Registration and Submission
Please visit https://www.conftool.com/inrec2019/ to register for conference participation.
Dates and Deadlines:
- Early registration deadline: July 31, 2019
- The conference language is English
- The standard participation fee is 180€
- There are reduced fees for full-time students (90€), as well as an early registration discount of 30€
Please visit https://www.conftool.com/inrec2019/ to submit a Paper. Contributions from all areas of energy-related research in economics, finance, engineering, social sciences and mathematics are welcome.
Dates and Deadlines:
- Abstract submission deadline: June 23, 2019
- Abstract admission notification: July 14, 2019
Special Issue in International Journal "Energies"
Speakers will have the opportunity to submit a paper for consideration in a special issue of the Journal “Energies”. Selected Papers will be published in a section, titled "Uncertainties and Risk Management in Competitive Energy Markets."
The journal "Energies" is a monthly open access scientific journal published by MDPI. The journal publishes original papers, review articles, technical notes and letters to the editor.
If you want to apply for the special issue, please submit your full paper until 15.09.2019.
GEE Best Paper Award - INREC 2019
This year GEE will again award one of all submitted papers. If you would like to have the opportunity to win this year, please submit your full paper until 15.09.2019.
Review: GEE Best Paper Award 2018
At the INREC 2018, the GEE awarded the "GEE Best Paper Award" during a Best Paper Session. The prize was awarded to all submitted conference papers.
The three finalists presented their papers during the afternoon programme personally. The finalists were:
- Christoph Heilmann (TU Munich) with the paper "Deferring distribution grid investments with V2G technology in systems with high decentral renewable generation",
- Grzegorz Marcjasz (Wroclaw University of Technology) with the thesis "Probabilistic electricity price forecasting with NARX networks: Combine point or probabilistic forecasts?”
- Dr. Bjarne Steffen (ETH Zurich) with the paper "The Dynamics of financing renewable energy assets: A quantitative analysis for Germany".
Finally, Dr. Bjarne Steffen prevailed among the finalists, whose work was developed in collaboration with Florian Egli and Prof. Dr. Tobias S. Schmidt, who are part of the Energy Politics Group (EPG) of ETH Zurich.
Members of the top-class prize committee were:
- Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Kiesel (House of Energy Markets and Finance)
- Prof. Dr. Christoph Weber (House of Energy Markets and Finance)
- Jun. Prof. Dr. Florian Ziel (House of Energy Markets and Finance)
- Prof. Dr. Stein-Erik Fleten (Norwegian University of Technology and Natural Sciences (NTNU))
- Dr. Martin Robinius (GEE board member)
All social events are free for participants.