The Energy Trading Central and South-Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) event will take place on 20-21 October in Prague this year where all major developments in the power and gas traded markets, market supervision, and renewable energy will be explored. However, the discussion around energy markets trends is year-round with conversations around climate policy, certification, hydrogen development and integration, and prosumers taking centre stage.
Make sure you catch up with great Energy Markets interviews including:
What future for the EU ETS – the centrepiece of the EU climate policy and diplomacy?
In this discussion, experts from RWE, Refinitiv, the European University Institute, and the European Commission’s DG Climate Action, analyse the role of the EU ETS in driving decarbonisation across the EU economy, and more.
They explore the interplay between the EU ETS and other policy instruments designed to help achieve a net-zero future in Europe.
Europe’s wholesale energy markets and the emerging EU-wide certification systems: Fit for 55?
In this webinar, Giuseppina Squicciarini, head of regulatory and external affairs, Shell and Claude Mangin, market development manager, ENTSOG, explore the design features of the prospective comprehensive EU-wide certification system for all renewable and low carbon energy carriers envisaged in the EU Strategy for Energy System Integration.
Speakers also discuss how harnessing marketplaces in wholesale energy and in certificates can enable a cost-effective transition to net zero in Europe.
Decarbonising the European gas markets – Hydrogen as an integral element of Europe’s internal energy market.
Doug Wood, board member – EFET, moderates a panel comprising Ilaria Conti, head of gas – Florence School of Regulation, Felicia Mester, senior policy advisor – Hydrogen Europe and Giuseppina Squicciarini, head of regulatory and external affairs – Shell, as they discuss how Europe can move its vision of being a hydrogen economy to action.
Technology in trading: shortening the settlement cycle.
Shortening settlement timescales will have huge benefits for the credit risk exposure. This webinar explores the latest technological developments and how do they impact the back-office?
Regional Gas Market Updates
In this session, representatives from Shell, RWE Supply & Trading, D. Trading and CEEGEX, discuss new trends in the CSEE region and how will the gas market be affected.
Fit for 55: Strengthening and shielding the EU ETS
The role of industrial energy users in the Energy Markets
Gas sector decarbonisation and sector coupling – Ensuring a market based approach
ETCSEE is one of the most recognised networking events for the industry attracting high-level trading representatives, trading firms and key decision-makers sourcing the latest services & solutions to support their business strategy.
The yearly traders networking evening is a must-attend as it is a great opportunity to meet colleagues from the energy trading community and to nurture business relationships and partnerships!