Traders: Keep Promoting the Benefits of Wholesale Trading
Wholesale markets will remain an integral part of Europe’s internal energy market as the trading infrastructure grows more sophisticated.
Power Improvements Come To Texas Plains
The signature transmission project in Xcel Energy’s Power for the Plains plan has been brought into service.
Preserving and Refining the Best Features of the European Wholesale Power Market Design
EFET recognizes the need to develop, harmonise and unify the European electricity and gas market.
It’s Time for “Trial-and-Error Trading” to End
A think tank session for energy traders will encourage innovative thinking amongst energy traders.
The Energy Market Revolution is in Full Swing
The energy transition is opening up many doors of opportunity to the energy trading industry.
Challenges Still Lie in the Creation of Liquid Forward Markets
Although regulators strive to create a framework that enables liquid spot and forward markets to develop, there are still challenges.
Coming to Grips with Europe’s New Energy Trading Rules
The revised rules for the energy trading market are causing much uncertainty and caution amongst traders.
Power to Gas Needs Collaboration
Onno Florisson, Senior Consultant, DNV Kema discusses the framework for power to gas energy storage
Carbon Junk Bonds the demise of the Energy Trading Scheme
With carbon allowances below the level of junk bonds, perhaps it’s time for the European Union to restructure its climate change strategy.
Renewables: Do Markets Beat Regulation? – A European Utility Week Pod Cast
Covering market conditions for the integration of renewables. A Pod Cast Interview with Stephen Woodhouse, Director Pöyry Management Consulting (UK) Limited.
EU Electricity Market Integration- A Work In Progress
The EU has many obstacles to overcome before it can create a fully integrated European electricity market. Here are a few of the issues the region faces.