France And Spain Gain Key Electricity Interconnection
The new Santa Llogaia-Baixàs powerline doubles the interconnection capacity between France and Spain.
European Energy Union Proposed To Transform Energy System
Security of supply, sustainability and competitiveness underpin Europe’s proposed Energy Union.
Western US Energy Imbalance Market Demonstrates Value
The western EIM created nearly US$6 million in benefits and reduced renewables curtailment in first two months of operation.
Energy Traders Must Share Their Experiences To Create Opportunities
By sharing their experiences through EFET, energy traders can improve market conditions and overcome challenges.
Flexibility Will Be Key To The Power Market Of The Future
Short-term markets will offer traders more opportunities in the future.
Supporting Growth With Africa’s T&D Infrastructure
Increased investment in sub-Saharan Africa’s T&D infrastructure is a key to boosting the region’s economy.
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.