Beyond the short-term issues, the energy crisis in Europe raises long-term questions that are disrupting the organisation of the electricity markets: security of supply, price levels and volatility, investments in the energy transition, costs for consumers, etc. In this context, the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) of France wanted to bring together an international panel of eminent academic economists specialising in the energy sector to discuss these issues and provide food for thought at a time when the European Commission is preparing to launch the first public consultation on the reform of the European electricity market.
CRE France held its Symposium on December 15, 2022: "Beyond the crisis: re-thinking the design of power markets”. Check event agenda and watch the video recordings of the sessions as per the below links.
Part 1: Introduction & Panel on "Wholesale Prices"
Part 2: Panel on "Investments"
Part 3: Panel on "Consumers" & Final Remarks
After a welcome by the CRE President, Emmanuelle WARGON and an introduction by the Minister of Energy Transition, Agnès PANNIER-RUNACHER round tables were moderated by Géraldine AMIEL, Partner at FSC Global with the participation of the following distinguished speakers:
This group of professors wrote a complete report with a review of the academic literature on the issues of the reform of the European electricity market.
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