Call for Papers
15 Sep 2010
Abstract Submission
15 Nov 2010
Abstract Notification
01 Dec 2010
Full Paper Submission
01 Feb 2011
Final Notification
15 Mar 2011
Early Regist. Deadline
11 Apr 2011
25-27 May 2011

1. Electricity market policies, structures and rules
Structure of electricity markets, Integration of electricity markets, Mergers and acquisitions, Energy policies, Security of supply, Power generation strategic planning, Regulation of transmission and distribution systems, Capacity and ancillary services markets, Market power and market strategies, Electricity markets modelling and simulation, Market monitoring
2. Transmission and distribution systems
System operation planning in market environment, Network congestion management, Ancillary services, Real time balancing, Inter TSO compensation, Crossborder trading and tariffs, Nodal pricing, Cost of losses, Power quality, Unbundling of distribution business, Last resort suppliers, Smart grid pricing, Long term grid planning
3. Power generation and renewable energies
Innovative generation technologies, Impact of renewable energies and distributed generation on networks, Real costs of renewable energies and DG development, Imbalances caused by renewable energies and DG, Local balancing areas, Local balancing markets, Trading imbalances, Incentives to investment in renewable energies and DG, Impact of renewable energies and DG on security of supply, Energy storage, Power plants, emission trading and CO2 mechanisms
4. Towards a fully functioning IEM
European regulation, Investments in the transmission system, Impact of new technologies on IEM (FACTS/HVDC), Merchant investments, Incentives for investments, Unbundling: ISO, TSO or ITO?, Cross-border issues, International coordination and co-operation, Stakeholders vision on future power systems
5. Gas, carbon and financial markets
Natural gas markets, CO2 emissions trading, CDM and JI, Green certificate markets, Risk management in energy markets, Futures, forwards and others derivatives in energy markets, Influence of the financial crisis on the energy market
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