2016 EPRG Spring Seminar

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2016 Spring Seminar in partnership with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon. On May 12, 2016 EPRG hosted delegates to a dinner at Westminster College, and on May 13, 2016 at the Moller Centre, Churchill College for a full-day seminar.

Programme

SESSION 1 – THE FUTURE OF DSM AND THE ROLE OF ELECTRICITY STORAGE

Chair: Fabien Roques (FTI/CL)

Robert Clover (FTI/CL) Driving technology and business models innovation for storage and demand response

Omair Khalid & David Reiner (EPRG) Exploring barriers to value creation through demand side response in balancing and capacity markets

SESSION 2 – ROUNDTABLE ON THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY SYSTEM OPERATION

Chair: Michael Pollitt (EPRG)

Cordi O’Hara (National Grid)

Sonia Twohig (ENTSO-E)

Jason Mann (FTI/CL)

Monica Giulietti (Loughborough)

Martin Crouch (Ofgem)

SESSION 3 – THE CRITICAL ROLE OF NETWORK CHARGES FOR EFFICIENT DECISIONS – NEW ISSUES, NEW APPROACHES

Chair: Boaz Moselle (FTI/CL)

Charles Verhaeghe (FTI/CL) Distribution charges: review of experiences on tariff structure and new challenges

Michael Pollitt (EPRG) Network charging for a flexible and reliable electricity system

SESSION 4 – MARKET DESIGNS OPTIONS TO ACCOMMODATE MORE RES

Chair: David Newbery (EPRG)

Karsten Neuhoff (DIW) The need for and benefits of intra-day auctions for interconnectors – evidence from Germany

Fabien Roques (FTI/CL) Electricity market: toward a radical redesign for high shares of renewables?

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