The European Energy Exchange (EEX) develops, operates and connects secure, liquid and transparent markets. EEX holds 50 percent of the shares in EPEX SPOT SE, which operates the Spot Market for Power for Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland. The German and French Derivatives Market for Power is concentrated within EEX Power Derivatives GmbH, a majority-owned subsidiary of EEX with registered offices in Leipzig. Furthermore, EEX offers spot and derivatives trading in natural gas and CO2 emission allowances as well as trading in financial coal futures. EEX Group also includes European Commodity Clearing AG (ECC), the central clearing house for energy and related products in Europe.
EEX publishes paper on energy-policy cornerstones
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is intensively contributing to the debate on the implementation of the energy turnaround in Germany. From its perspective as the leading market platform for energy, EEX has published a paper which outlines the key energy policy cornerstones, commenting on questions relating to the further development of power market design, the integration of renewable energies and the future of European emissions trading. In this context, a market based energy policy, which should also be aligned to Europe, forms the benchmark and the guiding principles for EEX.
EEX, EPEX SPOT and Powernext Support Measures Against VAT Fraud in Power and Gas Trading
At tomorrow’s European Council (22 May 2013), the heads of state and government will discuss an anti-VAT fraud package that inter alia covers measures against VAT fraud in power and gas trading. EEX, EPEX SPOT and Powernext welcome this legislative proposal tabled by the European Commission and strongly support the joint position of nine European associations from the power and gas sector.
CO2 Panel Discussion: “The European Carbon Market in 2012”
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) recently hosted a Panel Discussion on “The European Carbon Market in 2012” for journalists in Brussels – right at the heart of European policy making. In particular, the discussion considered the current state of the EU ETS, asking whether its effectiveness is at stake at current price levels, and whether this is a case for political intervention (e.g. for a “set-aside” of emission allowances).
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EEX: NCG Futures to be migrated onto PEGAS on 27 June2013/06/18 The European Energy Exchange (EEX) continues to migrate its natural gas products onto PEGAS, the EEX and Powernext common exchange platform. From 27 June 2013 onwards, the EEX 10 MW Gas Futures... > more
EEX: The Market and Europe are the Key Factors for a Suc-cessful Energy Turnaround – EEX publishes paper on energy-policy cornerstones2013/06/18 The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is intensively contributing to the debate on the implementation of the energy turnaround in Germany. From its perspective as the leading market platform for... > more
EEX Expands Access to its Markets via FFastFill’s network2013/06/12 The European Energy Exchange (EEX) and FFastFill have signed an agreement enabling market participants to access the EEX product suite through the software provider’s multi-broker network... > more