Utilities all over Europe are facing challenging times, caused by low wholesale electricity prices, decreasing demand and reduced predictability due to the rise in renewable energy production. These constantly changing and volatile market conditions are especially challenging for modelers, forecasters, analysts and traders.
This conference, which addresses the vital issues such as volatility modeling, regulatory changes, optimization of hedging strategies, weather-driven models, and distributed generation, and will provide the audience with the ins and outs of current challenges for electricity price modeling and forecasting, sharing the best practices currently on the market.
The conference will be held on 2nd – 3rd March, 2017, Berlin, Germany. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from representatives of top utilities of Europe including E.ON, Vattenfall, EDF, Fortum, EDP Renewables, ESB, and CEZ.
Who should attend?
VPs, Heads, Directors, Analysts:
- Quantitative Analysis
- Fundamental Analysis
- Market Analysis
- Economic Analysis
- Portfolio Management
For more information, find the agenda and please contact Ronald Brown.