Universität Campus Essen, September 9-10, 2020

9th INREC 2020 - Uncertainties in Energy Markets

Current information on event planning under uncertainty due to the corona virus

Herewith, we would like to inform you that we are closely monitoring the current situation regarding the corona virus. After careful consideration, we have decided to host this year's INREC on September 9th and 10th. However, we reserve the right to replace the well-known 2-day format with physical attendance by a completely digital version without attendance if necessary. In this case the conference fee would be reduced to 20€.


This allows us to provide a platform for exchange on scientific work even in these difficult times.


Please be assured that we will of course follow the recommendations and instructions of the relevant authorities in our planning and will reassess the situation at regular intervals.


The current timeline in brief:

  • Deadline abstract submission: 08.06.2020
  • Abstract admission notification: 06.07.2020
  • Notification on conference format (online/offline): 06.07.2020
  • Early registration deadline: 20.07.2020

If you are interested in participating in INREC 2020 and/or have further questions, please contact mail@inrec.com.


For up-to-date information on the type of event please check our homepage

Conference Objective

This conference seizes the occasion to investigate the various sources of uncertainty and risk in the energy field along with the latest methodological developments to cope with them. Contributions from all areas of energy-related research in economics, finance, engineering, social sciences and mathematics are welcome.

Conference Topics
  • Energy forecasting and modelling
  • Risk measurement and management
  • Energy innovations & energy markets
  • Energy policies and economic impact
  • Fluctuation of renewables and load flows
  • Energy data and digitization
  • Stochastic processes in energy
  • Financing energy infrastructure
  • Regulation and regulatory risk
  • Low carbon energy futures
  • Valuation of physical assets
  • Alternative climate policies
  • Commodity prices and world economy
  • Energy market (dis-)equilibria
Further Information

The conference is jointly organized by the House of Energy Markets and Finance.


2020 Call for Papers


Main contacts:
Prof. Dr. Christoph Weber
Prof. Dr. Florian Ziel
Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Kiesel


The conference language is English.