Day 1 - Wednesday, September 15, 2021:
|Time||Stream: Energy Markets||Stream: Forecasting / Trading|
|10:30||Joining the virtual conference rooms|
|10:45||Welcome & Introduction|
|11:00||Keynote Speech 1:|
Prof. Simon Dietz (London School of Economics)
"WHat are big corporations doing on climate change?"
|12:50||Joining the virtual conference rooms|
|Session Title: Demand Response / Agent-Based Modelling||Session Title: Trading|
|13:00||Speaker: Christoph Fraunholz (KIT) – Risk Aversion in Capacity|
Expansion Planning: An Agent-Based Simulation Study
Discussant: Johannes Kochems
|Speaker: Andreas Schroeder (ICIS) – EU Emissions Trading at Crossroads|
Discussant: Ofelia Bonesini
|13:40||Speaker: Johannes Kochems (DLR) – Integrating demand response|
into an agentbased model of the German electricity sector
Discussant: Oliver Ruhnau
|Speaker: Thomas Walther (University of Utrecht) - Common Drivers of Commodity Futures|
Discussant: Andreas Schroeder
|14:20||Speaker: Oliver Ruhnau (Hertie School) – The responsiveness of|
the aggregate electricity demand to wholesale electricity prices
Discussant: Christoph Fraunholz
|Speaker: Ofelia Bonesini (Paris Dauphine) – A McKean-Vlasov game of com-modity production, consumption and trading|
Discussant: Tom Dudda
|15:00||Virtual Coffee Break|
|15:15||Joining the virtual conference rooms|
|Session Title: Gas Markets||Session Title: Forecasting I|
|15:20||Speaker: Markos Farag (University of Cologne) – On the Effect of Political Economy on the Global Natural Gas Market|
Discussant: Giovanni Micheli
|Speaker: Bartosz Uniejewski (University of Wroclaw) – Smoothed Quantile|
Regression Averaging. A novel approach to probabilistic forecast
of Electricity Price
Discussant: Ria Grindel
|16:00||Speaker: Christoph Halser (NTNU) – Natural gas pricing on three continents: A review of gas-oil relationships|
Discussant: Markos Farag
|Speaker: Ria Grindl (Fraunhofer) – Forecasting of the ID3-Price using|
limit orderbook data
Discussant: Bartosz Uniejewski
Speaker: Giovanni Micheli (University of Bergamo) – Long-term expansion planning of integrated electricity and gas systems with high shares of renewables and bidirectional energy flows
|Speaker: Annika Kemper (University of Bielefeld) - The Market Price of|
Risk for Electricity Swaps
|17:20||End of Day 1|
Day 2 - Thursday, September 16, 2021:
|Time||Stream: Energy Markets||Stream: Forecasting / Modex Ensaves|
|Session Title: Energy System Modeling|
|09:00||Speaker: Lars Nolting (RWTH) – How to adequately model security of electricity supply in Germany in the context of energy transition and liberalization|
Discussant: Giuseppe Orlando
|09:40||Speaker: Giuseppe Orlando (University of Bari) – Modelling the industrial production of electric and gas utilities through a generalized Chen-type three-factor model|
Discussant: Lars Nolting
|10:20||Virtual Coffee Break|
|10:40||Keynote Speech 2:|
Thomas Dederichs – (Head of energy policy at Amprion GmbH)
|11:40||Joining the virtual conference rooms|
|Session Title: Best Paper Award||Session Title: MODEX-EnSAVes I – Insights from model comparisons|
|11:50||Speaker: Lisa Taruttis (University of Duisburg-Essen) – Estimating the impact of energy efficiency on housing prices in Germany: Does regional disparity matter?|
Discussant: Julian Studt
|Speaker: Alexandra Märtz (KIT) – How to integrate real-world user behaviour into models for the market diffusion of alternative fuels in passenger cars – an in-depth comparison of three models for Germany|
|12:30||Speaker: Julian Studt (University of Braunschweig) – Electricity Spot Price Forecast: In Depth Analysis of Different Machine Learning Methods|
Discussant: Lisa Taruttis
|Speaker: Songmin Yu (Fraunhofer) – Systematic intercomparison of bottom-up building stockmodels for the|
long-term diffusion of heating technologies in the German building sector
|14:00||Joining the virtual conference rooms|
|Session Title: Flexibility Modeling||Session Title: MODEX-EnSAVes II – Insights from model comparisons|
|14:10||Speaker: Matthias Hadlak (TU Braunschweig) – Optimized Schedule-Based Operation Planning of Flexibilities|
Discussant: Matthias Stark
|Speaker: Florian Zimmermann (KIT) – Systematic comparison of high-resolution electricity system modeling approaches focusing on investment, dispatch and generation adequacy|
|14:50||Speaker: Matthias Stark (HTW Berlin) – Regional merit order curves - incentives of regionally required flexibility within a Germany-wide price zone|
Discussant: Matthias Hadlak
|Speaker: Steffi Misconel (TU Dresden) – Model coupling and com-|
parison of development pathways for flexibility options and their
impacts on critical electricity supply situations
|15:30||GEE Best Paper Award Presentation|
|16:00||Keynote Speech 3:|
Prof. Hamid Zareipour (University of Calgary)
"Grid transformation: lessons from history to imagine a future grid"
All concurrent session speakers will have approximately 40 minutes (including discussion - e. g. 30 min talk, 10 min discussion) to present their paper.
Simon Dietz, London School of Economics and Political Science
Simon Dietz is an environmental economist with particular interests in climate change and sustainable development. He has published research on a wide range of issues and works with governments, businesses and NGOs on topics of shared interest, such as carbon pricing, institutional investment, and insurance. Simon is based at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where he is Professor of Environmental Policy in the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, and the Department of Geography and Environment. He is also co-editor of the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Vice President of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, a CESifo Research Network Fellow, a Principal consultant at Vivid Economics, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and research lead for the Transition Pathway Initiative.
His research interest are decision-making under uncertainty, questions of equity/social justice within and between generations, the links between economic growth and the environment, international environmental agreements.
For more information see his website.
Simon Dietz will giva a keynote with the title 'What are big corporations doing on climate change?'.
Thomas Dederichs, Amprion GmbH
Thomas Dederichs received a degree in industrial engineering and a degree in electrical engineering from the university of Aachen (RWTH Aachen). He is currently Head of Energy Policy at Amprion GmbH, one of the four transmission system operators in Germany. Previously, he worked as a senior expert at innogy SE and was Head of Energy Networks and European Regulatory Management at the German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW).
Thomas Dederichs will giva a keynote with the title 'Systemvison 2050'.
Hamid Zareipour, University of Calgary
Dr. Zareipour received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Waterloo in 2006. He is currently a Professor with the Department of Electrical and Software Engineering at the University of Calgary. Dr. Zareipour’s research focuses on the operation, planning and economics of electric energy systems in a competitive electricity market environment. In particular, he is interested in the integration of non-conventional technologies (e.g., energy storage, wind/solar power and hydrogen) into electricity markets, utility business models, and the applications of data science in electricity markets. He is the current Chair of IEEE Power and Energy Society’s Working Group on Energy Forecasting, the past Chair of IEEE Working Group on Business Models for Energy Storage, a member of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)’s Energy Storage Integration Council, and a contributor to the International Energy Agency’s Initiative on Modeling Energy Storage for Simulation Optimization of Energy Systems. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
For more information see his website.
Hamid Zareipour will give a keynote on 'Grid transformation: lessons from history to imagine a future grid'.