EPRG & CEEPR Annual Conference with support of ENEDIS, Paris, France, 6-7 July 2017

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2017 EPRG & CEEPR Annual Conference with support from ENEDIS. The Conference took place at The Sorbonne University in Paris on 6 – 7 July and comprised of 1,5 day of sessions and dinner with concert.

PROGRAMME

Thursday, 6 July 2017

SESSION 1 – ENERGY TRANSITIONS IN EUROPE AND IN THE US

Chaired by Joshua Hodge (MIT)

John Parsons (MIT) – Energy Transition in the U.S.

David Reiner (EPRG) – Energy Transitions and Magical Thinking

SESSION 2 – WHOLESALE MARKET DESIGNS FOR FUTURE LOW-CARBON ENERGY SYSTEMS

Chaired by Robert Ritz (EPRG)

David Newbery (EPRG) – Wholesale market designs for future low-carbon electricity systems

Patrick Brown (MIT) – Mapping the market value of solar energy

Fabien Roques (Université Paris Dauphine & Compass Lexecon) – Electricity market design: lessons from the ‘reforms of the reforms’

SESSION 3THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION NETWORK AND TARIFF POLICY

Chaired by Jean-Baptiste Galland (ENEDIS)

Michael Pollitt (EPRG) – The Impact if PV and EVs on Network Charges

Etienne Beeker (France Strategie) –  The future if the electricity distribution network and tariff policy – The French Case

Carlos Batlle (MIT) – Cost-reflective prices and charges: from theory to implementation

SESSION 4 –  PANEL SESSION: LOW CARBON CITIES

Chaired by Christophe Bonnery (IAEE)

Anne Hidalgo, Mayor, represented by Yann Francoise, City of Paris

Rebekah Emanuel (Imagine Boston 2030)

Christian de Perthuis (Climate Economics Chair)

Marcial Echenique (University of Cambridge)

Eric Salomon (ENEDIS)

 

FRIDAY 7 July 2017

SESSION 1 – PRICING AND FOSSIL FUEL USE

Chaired by Michael Mehling (MIT)

Christopher Knittel (MIT) – Pricing and Fossil Fuel Use: Fracking, CO2, and Coal

Robert Ritz (EPRG) – Carbon pricing for transport: The case of US airlines

SESSION 2 – FUTURE BUSINESS MODELS FOR DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES

Chaired by David Newbery (EPRG)

Alexis Phelizon (ENEDIS) – From innovation to industrialization: Enedis approach to unleash new business models

Scott Burger (MIT) – Business models for distributed energy resources: value pricing and efficient tariff design

 

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