The growing share of RES deployment towards 2030 will have increasing impacts on the future electricity markets and is likely to require numerous regulatory adjustments of different electricity market design elements.
The main purpose of this workshop are to:
- Carefully identify what are the likely regulatory constraints or barriers conditioning the desired integration between the market, the grid and RES
- Propose remedies to overcome these barriers
- Increase awareness among the EU regulatory community (authorities and institutions) on the possible alternatives to bridge the gap between the current regulatory framework and a successful EU energy policy in the context of the RES.
- Launch and guide an intense stakeholder dialogue on the RES policy framework for 2030.
- Contribute to the design and implementation of suitable RES policy pathways towards 2030.
- Provide insights on and solutions for the establishment of 2030 (RES) targets.
IntroductionOverview on the Towards2030 – Dialogue Project and Introduction to Workshop Fabio Genoese | CEPS
Session 1Electricity Markets and RES Integration. Report Jean-Michel Glachant DSO Perspective Roberto Zangrandi | EDSO TSO Perspective Verdiana Ambrosi | TERNA
Session 2Current Trends in Electricity Market Design Corinna Klessman/Katharina Grave | Ecofys Implications for RES Policy Pathways André Ortner | TU Vienna Regulator Perspective Andrea Commisso | AEEG Italy ENTSO-E’s Prospective View on Market Design Colas Chabanne | ENTSO-E
Session 3Integration of Wind Energy in Balancing and Intraday Energy Markets Iván Pineda | EWEA Electricity Market and RES Integration Anne-Malorie Géron | EURELECTRIC Integration of RES Generators in Balancing and Intraday Markets Verdiana Ambrosi | TERNA