Webinar Outline


ERRA in cooperation with Energy Exemplar is introducing a topical 2-day webinar on Modelling Electricity Generation & Transmission Systems’ Adequacy with Plexos software.

During the last 5 years it has become more and more evident that Renewables extensive growth into the European energy systems has changed the whole landscape of the European energy industry. Renewables Integration brought not only the social benefits coming from a cleaner energy mix and a more sustainable energy future but also the challenges of their optimum use and best integration into the existing energy infrastructure and its future optimum evolution. One of the main challenges that this extensive renewables integration brought is its short and long term effects on the European Generation & Transmission Systems’ reliability, adequacy and resiliency.

In this webinar we will explore and discuss the current and future challenges imposed on European Energy Systems evolution from the ever increasing renewables integration into the energy mix, as well as on how these challenges should be practically addressed from a policies, markets and technology perspective towards a more sustainable energy future. We will analyse planning for supply capacity adequacy and respective Reliability Indices (LOLE, LOLP, EEU, etc) and methods for best capturing supply adequacy as Market.

Agenda

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10:00

Opening Remarks and Introduction

10:10

Presentation: Supply Capacity Adequacy in the Planning Timeframe – Modelling Approaches, Emerging Issues, and International Experiences

Burke, Daniel

Lead Energy Market Analyst, Energy Exemplar

10:40

Presentation: ACER’s Preliminary View on Resource Adequacy Measures

Beaude, Francois

Team Leader, Security of supply, Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)

11:00

Presentation: Achieving Reliability and System Flexibility at Least-Cost in a Decarbonised Power System

Kolokathis, Christos

Senior Associate, The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

11:30

Presentation: Generation Adequacy – The Cross-Border Dimension of Capacity Remuneration Mechanisms

Riechmann, Christoph

Director, Frontier Economics Limited

Roberts, Dan

Director, Frontier Economics Limited

12:15

Presentation: Emerging Developments in Capacity Markets including UK experiences

Dent, Chris

Associate Research Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

12:50

Recap of Day 1

13:00

Day 1 concludes

10:00

Introduction to Day 2

10:05

Presentation: The Need for Market Simulation for the Support of Regulatory Decisions

Sardi, Katerina

Principal, Energy Sector, Grant Thornton, Greece

Thomadakis, Michael

Partner, Director of the Energy Sector, Grant Thornton, Greece

10:50

Presentation: Present practices for Hungarian/Central European supply capacity adequacy monitoring and modelling, any challenges and future opportunities

Szabó, Dezső

Senior expert, Resource and Network Planning Department, MAVIR Ltd.

11: 30

Presentation: Electricity Storage Valuation Framework

Taibi, Emanuele

Power Sector Transformation Strategies, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

12:15

Roundtable and Recap of the Webinar

12:45

Webinar concludes

Registration fees

ERRA Member (1)

waived

Non-Member Regulators

EUR 150

Non-Regulators

EUR 200


(1) 1 repsresentative/ member organisation is free of charge. If members do not fill their registration slot by May 28, remaining available slots will be shared within the membership.

Materials

Please note that Webinar Materials are available for registered participants and ERRA Members only.