There are many challenges and opportunities for the European electricity market in the near future. Some of these challenges includes new roles, new technologies and new actors, whereas others require new policies and new regulation.
Questions to be adressed during the conference are: What role does the distribution network have in the future? How do we accommodate a market with large shares of subsidized generation? What kind of new products and services can we expect?
In the spirit of EFORIS, academics, industry and authorities will be represented at this conference.
Stockholm World Trade Center at Klarabergsviadukten 70 in Stockholm
Ulla Sandborg, Svenska kraftnät
Session 1 The state of the market and policy choices?
Time for a second electricity market reform? Lars Bergman, Stockholm School of Economics
Many goals, one market? Chris Böhringer, University of Oldenburg
The changing world and investments Anne-Malorie Geron, Fortum
Session 2 New roles?
Flexibility choices for distribution networks Marcus Merkel, EWE NETZ
The Aggregator role in a market context Tim Mennel, DNV GL
Session 3 – Customers and value to customers
Security of supply in Germany versus Sweden Paul Lehmann, University of Leipzig
Demand Response Thomas Broberg, Umeå University
Marcus Merkel, EWE NETZ
Catarina Naucler, Fortum
Pernilla Winnhed, Swedenergy
Patrik Söderholm, Luleå University of Technology