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Talks

In the following we present a selection of talks at conferences and workshops.

  • A power market for the energy transition

    Network Energy Economy – Smart Energy, Düsseldorf, Germany, 2015. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • Advanced Energy Only Market

    German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Germany – United States Joint Expert Workshop, Berlin, Germany, 2015. Marco Nicolosi
  • Integrating energy, transport and ICT infrastructure

    European Commission, Technology Challenges and Regional Approaches for integrating Renewables and Energy Security, Brussels, Belgium, 2015. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • Action Plan Load Management

    Berlin Energy Days, Berlin, Germany, 2015. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • The German Power Market 2.0

    IEA, Renewables in the Mainstream, Paris, France, 2015. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • Power market 2.0 – requirements for an energy transition market design

    Bavarian Energy Dialogue, working group 4: security of supply, Munich, Germany, 2015. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • European dimension of security supply

    German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), First meeting of the Working Group 4 (AG4) “European Electricity Market Integration”, Berlin, Germany, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • Capability of the Energy-Only Market

    Bundesverband Erneuerbare Energie e.V. (BEE), Conference “Capacity Markets from the Viewpoint of Renewable Energy”, Berlin, Germany, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • Flexibilisation of the Power Market

    German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Second Session of the Platform Power Market, Berlin, Germany, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • Selected effects of RES targets on the power sector

    German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Concerted Action Renewable Energy Sources Directive (CA-RES), Rome, Italy, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • Does the Energiewende need capacity mechanisms – or are there alternatives?

    Energiedialog 2050 e.V, Energy Policy Breakfast, Paul-Loebe-House of the German Federal Parliament, Berlin, Germany, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • The debate on the “if” and “how” of a new power market design

    Ruhr-University Bochum, XVIII. Annual Convention of the Institute for Mining and Energy Law, Bochum, Germany, 2014. Marco Nicolosi
  • Direct marketing of renewable energy

    German Federal Association of Renewable Energies (BEE), Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Reliability and efficiency considerations for an Energiewende market design

    German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), Berlin Conference on Electricity Economics (BELEC), Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Further development of direct marketing of renewable energy

    German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), BMU expert discussion, Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Start-ups in the Energiewende

    EWI Alumni – Association of graduates and friends of the Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne, Business Talk Energy, Cologne, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Options for the further development of the EEG

    Brandenburg Ministry of Economics and European Affairs, with Prof. Dr. Felix Müsgens (BTU Cottbus), Potsdam, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Strengthening markets, securing supply. Concept for the implementation of a Strategic Reserve in Germany

    German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • EOM 2.0: Can the Energy-Only Market incentivize the demand for secured capacity?

    BDEW German Association of BDEW Energy and Water Industries, Workshop on the Future Market Design, Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi Link to the presentation
  • Barriers to power market flexibility through administrative price components

    German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Working Group 3 Interaction, Berlin, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Capacity mechanisms and options to address the challenges

    Gas to Power Europe Conference 2013, Brussels, Belgium, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • On the necessity of capacity mechanisms

    Ministry for Agriculture and the Environment of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt, Magdeburg, Germany, 2013. Marco Nicolosi
  • Role reversal – Options for a long-term market design

    BDEW German Association of Energy and Water Industries, Workshop on Renewable Energy, Berlin, Germany, 2012. Marco Nicolosi
  • Flexibility options of power markets

    German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Working Group 3 Interaction, Berlin, Germany, 2012. Marco Nicolosi
  • From nodal to zonal pricing. A bottom-up approach to the second-best

    9th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), Florence, Italy, 2012, and ENERDAY 2012, Dresden, Germany, 2012. Barbara Burstedde
  • Scenarios for a north-sea super grid. Technical feasibility of HVDC connections and their impact on the riparian power markets

    Infraday 2010, Berlin, Germany, 2010. Barbara Burstedde
  • Important parameters of power market modelling

    Platform Sustainable Networks of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Working Group Network Development Scenarios, Berlin, Germany, 2010. Barbara Burstedde