The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is the central exchange trading platform for power, gas, CO certificates, coal and related products in Europe. Our markets directly reflect political and regulatory decisions. This applies, in particular, with regard to the prices which are established as a result of supply and demand, and are published and, therefore, have a far-reaching reference effect. As a result, exchange trading on EEX safeguards price transparency throughout Europe.
Against this backdrop,we want to try and use this policy newsletter to build a bridge between Berlin and Brussels, between the German energy turnaround and the 2030 framework for climate and energy policy in Europe.
This newsletter is specifically intended for those working in the political and regulatory spheres.
Aims of the Policy Newsletter:
- In every issue we want to concentrate on specific points and to introduce analyses and positions being taken on selected energy policy subjects – including giving an overview of the current EEX standpoints.
- In addition, one specific aspect of energy trading will be selected and explained in more detail under the heading "What is what?”.
|30/08/2017||Issue 2/2017 (490 KB)|
|03/02/2017||Issue 1/2017 (232 KB)|
|22/07/2016||Issue 1/2016 (306 KB)|
|24/11/2015||Issue 3/2015 (448 KB)|
|22/07/2015||Issue 2/2015 (462 KB)|
|22/05/2015||Issue 1/2015 (502 KB)|
|17/12/2014||Issue 3/2014 (372 KB)|
|30/06/2014||Issue 2/2014 (1 MB)|
|26/03/2014||Issue 1/2014 (430 KB)|
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