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What Electricity Market Design for 2030 and beyond?

Presentation and debate around new experts' recommendations for the future EU Electricity Makret Design - Reserve your seat now!

This event will present and discuss the results and policy recommendations of our new research project ‘What Electricity Market Design for 2030 and beyond?’.

This new report analyses how well today’s electricity market is working as the rollout of renewable energy sources (RES) continues to expand. It looks at the potential regulatory adaptions towards 2025-30 that may be needed and possible. It also evaluates whether there will be a tipping point for the market: could the RES penetration be so high that it creates the need for a more radical market redesign?

Join key actors from the sector including industry, regulators as well as representatives from the EU institutions to discuss the findings of this new research ‘What Electricity Market Design for 2030 and beyond?’.

*The number of seats at this Executive Seminar is limited. Please submit your registration request, and if confirmed you will receive an email with more details at a later stage.

When

10 Dec 2018 @ 02:00 pm

10 Dec 2018 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 3 hours


Where

The University Foundation

11 Egmontstraat

1000 Brussel

Belgium


Organised by

The Centre on Regulation in Europe

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