ICIS Power and Carbon Seminar

14-15 November, Eurostars Hotel, Berlin

EU power and carbon markets at a crossroad

A few years ago, power markets were largely driven by fundamentals. Will this be the same in the long run? Instead, will regulatory changes and climate legislation curbing thermal output be the decisive factors?

This year’s ICIS Power and Carbon Markets seminar will once again bring together the most relevant and up-to-date information on future trends, impact on the markets, key developments and potential growth opportunities for the markets.

Join ICIS market experts for this two-day seminar as they cover the most important factors affecting the power and carbon markets including topics such as:

  • Regulation impact on thermal generation: Coal phase-outs, carbon price floors and taxes on fossil fuel use all have a massive impact on market developments and power prices in Europe
  • Renewable capacity additions: With subsidy systems changing all over Europe and the first large-scale projects being built on a merchant basis, the timing and speed of renewable deployment is rapidly changing – capacity extension will be the driving factor for the supply side in the years to come
  • Carbon price developments: With EUA prices having tripled over the course of one year, carbon has increasingly become a driver for coal to gas fuel switching. With the EU ETS being reformed, will these increases continue and how quickly will we see gas capacity being fully utilised in Europe?

Spaces are limited, secure your complimentary place today »

Why should you attend the seminar?

  • Network with industry leaders, traders and analysts from different countries across Europe
  • Receive first-hand information from key market experts who will give their unparalleled insights on the markets
  • Gain insight into the impact of various scenarios on our power price forecast up to 2030

Meet the ICIS team attending

Philipp Ruf

Philipp Ruf

Director – EU Power & Carbon Analytics

Marcus Ferdinand

Marcus Ferdinand

Lead Analyst – EU Power & Carbon Markets

Matthew Jones

Matthew Jones

Senior Analyst – Power

Stefan Feuchtinger

Stefan Feuchtinger

Senior Analyst – EU Power & Carbon Markets

Anise Ganbold

Anise Ganbold

Senior Analyst – EU Power & Carbon Markets

Vija Pakalkaite

Vija Pakalkaite

Analyst – EU Carbon & Power Markets