The Energy Community’s leading conference on electricity will take place on 31 May and 1 June in Athens. The Electricity Forum will discuss the critical issues facing electricity markets today, including the challenges of implementing a new energy market design, recently proposed by the European Commission, in the Energy Community. The audience will have the opportunity to hear the views of leading experts from various segments of the market. The practical implementation of electricity network codes and harmonization of licensing in the Energy Community Region under Title III of the Energy Community Treaty will also be explored. As adequate infrastructure development is key for a functioning market, a session will be dedicated to coordinated system development and infrastructure planning in South East Europe.
The Electricity Forum is the broadest discussion platform within the Energy Community dedicated to discussing legal, regulatory and practical developments in the electricity area, which annually gathers more than 120 participants from governments, regulators, European Commission, transmission system operators, traders, consumer interest groups and power exchanges.
The 2017 Electricity Forum programme is now available. Participation to the Forum is free of charge.
Source: Energy Community
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