The International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM12) is a premier forum for the exchange of ideas, open and direct discussion on the development of the energy markets in Europe.http://eem12.org/It has achieved a considerable success during the past eight editions covering the electricity and gas markets policies, security of supply, climate change impacts on the sector and many other developments at the European level (like Polish and UK shale gas possible revolution).In 2012 this event is hosted in Florence (Italy) by the two energy policy units at the European University Institute (“Florence School of Regulation” and “Loyola de Palacio Chair”).The EEM 12 (10-12 May 2012) will start with an outstanding day at Palazzo Vecchio -the oldest civic center of the historic city of Florence (built in the XIII century). That opening day will host four sessions with keynote speakers from European institutions, the industry, market agents and prominent academics. It will assess the latest developments in:Achievement of the EU internal marketResponse to Climate ChangeSecuring European energy supplyCombining three European “energy pilars” into a single EU policy.It will be part of the outstanding “State of the Union” event chaired by President Josep Borrell, head of European University Institute and former President of the European Parliament.Our parallel tracks with presentations and poster sessions will be held over the gorgious Toscan hills to Fiesole in the EUI historical buildings (XIV-XVII century). They will cover a variety of energy topics, including a few new ones, focusing on the latest research. We are preparing a rich networking and social program, enabling additional discussion opportunities for the exchange of best practices.IMPORTANT DATES !November 15, 2011Abstracts Submission DeadlineDecember 01, 2011 Abstracts Acceptance NotificationFebruary 01, 2012 Full Papers Submission DeadlineMars 01, 2012Full Papers Acceptance NotificationApril 10, 2012Early Registration DeadlineMay 10-12, 2012Conference days inFlorence, ItalyTopics1. Electricity market policies; structures and rulesStructure of electricity markets; Integration of electricity markets; Mergers and acquisitions; Energy policies; Security of supply; Power generation strategic planning; Unbundling of distribution business; Capacity and ancillary services markets; Market power and market strategies; Electricity markets modelling and simulation; Market monitoring- § -2. Transmission and distribution systemsSystem operation planning in market environment; Network congestion management; Ancillary services; Real time balancing; Inter TSO compensation; Cross-border trading and tariffs; Nodal pricing; Cost of losses; Power quality; Regulation of transmission and distribution system; Last resort suppliers; Smart grid pricing; Long term grid planning- § -3. Power generation and renewable energiesInnovative generation technologies; Impact of renewable energies and distributed generation on networks; Real costs of renewable energies and DG development; Imbalances caused by renewable energies and DG; Local balancing areas; Local balancing markets; Trading imbalances; Incentives to investment in renewable energies and DG; Impact of renewable energies and DG on security of supply; Energy storage; Power plants- § -4. Towards a fully functioning IEMEuropean regulation; Investments in the transmission system; Impact of new technologies on IEM (FACTS/HVDC); Merchant investments; Incentives for investments; Unbundling: ISO, TSO or ITO?; Cross-border issues; International coordination and co-operation; Stakeholders vision on future power systems- § -5. Gas; carbon and financial marketsNatural gas markets; CO2 emissions trading; CDM and JI; Green certificate markets; Risk management in energy markets; Futures, forwards and others derivatives in energy markets; Influence of the financial crisis on the energy market- § -6. Competition Law; institutional analysis of energy rules and institutionsEnergy competition Law; Antitrust decisions applied to energy; EU Inquiry in Energy sector; Law and Economics analysis of EU Energy Markets or regulation; US-EU comparison of energy Law; FERC-ACER institutional comparison; National –European system of energy regulation; Mergers and Acquisition analysis of EU Energy local or regional markets; Analysis of Madrid and or Florence process; Regional initiatives and EU wide regulations comparison; Governance of energy reforms- § -7. Energy Economics; Energy Management studies; Mechanism designEconometric analysis of energy price evolution; Economic modeling of energy market; analysis of EU CO2 market functioning; Economics of climate change for EU; New reforms of the Electricity regulation under climate change constraint; Energy poverty policy; Economics of biofuels; Nuclear risk evolution; Investments analysis; Portfolio management; Contracting issues in energy; Public provision of energy services; Auction analysisLooking forward to seeing you in Florence – Ciao e a presto!
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