Intelligent market design – boosting global smart grid deployment
The rapid development of technology and innovative services has the potential to enable the transition to a renewable future. What policy initiatives and regulatory changes are needed in the electricity market to accelerate the deployment of new solutions and create a smarter grid?
An opportunity to contribute to ministerial policy discussions
This workshop is your chance to influence the global agenda by contributing with your ideas and expertise. The key findings from the workshop will provide basis for a high-level panel dicussion, and be included in a policy brief distributed to participants of the Clean Energy Ministerial.
If you want to share your views and experiences on how challenges in the prevailing market rules need to be tackled in the future – this is the event for you. A draft version of the policy brief will be distributed to you before the workshop and serve as a starting point for the discussions.
We offer coffee and lunch. It is also possible to participate part of the day.
To help us think around the topics at hand we have gathered a range of great minds. See the full programme and keynote speaker details below.
Electricity market professionals, government administration, industry representatives, political representatives, think tanks, investors and academic professionals.
Moderator: Marie Fossum Strannegård, partner Ernst and Young and member
of the Swedish Smart Grid Forum steering committee.
09:30 am Coffee and mingle
10:00 am Welcome and opening speech: Karin Widegren, Chair, ISGAN
and Maria Sandqvist, Executive Director, Swedish Smart Grid Forum
10:15 am Key note speaker: Ewald Hesse, CEO Grid Singularity
Interactive Session 1: How to design an energy market for a greater variety of stakeholders and roles?
10:45 am Key note speaker: Dr. Liu Yang, Senior Research Fellow,
National University of Singapore
11:00 am Dialogue in roundtable groups and short presentation by rapporteurs from each group
12:00 am Lunch
Interactive Session 2: How to achieve energy system integration and interaction?
1:15 pm Key note speaker: Jeffrey Logan, Chief Analyst, NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), Operating Agent of the 21 Century Power Partnership (21CPP)
1:30 pm Dialogue in roundtable groups and short presentation by rapporteurs from
2:30 pm Coffee break
Interactive session 3: What are the key elements in market design to accelerate
2:45 pm Key note speaker: Anne Vadasz Nilsson, vice president Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) and Director General of the Swedish Energy Market Inspectorate
3:00 pm Dialogue in roundtable groups and short presentation by rapporteurs from
4:00 pm Panel discussion reflecting on the results from the interactive sessions
4:50 pm Closing remark