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Talk and panel discussion on power market design at Stiftung Umweltenergierecht’s expert dialogue on the EU Energy Union

On 20th April 2016, Stiftung Umweltenergierecht hosts the expert dialogue EU Energy Union: governance, support schemes for renewable energy and new power market design. Dr. Marco Nicolosi gives a talk on the future market design from an economic perspective and participates in the following panel discussion. The expert dialogue is part of the research project "A new EU architecture for the energy transition", which is supported by the Mercator Foundation. You can find the programme to the expert dialogue here.

Expert panel: Talk on “Demand Side Management of the World Energy Council at the BDI

The World Energy Council has organised an expert panel at the Federation of German Industries (BDI) in Berlin on 14th January 2016 in order to discuss the role of Demand Slide Management for a more flexible power market. Against this background, the regulatory framework conditions, which are determined by the new power market law, are also topic for discussion. Dr. Marco Nicolosi has been invited to the panel as an expert and will address the significance of market design to open up flexibility options. You may download his presentation here.

Keynote in Brussels on the topic of “A Future-Oriented EU Energy Market Design – Next Steps”

On 12th January 2016 Jo Leinen, Member of the European Parliament, The German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE) and the European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF) are inviting to a debate on the European market design. The event takes place in the European Parliament in Brussels. It addresses parliamentarians and aims to inform about the process regarding the new EU Energy Market Directive. Dr. Marco Nicolosi as the keynote speaker is going to emphasise the significance of the market design for the advancement of the internal market („Binnenmarkt“) and the integration of renewable energies. A particular focus is placed on the effects of the market design and incentives intended as a contribution to a more flexible supply system. You may download the presentation of Dr. Nicolosi here.