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2nd Central and South East Europe Energy Policy Forum
- 08:30 - 17:00
- REKK, Corvinus University, European Commission
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2nd Central and South East Europe Energy Policy Forum:
Electricity Market Integration 2.0 in Central and South East Europe
The main topics of the event are intraday and balancing market integration, cross-border reserve-sharing, cross-border integration of capacity markets and the much stronger regional cooperation of TSOs. These are all key elements of the proposal and together, if implemented, could potentially bring electricity market integration to the next level (‘Electricity Market Integration 2.0’).
The objective of the 2nd Central and South East Europe Energy Policy Forum is to bring together decision makers and industry representatives from the CSEE region to discuss the next steps of electricity market integration in this region.
The sections are the following:
- Potential benefits of regional integration: markets and institutions
- Resource adequacy and cross-border capacity remuneration schemes: options and alternatives
- The future of regulated retail electricity prices in CSEE
Among others the following speakers will participate in the sections:
- Laurent Schmitt, Secretary-General, ENTSO-E
- Daivis Virbickas, CEO, Litgrid, Litvánia
- Andrea Beatrix Kádár, Deputy State Secretary, Secretary of State for Energy Affairs, Ministry of National Development of Hungary
- Jean-Michel Glachant, Director, Florence School of Regulation
- Lehőcz Balázs, CEO, MET Power AG
- Michael Hogan, Senior Advisor, The Regulatory Assistance Project
- Dieter Helm, Professor, University of Oxford
- Attila Nyikos, Vice President for International Affairs, the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority
- András Hujber, Wholesale markets Unit, European Commission
- Viktoria Popovska, Head of Electricity Market Department, ESO Bulgária
- Märt Ots, Director General, Estonian Competition Authority and ERRA Chairman
- Nektaria Karakatsani, representative of the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) and member of the Board of the Greek energy regulator (RAE)
Venue: Aranytíz Event Hall, Tolnay auditorium, 1051 Budapest, Arany János utca 10.