    • Krišjānis Kariņš, European Parliament

    11.50-12.05 Presentation

    • Christoph Frei, World Energy Council

    12.05-12.15 Presentation

    • Taavi Veskimägi, Elering
    • François Brottes, RTE

    12.45-14.00 Panel 1 - The electricity market of tomorrow: engaging the consumer

    The first panel discussion highlights the potential of digital solutions to help deliver state-of-the-art electricity systems that provide benefits to all market participants.

    Moderator: Stephen Woodhouse 

    • Hando Sutter, Eesti Energia
    • Folker Franz, ABB
    • Scott Kessler, Brooklyn Microgrid

    15.30-16.30 Panel 2 - The new electricity market model and renewables

    In the second round of discussion, the panellists will focus on how to boost the integration of renewables to the market.

    Moderator: Stephen Woodhouse

    • Claude Turmes, European Parliament
    • Kristian Ruby, Eurelectric
    • Ulrik Stridbæk, DONG energy
    • Céline Gauer, European Commision

    17.00-18.15 Panel 3 - Energy-only markets and capacity mechanisms

    In the final panel discussion, a debate on the functioning of the wholesale market and on how to ensure the security of supply is to be expected.

    Moderator: Stephen Woodhouse

    • Laurent Schmitt, ENTSO-E
    • Dominique Ristori, European Commission
    • Jaroslaw Broda, Tauron Polska Energia
    • Pekka Lundmark, Fortum

    18.15-18.40 Concluding remarks

    • M. Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commission
    • M. Maroš Šefčovič, European Commission
    • M. Stephen Woodhouse, moderator