Electricity Market of the Future - the Backbone of Renewable Energy Supply?!


Renewable energies are increasingly the mainstay of the energy system, but the current electricity market design does not reflect the renewable world. The reality is that renewable energy plants are regulated, while climate-damaging fossil plants continue to run even when electricity prices on the stock exchange are negative and block the electricity grids. This leads to unnecessary costs for grid interventions, which then have to be borne by electricity customers.

The effects and consequences of the current electricity market, the economic incentives that need to be created and the future challenges that need to be taken into account in order to align the market design with renewable energies are discussed by the BEE with experts in a digital panel discussion in the E-world Community.

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Tuesday 08. Jun 2021 | 14:00 – 15:30 | E-world Community Free of charge

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Wolfram Axthelm, BEE, Geschäftsführer
14:00 Welcoming Words
Wolfram Axthelm, BEE, Geschäftsführer
14:05 Construction Site German Electricity Market: What are the Effects of the Current Market Design?
Dr. Matthias Stark, BEE, Fachbereichsleiter Erneuerbare Energiesysteme
14:30 More Flexibilities for a Successful Energy Transition - but how?
Dr. Diana Böttger, Fraunhofer-Institut für Energiewirtschaft und Energiesystemtechnik (IEE)
14:50 The Law is Lagging Behind - the Current Limits of Possibilities in System Change for Renewable Energies
Dr. Dörte Fouquet, Direktorin des Europäischen Verbands für erneuerbare Energien (EREF), Partner of Counsel Becker Büttner Held (BBH)
15:10 Discussion & Room for Questions
15:30 End of the Event

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