Future Electricity Markets between Liberalisation and Regulation

13. September 2017

Over the last two decades, many electricity markets have been liberalised worldwide. At the same time, various forms of regulation are still in place and the optimal level and form of public intervention is widely discussed. Much of the discussion focuses on adequacy and reliability issues and on the support schemes for renewables.

In this context, the newly established Center for Energy and the Environment (CEE, ZHAW) in partnership with the SCCER-CREST, and the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI) at the ZHAW School of Management and Law hosts an international conference on Future Electricity Markets between Liberalisation and Regulation.

Registration (Registration deadline: 3. September 2017)

Fee: Conference fee: CHF 100 / Rate for students, ZHAW employees and members of SCCER CREST: CHF 50

Program:

  • 1.30 pm: Registration
  • 2.00 pm: Andreas Bergmann (ZHAW, Public Sector): Welcome and introduction
  • 2.10 pm: Reto Schleiniger (ZHAW, Center for Energy and the Environment): Power Market Regulation: Basic issues
  • 2.30 pm: Iain MacGill (UNSW Sydney, Center for Energy and Environmental Markets, CEEM): Lessons from Australian National Electricity Market: How much liberalisation is possible, how much regulation is needed
  • 3.00 pm: Silvia Banfi (Zurich Municipal Electric Utility ewz): Future Regulation of Hydro-Power in Switzerland
  • 3.30 pm: Coffee Break

 

4.00 pm:

Target Audience: Research community, policy makers, and industry stakeholders

If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Dr. Reto Schleiniger (shie@zhaw.ch)

Datum

Von: 13. September 2017, 13:30 Uhr
Bis: 13. September 2017, 18:00 Uhr

Ort

ZHAW, Gebäude SM, Mäander C, Winterthur
Theaterstrasse 15c
Winterthur

ZHAW, Gebäude SM, Mäander C, Winterthur

Organisator

ZHAW Zentrum für Energie und Umwelt
Bahnhofplatz 12
8400 Winterthur

cee.sml@zhaw.ch

ZHAW Zentrum für Energie und Umwelt