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.
Press Workshop in the framework of E-world 2013
On Tuesday, 5th February 2013, EEX hosted a press workshop in the framework o fthe fair E-world energy & water in Essen.
In the workshop entitled "Power Market Design in View of the Energy Turnaround" the panelists presented their viewpoints about the market design and solutions for current challenges.
The following persons attended the panel:
- Dr. Oliver Koch, European Commission, DG Energy, Head of Unit, Internal Market II: Wholesale markets, electricity & gas
- Dr. Christoph Maurer, Managing Director Consentec GmbH
- Peter Reitz, Chief Executive Officer of EEX
- Dr. Tobias Paulun, Director Strategy & Market Design EEX and Member of the Board EPEX SPOT
The press event was moderated by Martin Czakainski, editor-in-chief of "Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen".
In the following you fill find some pictures from the event. Please enlarge by clicking on the respective picture.
|© Jürgen Jeibmann Photographik, Leipzig|
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