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22 - 23 Oct 2018 Paris Time Workshop — Berlin, Germany

Future Energy Market Designs: Research and Innovation Needs




Executive Summary 


Welcome, introduction and setting the scene


1. Opening remarks
Johannes Kerner, Energy Research, German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

2. A new energy research programme for the German Energiewende: the role of future energy markets?
Johannes Kerner, Energy Research, German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

3. Introduction to the EGRD
Birte Holst Jorgenson, EGRD Chair

Session 1: Challenges, obstacles and risks on the way to a low-carbon society
Moderator: Atsushi Kurosawa

4. Tracking Clean Energy Progress
Carrie Pottinger, Programme Manager, Technology R&D Networks

5. Insights on planning for power system regulators
Andreas Jahn, Senior Associate, The Regulatory Assistance Project

6. Smart grid transitions – Experiences from the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN)
Dr. Werner Friedl, Head, Integrated Energy Systems, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

Session 2: New technologies and future business models
Moderator: Carrie Pottinger

7. VPP and P2P power transaction using blockchain technology
Mr. Fumiaki Ishida, General Manager, Energy Use Technology Laboratory, Kansai Electric Power Company

8. P2P energy trading using block chain
David Shipworth, UCL , DSM TCP interim Chair

9. Demand response tools & new business models for energy cooperatives‌
Dr. Armin Wolf, FLEXCoop

10. Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF) Fintech innovations
Prof. Georg Erdmann, Energy Systems, Berlin Institute of Technology




Session 3: Energy transition: showcase regions
Moderator: Birte Holst-Jorgensen

11. Smart energy showcases - digital agenda for the energy transition (SINTEG)
Markus Graebig, Project Leader, Wind Node Project 

12. Towards a renewable energy system
Dr. Susanna Supper, Cluster Manager, Green Energy Lab, Energy and Environment Agency of Lower Austria

13. Experimenting with Law and Governance for Decentralized Electricity Systems: Adjusting Regulation to Reality
Imke Lammers, Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability (CSTM), University of Twente
Lea Diestelmeier, Department of European and Economic Law, Groningen Centre of Energy Law, University of Groningen

14. Living lab for new energy technology: Bornholm, Denmark
Prof. Jacob Ostergaard, Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

Session 4: Energy market design: towards R&D policies and decision making
Moderator: Herbert Greisberger

15. Analysing flexible energy systems
Dr. Alexander Zerrahn, German Institute for Economic Research

16. Market design and regulation during the transition to low-carbon power systems: policy recommendations
Stefan Lorenczik, Electricity Analyst, International Energy Agency

17. Singapore RDD&D and policies to transform and decarbonising the energy system and energy markets
Ho Hiang Kwee, National Climate Change Secretariat, Strategy Group, Prime Minister’s Office

18. Scaleable technologies, business models, societal challenges – and energy R&I
Hans-Günther Schwarz, Strategic Programme Coordinator, Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology

Final discussion and wrap up
Moderator: Johannes Tambornino

19. Discussion: Workshop summary and R&D recommendations




Members’ meeting 9h-12h00 (by invitation only)