The Horizon 2020 project TradeRES – Tools for the Design and Modelling of New Markets and Negotiation Mechanisms for 100% Renewable European Power System held its second public workshop, on 28 November 2022.
The second TradeRES workshop aims at bringing together different views on some of the main research and development questions related to the project, including discussions on wholesale market design, retail markets, ancillary services, system adequacy, sector coupling, and congestion management. The valuable insights to be gathered and the discussion conclusions will be used to complement and improve the project ideas and vision. Consequently, the workshop outcomes will be reflected in the market designs currently under development so that the different perspectives and needs can be incorporated into TradeRES comprehensive market designs.
(All times in CET)
13:00 – Welcome and Contextualization of the Main Challenges to Ensure the Intensive, Efficient, and Secure Use of Renewables in Electricity Markets and Power Systems | Zita Vale, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
13:20 – Impact of the Dynamic Operation of interconnection Lines in Market Splitting at MIBEL | Ana Estanqueiro, Hugo Algarvio, National Laboratory of Energy and Geology, Portugal
13:40 – Trading in Local Energy Market: Flexibility and Resilience | Goran Strbac, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
14:00 – Energy Communities – Research Theory and Practice | Esther Mengelkamp, MK consulting, Germany
14:40 – Break
14:50 – Management of Local Flexibilities in Distribution System Operation | Hugo Morais, Lisbon University, Portugal
15:30 – Challenges and market design choices for a sustainable electricity market | L.J. (Laurens) de Vries, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
15:50 – Efficiency of Nodal Pricing in the Short- vs. the Long-term – An Investor’s Perspective | Clemens Cremer, Energy Baden-Württemberg AG, Germany
16:10 – Round table
16:50 – Closing Session
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement 864276