Many countries have been required to re-think their energy security policies in light of current events, particularly those impacting the electricity sector. Fuel security, extreme weather events, lack of grid investment, power system flexibility and recovery from the covid-19 pandemic have emerged as key issues for policymakers around the globe.
There are many tools available to address these challenges – changes to power market design, new taxes, subsidies and regulations to name just a few. The Electricity Security Advisory Board will be a forum to aid the formulation of new electricity policies in both IEA member and non-member countries, bringing together global public and private stakeholders at regular intervals to discuss current pressing issues in electricity security and share approaches to managing these risks.
The event will start with a closed-door high-level meeting, featuring remarks from senior officials representing governments, regulators, system operators, industry and academia. This will be followed by the annual IEA-EPRI Challenges in Decarbonisation workshop, which will deepen and broaden the discussion of these key electricity security topics. This meeting will provide essential input to IEA activities on electricity security and market design.
The meeting will be informal in nature and held under the Chatham House Rule. Each session will be introduced by invited members of the Advisory Board and followed by a roundtable discussion. Attendance is by invitation only.
- Allison Clements, Commissioner, US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
- Tatsuya Shinkawa, Secretary General, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) Electricity and Gas Market Surveillance Commission, Japan
- Mechthild Worsdorfer, Deputy Director General for Energy, European Commission
- Arshad Mansoor, Chief Executive Officer, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
- Christian Zinglersen, Director, European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
- Anna Collyer, Chair, Australia Energy Market Commission (AEMC)
- Craig Glazer, Vice President – Federal Regulatory Affairs, PJM Interconnection
- Fabien Roques, Executive Vice-President, Compass Lexecon
- Leonard Meeus, Director, Florence School of Regulation
- Dominique Jamme, Director General, Commission de Regulation de L’Energie, France
- Aurore Lantrain, Senior Strategy Officer, EPEX SPOT
- Stephen Woodhouse, Director, AFRY
- Claire Dytka, Head of Markets, National Grid ESO
- Edwin Haesen, Head of System Development, entso-e
- Simon Benmarraze, Team Lead - Technology and Infrastructure, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
- Alejandro Hernandez, India and Global Opportunities Program Director, Regulatory Assistance Project
- Claire Nicolas, Senior Energy Economist, World Bank
- Tom Howes, Advisor, Green Transition and Market Regulation, European Commission
- Arnie Quinn, Chief Economist, Vistra Corp
- Daniel Cohan, Associate Professor – Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rice University
- Graham Weale, Professor of Energy Economics, Ruhr Universitat Bochum
- Jan-Horst Keppler, Senior Economic Advisor, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
- Ainhoa Anda, Senior Lead, Energy Strategy – Google