THE 3RD ANNUAL CAPACITY MECHANISM
In order to secure the supply of the electricity, capacity mechanisms are proposed as a measure to ensure the desired supply level by encouraging investments from both supply and demand side. Facing the closure of old generation power plants along with the Decarbonization policies, the high penetration of renewable energy resources, there is a rising need for a proper market design and implementation of capacity mechanisms knowing that policies and regulations by the EU Government is complicated and ambiguous, which discourages investments in the market.
Thus, we would like to invite you to our 3rdCapacity Mechanisms. This event will be co-located with the 4thAncillary Services and Demand Response and 4thAnnual Cross-border trading and balancing event on January 17-18th, 2019 in Berlin. The event facilitates greater networking and debate opportunities by engaging a joint session for three energy management events on the 1stday.
This year, the conference will focus on provides the up-to-date perspectives on the new policies by European Commission, brings up the discussion about designing a capacity market that is not only effective but also ensures the compatibility with the regional and national regulations and incentives. Furthermore, the participation of demand response and cross-border trading is also covered at the summit. Attendees will have the opportunity of networking with experts in the field while learning and sharing analytical views of the topic address the main changes and regulatory recommendations for capacity mechanism with Industry leaders, transmission systemoperators, representatives of DSOs, professionals from governments and researchers
Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:
• The updated European policies on capacity mechanism
• Capacity mechanism initiatives towards decarbonization
• Market design to encourage investment
• Overcome risks of implementing capacity mechanism
• Cross-border participation in capacity market
• Planning for capacity price policies
• Discuss the drawbacks in European regulations on electricity capacity
Who Should Attend:
CEOs | CIOs|VPs | CTOs| Directors|Department Heads|Technical Analysts|Research Engineers |Specialists| Government officers specializing in:
• Electricity capacity
• Transmission Opperations
• Power plant infrastructure
• Power generation
• Demand response
• Renewable Energy Resources
• Peak Load Control
• Distributed Energy resouces
• Energy regulations
• Energy storage
• Transmission System Operators (TSOs)
• Independent System Operators (ISOs)
• Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs)
• Energy Power Regulators
• Consultancies, Solution Provider companies
• Power aggregators
• Energy generators
• Capacity building providers
• Research Institutions
Dr. Dmitri Perekhodtsev is a Vice President at FTI Compass Lexecon. His professional practice focuses on economic aspects of regulation and competition cases in the European Energy Sector. Dmitri has advised European national regulators, power exchanges, TSOs, and major energy companies on issues related to analyses of competitiveness and abuse of market power in the wholesale electricity markets, development of efficient design of electricity markets, including electricity balancing markets and markets for transmission congestion, developing models of cross-border capacity allocation in the context of electricity markets integration initiatives in the Continental Europe, monitoring of electricity markets and developing regulatory incentive mechanisms for transmission development.
Ivan Androcec is working in the Croatian Electricity Utility (Hrvatska elektroprivreda d.d.) since 2001 where he is currently Sector Head of Investment Strategy and New Technologies Section in Strategy and Development Department. He has PhD from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, from 2012 as well as Diploma Study in Managememy from 2006. He has written more than 50 R&D international and domestic papers and involved in several projects.
Colas Chabanne is Head of Capacity and Demand Response Market Design at RTE’s Power System Economics Division, leading a team of market designer and project managers. This team is in charge of implementation of the French Capacity Market and Demand Response participation in energy markets, from market rules drafting to operational processes. Colas Chabanne also is Convenor of the ENTSO-E working group on Market Design and Renewable Energy Resources (MD& RES), which is responsible for developing and promoting ENTSO-E’s positions on long term market design and RES Integration.
Mayoma is an accomplished energy professional with broad analytical and commercial skills gained from engineering, commercial and external affairs roles. Mayoma has knowledge and experience in GB and EU energy markets, energy networks and sustainability. Between 2007 and 2011, Mayoma worked in National Grid’s corporate affairs team developing strategies for managing non-financial risks and opportunities in the UK and US businesses. Areas covered include climate change policy, sustainability, emissions reduction plans, human rights and community development. This was followed by a period (2011-2014) with the GB electricity system operator. As part of the multidisciplinary - market operations - team responsible for optimising energy reserve services and designing future system services. Analysis involved balancing the need for network capacity, uncertainty around renewables production and demand, and procuring efficient flexibility services through tenders or balancing/intraday markets. Mayoma is currently part of the Market Fundamentals team within Corporate Strategy responsible for electricity market revenue studies across all business units. Her primary areas of responsibility include margin and adequacy outlooks in GB and Europe, market design outlooks, flexibility markets and developments in demand side response. Mayoma has a degree in mechanical engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Technology in Ghana. And an MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development from Cambridge University, UK.
Since 2014, Matt has worked in the European Commission on state aid in the electricity sector with a interest in security of electricity supply and renewables support cases. He was a part of the team on the commissions’s 2016 and 1027 sector inquiry into electricity mechanisms. He previously worked for the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change on the UK’s 2010-2014 electricity market reforms. And the electricity capacity mechanism for Great Britain. Prior to that he worked on the EU Emissions Trading System
Charles Phillips, Head of Capacity Market, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) – Great Britain Charles is responsible for the GB Capacity Market (CM), a key feature of the Electricity Market Reform programme. The CM provides regular, secure payments to generators and other providers of firm capacity who win agreements in a series of annual auctions. The first auctions took place win 2014, with the next planned for early 2019. His previous roles within the Civil Service have included a focus on energy efficiency, leading on Government programmes to support insulation and heating improvements in households; and on reform of the legal frameworks for company law, and employment law.