Understanding the German power market & energy trading simulation

Phone: +47 22 99 42 00
Email:
events@montelnews.com

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Date
5 - 6 September 2018

Venue
Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel, Belgrade
Bulevar Vojvode Misica 15, 11000 Belgrade
radissonblu.com/hotel-belgrade

Time schedule
5 September
09.00 - 09.30 Registration
09.30 - 16.30 Seminar
19.00 Dinner

6 September
09:30-16:00 Simulation workshop

Price

Seminar, trading simulation and dinner:
EUR 1,350

Seminar and dinner 5 September: EUR 750
Seminar only 5 September: EUR 650
Simulation workshop 6 September: EUR 650

 
The price for the whole event includes conference, documentation, lunch and coffee breaks. VAT is not included in the price.  

Terms and conditions
Payment due within 20 days from received invoice. If you are prevented from coming, a colleague can take your place. If you have to cancel your registration, an administration fee of 10% will be charged. If the cancellation takes place two weeks prior to the conference, you will be charged 50% of the price. If the cancellation takes place one week prior to the conference, total amount will be charged. Cancellations have to be in writing.

Information
If you have any questions,
please contact
Marja Salonen, Montel AS
marja@montelnews.com
Phone: +47 934 86 577

 



The German electricity seminar
is tailor-made for energy industry professionals wanting to gain insights into the drivers of prices and policy in Germany's electricity market.

The energy simulation workshop
on day two allows you to put your knowledge in practice and to step into the shoes of a German energy trader.

You can book and attend the seminar and simulation workshop either in combination or separately.

We hope to see you in Belgrade.


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Day 1: Seminar
"Understanding the German power market"

Introduction and presentations held
by
Konstantin Lenz, Lenz Energy.

Characteristics of German power production and consumption
-The schedule of nuclear decommissioning
- Conventional power production
- Production out of renewable sources
- Characteristics and developments of German power consumption
- Marginal and Cycling Costs of different power plant types

German energy policy
- The “Energiewende”
- German energy policy after federal elections - What can be expected from the new government?
- Profitability and closings of power plants – Current state and outlook
- Outlook – What can be expected until 2023 and beyond?

Power trading
- Price-driving factors
- Historic developments and characteristics
- Power trading: Spot markets – Day-ahead and intraday
- Power trading: Exchanges and OTC – Forwards and futures
- Impact of growing renewable production on spot price profiles and market design
- Market integration of renewable energies: The market premium model
- Split of German-Austrian price zone – status and expectations
- Negative Prices
- Case Studies

Conclusions for SEE-Region
- Some characteristics of neighbouring countries
- Cross-border exchange and market coupling
- Impacts of the German market on SEE power market


The course will be held in English

Day 2: Workshop
"German energy market simulation"
- Be a German energy trader for a day


The workshop is moderated by Simon Göß, Energy Brainpool

Step into the shoes of a trader on the German energy market and face the real challenge of making split-second decisions in ever-changing market conditions with profits at stake.

No trading experience needed
Participants with minimal or no trading experience, but a desire to understand how energy trading works, can take part.

Gain valuable knowledge from energy trading
Everyone working on the periphery of the traded power market – either at authorities, media organisations or in middle- and back office roles like management, IT, generation, regulation, sales, marketing and communication will gain valuable knowledge and hands-on trading experience.

Interactive and practical approach
Via co-operation with Energy Brainpool – Montel allows you to put into practice what you learned in the German electricity market seminar the day before.



Excellent feedback from previous seminars
Participants of the 2016 event rated lecturers as follows:

Konstantin Lenz 4.8
Simon Gös 4.8

Delegates were asked to rate the speakers from 1 to 5 where 1= poor, 2=poor, 3=average,4=good, 5=excellent

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Register here

 

Terms and conditions
Payment due within 20 days from received invoice. If you are prevented from coming, a colleague can take your place. If you have to cancel your registration, an administration fee of 10% will be charged. If the cancellation takes place two weeks prior to the conference, you will be charged 50% of the price. If the cancellation takes place one week prior to the conference, total amount will be charged. Cancellations have to be in writing.





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