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Alberto Pototschnig | Electricity Markets: The Wholesale Markets
 
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Florence School of Regulation Video Lecture, March 2013 Alberto Pototschnig (Senior Adviser at FSR and Director of ACER) speaks about the functioning of wholesale electricity markets. Quick Overview This lecture touches upon the following topics: Wholesale electricity market, EU Internal Energy market, trading of electricity, power exchanges, auction-based trading, continuous bilateral trading, congestion management, implicit capacity allocation, market coupling. ***To properly view this lecture please make sure to modify the quality on the lower right corner to at least 720p*** http://fsr.eui.eu -- Music "I Could Use Time to Just Chill With You" by Ben Seretan is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Understanding Basics of the Power Market
 
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Get an overview of the North American energy markets including how the power grid works, and managing supply and demand. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cmegroup Learn more: https://institute.cmegroup.com/ CME Group: http://www.cmegroup.com/ Follow us: Twitter: http://twitter.com/CMEGroup Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CMEGroup CME Group is the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace. The company is comprised of four Designated Contract Markets (DCMs). Further information on each exchange's rules and product listings can be found by clicking on the links to CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX.
Views: 24338 CME Group
Training M1: Electricity Market Concepts
 
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Overview, Electricity Markets, Electricity Market Equilibrium, Characteristics of Electricity
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Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM)
 
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An AVP primer on the Philippines' Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM)
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New England's wholesale electricity markets
 
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New England’s climate goals for carbon emissions reductions hinge on the transition from the domination of fossil fuels in electric power generation to the domination of low- and zero-emissions generators like wind, solar, and hydro. The wholesale electricity markets as currently designed will not send the price signals needed to achieve that transition, and it’s unclear whether they will be able to survive such a transition if the driving price signal is coming from outside the markets. This talk explores the innate incompatibilities between New England’s push towards clean energy and its current wholesale electricity market design at a time when regional, national, and global power markets alike are grappling with how to reconcile markets and public policy. This talk was presented on April 11, 2018 as part of the IHS Markit Seminar Series. 3 questions with Krich: http://energy.mit.edu/news/3-questions-new-englands-wholesale-electricity-markets Listen to this talk as a podcast: Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/new-englands-wholesale-electricity-markets/id1348837449?i=1000408863642&mt=2 Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Dc2ibxhaqwpr6lizhkar5vmxola?t=New_Englands_wholesale_electricity_markets-MIT_Energy_Initiative SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/mitenergy/new-englands-wholesale-electricity-markets More options: http://energy.mit.edu/podcast About the speaker: Abigail Krich is the founder and president of Boreas Renewables, LLC, a consulting firm serving renewable energy developers, owners, operators, and advocates. Krich specializes in the interconnection process, Forward Capacity Market, and wholesale electricity markets managed by the Independent System Operator of New England (ISO-NE) and actively advocates with ISO-NE and in the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) for electricity market rules and system planning that will allow for the integration of high levels of renewable energy. She currently serves as vice chair of the NEPOOL Variable Resource Working Group. Krich holds a Master of Engineering in electrical and computer engineering and a BS in biological and environmental engineering, both from Cornell University. ___ The MIT Energy Initiative is MIT’s hub for energy research, education, and outreach. Learn more at http://energy.mit.edu.
Views: 1643 MIT Energy Initiative
Unlocking the Benefits of Active Customer Participation in Wholesale Electricity Markets
 
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(May 21, 2012) Frank Wolak summarizes the results of a number of research projects for allowing electricity consumers to benefit from active participation in wholesale electricity markets. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Energy Seminar http://energyseminar.stanford.edu Precourt Institute for Energy: http://energy.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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European Union Energy Market Liberalisation
 
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Before the liberalization of the energy market, everything – production, import, storage, distribution, and trade – was in one hand. Monopolies charged their prices individually, so they were unjustifiably high. This video shows the full energy market liberalization from the beginning until now.
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EEX is the leading energy exchange in Europe. But how exactly does trading at EEX work?
 
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Shaping the energy landscape – that's what we do. Watch the video to see how EEX has developed since its inception in 2000: This video gives a general overview over the company and explains EEX's business. ►►Further information on the European Energy Exchange: http://www.eex.com ►► Twitter: https://twitter.com/eexgroup ►► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-energy-exchange-ag ►► Subscribe Deutsche Börse Group on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/deutscheboersegroup?sub_confirmation=1 ►► Twitter: http://twitter.com/deutscheboerse ►► LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/deutsche-borse Visit our website: http://www.deutsche-boerse.com
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An Introduction to Electricity Price Forecasting
 
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A variety of methods and ideas have been tried for electricity price forecasting over the last 15 years. This review series aims to explain the complexity of the available solutions, their strengths and weaknesses. This first part introduces the topic, the key terms and lays out the road ahead. Part 1 : https://youtu.be/D81Xh9FSjG8 Part 2 : https://youtu.be/JwuqZJJLcII Blog : http://www.energyanalyst.co.uk/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/EnergyAnalystUK Email : [email protected]
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Market design for electricity – Comparing the US and EU | Fabien Roques
 
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Fabien Roques, professor at University Paris Dauphine and senior vice president at Compass Lexecon, explains why electricity is a special good (e.g. non-storability, variability of demand, etc.) and why the design of market rules is so relevant to foster efficient behaviours by market players. Different solutions for designing power markets and coordinating them with power system operation are possible. The EU and the US represent two interesting examples. The former has developed a model based on transmission system operators (TSO), self-dispatch, separate reserves procurement and zonal pricing. The latter relies in most of the cases on independent system operators (ISO), centralised dispatch, co-optimisation of reserves and nodal pricing. Both approaches have advantages and disadvantages, long debated by academics and practitioners. Nevertheless, it is likely that the US approach is more appropriate for an electricity system with more and more intermittent renewables.
Electricity market explained by Fingrid
 
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Fingrid Oyj takes care of the functioning of the nation-wide high-voltage grid, the backbone of electricity transmission. We transmit electricity continuously from electricity generating companies to distribution network companies and industrial companies. We take care of the cross-border connections and promote the functioning of the electricity market. Fingrid makes sure that Finland obtains electricity without disturbances. Find out more about Fingrid: http://www.fingrid.fi Fingrid in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fingridfi Fingrid in Twitter: https://twitter.com/fingrid_oyj Fingrid in LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fing... Fingrid in Instagram: http://instagram.com/fingridoyj/
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Electricity trading arrangements
 
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Learn more about how the Great Britan Electricity Trading Arrangements work.
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Regional Electricity Markets – Seven Steps to a Single European Electricity Market
 
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Cross-border cooperation in energy is not a new idea. Historically, it is at the core of the development of the European Community. In 1951 France, West Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands decided to form the European Coal and Steel Community. They hoped that pooling vital natural resources would ‘make war not only unthinkable but materially impossible’. In 2014 the goals of cooperation in energy have changed. Member states seek to complete an internal energy market which will ensure competitiveness, sustainability and security of supply. As a small, peripheral market with a reliance on imported fossil fuels, Ireland has much to gain from the increased integration of energy markets in the EU. However, this must be a gradual process as member states remain reluctant to cede control of how they use the national energy resources which fuel their economies. Electricity remains one of last sectors without free trade in the EU. Therefore, in 2006 the European Regulators Group for Electricity and Gas (ERGEG) established seven regional electricity markets as an interim step toward a single European electricity market.1 The regional markets are as follows: 1. France-UK-Ireland, (FUI) 2. Central-East 3. Central-West 4. Central-South 5. South West 6. Baltic 7. Northern Ireland, operating as an all-island Single Electricity Market (SEM) since 2007, is part of the regional energy market covering the FUI region and cooperates with two of the biggest electricity producers in Europe: France and the UK. The governments, regulators and grid operators from these countries are working together to develop solutions for a regional market. While the target for the completion of the internal energy market is the end of 2014, Ireland has been granted an extension until 2016 to allow for transitional arrangements, due to the significant differences between the SEM and European market models. The incoming European Commission President, Jean Claude Juncker, has reaffirmed the priority of completing the internal energy market, emphasising the benefits of driving down costs and boosting growth. Meanwhile, in the wake of concerns about European energy security, the current Italian Presidency has argued that the completion of the internal energy market will increase member state solidarity, ensure safety of energy supplies and facilitate the integration of indigenous sources of energy, like renewables. However, completing the internal energy market by 2014 remains a sizeable challenge. Member states still need to increase interconnections and further harmonise their market rules. This video explains the role regional electricity markets are playing in meeting this challenge and the benefits they are expected to bring.
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I-SEM- a new wholesale electricity market for Ireland
 
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The I-SEM or Integrated Single Electricity Market is the new wholesale market for electricity for the island of Ireland which will replace the existing all-island Single Electricity Market (SEM) by the end of 2017. It has come about due to changes in EU legislation designed to harmonise cross border trading arrangements across all European electricity markets. The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) is managing the design of this new market. In September 2014 the CER published the high level design for the market and detailed design is currently underway. Presenters Laura Brien - Director, Energy Markets, CER A member of the senior management team, Laura has responsibility for retail and wholesale energy markets. She leads the CER team working with the Utility Regulator of Northern Ireland to redesign the all Island Single Electricity Market. Brendan O’Sullivan – Market Consultant, EirGrid Brendan has almost 30 years’ experience in the Irish electricity sector and has specialised in wholesale power markets for the last 10. Brendan is currently working on EirGrid’s project to support the implementation of the I-SEM in 2017.
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Wholesale Electricity Marketing & Trading Fundamentals
 
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Wholesale Electricity Marketing and Trading Fundamentals covers electrical utility wholesale marketing and trending. Wholesale Electricity Marketing and Trading Fundamentals is a 2-day training program and can be customized for different customers and markets. Audience: This course is designed for engineering project managers, engineers, and technicians from utilities who are interested to understand wholesale market and trading. Course Agenda: Electric Power Industry Producer, Transporter and Distributor Wholesale Electricity Markets Electricity Demand Regulatory Models Electric Power Markets: National Overview Wholesale Electricity Prices Markets and Features #Electricity is bought, sold and traded in wholesale and retail markets, which operate similarly to wholesale and retail markets for other products. The purchase and sale of electricity to resellers (entities that purchase goods or services with the intention to resell them to someone else) is done in the wholesale market, while the purchase and sale of electricity to consumers is done in the retail market. Call us today at +1-972-665-9786. Learn more about course audience, objectives, outlines, pricing. Visit our website links below. Wholesale electricity marketing and trading fundamentals https://www.tonex.com/training-courses/wholesale-electricity-marketing-trading-fundamentals/
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Executive Course to master Electricity Markets
 
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http://fsr.eui.eu/ The 2016 edition of the Florence School of Regulation's Executive Course to master Electricity Markets ran on the 18 & 19 January. Florence School of Regulation presents a new two-day course which will provide you with deep insight into the world of electricity markets. The FSR’s new 2-day Executive Course to master Electricity Markets discusses the micro-economics of wholesale power markets and their implications for energy policies. The course illustrates the efficiency properties of markets as well as their limitations. It covers the short-term dispatch, the long term supply and demand balance. Environmental policies and their impact on electricity markets will also be examined. Come to the Florence School of Regulation and find answers to these burning questions: What are the efficiency properties of electricity markets and their limitations? How should we manage congestion on the transmission network? What is the purpose of capacity mechanisms? How should we best design them? What is the impact of renewables on electricity markets in the short-term and the long-term? How should we design electricity markets to achieve multiple policy objectives? The course is conducted by: Thomas-Olivier Léautier ( Toulouse School of Economics, University of Toulouse Graduate School of Management, France) Fabien Roques (Compass Lexecon, University Paris Dauphine, France)
Case Example on Energy Markets: the UK Power Market by Steve Thomas
 
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Video lecture Case Example on Energy Markets: the UK Power Market Florence School of Regulation Video Lecture Steve Thomas, Professor of Energy Policy and Director of Research PSIRU, University of Greenwich
Shopping for Electricity
 
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What does shopping for an electric supplier mean? PUC educator Robin explains in this short video.
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Day-Ahead and Real-Time Markets in the CAISO: An Introduction to Operations" Chris Eshleman
 
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Abstract: In the ever changing environmental landscape the 21st century begins to shape, the need for dynamic and reactive electricity markets is a must. The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is in charge of operating two distinct, yet cohesive, markets on a day-to-day basis to create a functioning and dynamic electricity grid. The two markets are made up day-ahead and real-time which together ensure reliability and serve load. Energy and ancillary services products are bought and sold via the CAISO markets where generators and load serving entities bid and schedule supply and demand. Additionally, with public policy mandates, new types of generation technologies are required to be part of the grid, further adding to the complexity. In this primer, a basic understanding of the intricacies of both the day-ahead and real-time markets will be provided. Topics will include supply and demand, energy bid curves, historical pricing in each of the markets, how integration of renewables effect market prices, concepts of how each market is setup to operate and the future outlook on the CAISO.
What happens on a merchant trading desk—energy veteran, Brynne Kelly
 
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EP 099: What happens on a merchant trading desk—with energy veteran, Brynne Kelly My guest for this episode is Brynne Kelly; an electricity, natural gas, and crude oil trader who’s spent the majority of her career on merchant trading desks, for the likes of BP amongst others. She has also been a prop trader and has experience as a hedge fund portfolio manager. A few of the key topics we hit on include: Brynne’s responsibilities as head of trading desks, how she taught, trained and managed newer traders, and an overview for how Brynne trades relationships using fundamentals and macro trends. And plenty more. For many listening, much of this may not necessarily be directly applicable to your own trading, but you’ll get great insight to how things work from the merchant side. - - - - - - LINKS - - - - - - · Show notes: https://chatwithtraders.com/ep-099-brynne-kelly/ · More interviews: https://chatwithtraders.com · Free resources: https://chatwithtraders.com/resources · Sponsored by TradeStation: http://www.tradestation.com/ · Twitter: https://twitter.com/chatwithtraders · Facebook: http://facebook.com/chatwithtraders · Instagram: https://instagram.com/chatwithtraders_ · Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chat-with-traders · Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/chat-with-traders
Views: 6686 Chat With Traders
ITEM-Game (Investment and Trading in Electricity Markets Game)
 
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The Investment and Trading in Electricity Markets Game (ITEM-Game) gives the opportunity to understand the main features of liberalized electricity markets and the challenges faced by the market participants in their long term investment decisions and in their short term trading strategies. Each player of the ITEM-Game represents a power company which pursues a profit maximization strategy. In the context of the game investment and trading decisions are made interactively among players using a market simulator platform. The results of the game are based on the profit of each player, which results from the income of selling the electricity generated by its portfolio in the power pool and the costs associated with the generation, including investment costs, fuel costs and CO2 emission costs.
Views: 1357 ITEM Game
Wholesale Electricity Markets
 
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Wellinghoff says wholesale electricity markets are important to the viability of renewable energy sources. He noted that they also help improve the smart grid system.
Webinar Mexico Wholesale Electricity Market
 
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SENERThe Mexican Ministry of Energy (SENER) has now published an initial draft of proposed Market Guidelines (Bases del Mercado) for Mexico’s planned wholesale electricity market (WEM). Upon final approval, the Guidelines will establish design principles for the organization and operation of the WEM, to be managed by an independent system operator, the National Center for Energy Control (Centro Nacional de Control de Energía, or CENACE). The WEM is designed to foster competition and to attract private investment and expertise to the electrical sector.
GridSpeak Trading Platform
 
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Convergence Bidding Virtual Trading "Wholesale Electricity" Data Analytics Software As A Service SaaS "Electronic Trading Platform"
Electricity Prices in Europe
 
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The European Union wants to create a single energy market in Europe. The European Commission hopes that its Energy Union strategy will make the EU's energy supply more secure, affordable and climate-friendly. But the energy market is highly fragmented, and focused on national interests. The price that the average European household pays per kWh of electricity has risen from 12 cents in 2005 to 18 cents in 2014. However, the prices in individual countries varies significantly. In Bulgaria and Hungary, households currently pay around 10 cents per kWh. In Germany and Denmark, energy is three times more expensive. Factors that influence cost include a country's geographical location, energy resources, and world market prices. But energy policies are increasingly a significant factor. Energy subsidies are growing across the majority of countries in the European Union. Only Austria and Sweden decreased their subsidies from 2008 to 2012. The rest of the EU increased by 57%. Leading the way? Denmark and Greece, which increased subsidies by over 1000%, and Germany, which accounts for roughly 25% of all energy subsidies in the EU. But despite more subsidies, electricity prices are still increasing. While household electricity prices have risen by 50% from 2005 to 2014, the average price for industrial consumers has increased by 66%. These prices also vary significantly across the EU. In Germany and the Netherlands, prices for medium-sized industries have remained fairly stable, increasing by approximately 25%. In the United Kingdom and Poland, however, prices have gone up by as much as 100%. To build a successful Energy Union, the Commission has a tough job ahead of itself: harmonising the different national policies, building a transnational infrastructure, and getting member states to work together, towards a common goal.
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electricity trading strategies - fundamentals for energy trading market | energy trading strategies
 
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ABB in Ireland - The story of the all-island wholesale Integrated Single Electricity Market (I-SEM)
 
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More information: I-SEM - A new trading opportunity for suppliers in the Irish market: https://new.abb.com/enterprise-software/i-sem/articles/i-sem-a-new-trading-opportunity-for-suppliers-in-the-irish-market
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What is ELECTRICITY MARKET? What does ELECTRICITY MARKET mean? ELECTRICITY MARKET meaning
 
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What is ELECTRICITY MARKET? What does ELECTRICITY MARKET mean? ELECTRICITY MARKET meaning. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In economic terms, electricity (both power and energy) is a commodity capable of being bought, sold, and traded. An electricity market is a system enabling purchases, through bids to buy; sales, through offers to sell; and short-term trades, generally in the form of financial or obligation swaps. Bids and offers use supply and demand principles to set the price. Long-term trades are contracts similar to power purchase agreements and generally considered private bi-laterahkhl transactions between counterparties. Wholesale transactions (bids and offers) in electricity are typically cleared and settled by the market operator or a special-purpose independent entity charged exclusively with that function. Market operators do not clear trades but often require knowledge of the trade in order to maintain generation and load balance. The commodities within an electric market generally consist of two types: power and energy. Power is the metered net electrical transfer rate at any given moment and is measured in megawatts (MW). Energy is electricity that flows through a metered point for a given period and is measured in megawatt-hours (MWh). Markets for energy-related commodities trade net generation output for a number of intervals usually in increments of 5, 15 and 60 minutes. Markets for power-related commodities required and managed by (and paid for by) market operators to ensure reliability, are considered ancillary services and include such names as spinning reserve, non-spinning reserve, operating reserves, responsive reserve, regulation up, regulation down, and installed capacity. In addition, for most major operators, there are markets for transmission congestion and electricity derivatives such as electricity futures and options, which are actively traded. These markets developed as a result of the restructuring of electric power systems around the world. This process has often gone on in parallel with the restructuring of natural gas markets.
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Energy Premier (The future of electricity trading) - ICO
 
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Energy Premier (The future of electricity trading) Energy Premier is an online platform which allows users to get offers for supplying electricity from all interested licensed suppliers of electricity from their country. Energy Premier makes the whole process of getting bids for electricity faster, cheaper and more transparent. To Invest: https://tokensale.energypremier.com/ More information on the project ( Energy Premier ) please visit their website listed below:  WEBSITE: https://energypremier.com/en  WHITEPAPER: https://tokensale.energypremier.com/whitepaper.pdf  ANN THREAD: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3123642.0  TELEGRAM: https://t.me/joinchat/Hq0j1hDxZ3eRKFNo5f7oTw  FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/energypremier/  TWITTER: https://twitter.com/EnergyPremierTS Author • Bitcointalk username: cryptocat156 • Bitcointalk profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?act... • Telegram username: @cryptocat15 • Myetherwallet: 0xf3fc5b884b0337976f064b4ee471edf8a626396e Thank You!
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How to choose your electricity trader?
 
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Animation shows how to choose your electricity trader.
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Peer-to-peer solar energy trading coming soon to Bangkok from BCPG | World Finance
 
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BCPG Public Company started life as the green power business unit of Thailand's Bangchak Corporation. In September 2016, president Bundit Sapianchai led the company to a successful IPO on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Today the business has investments in solar, wind and geothermal production, with a goal of operating 1,000 MW of renewable energy by 2020. Bundit Sapianchai explains the company's current assets for wholesale production – and its strategy to pivot into retail. BCPG is creating a smart green energy community of pro-sumers: households with solar panels, generating and trading their own energy, peer-to-peer. For a full transcript visit: https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/peer-to-peer-solar-energy-trading-coming-soon-to-bangkok-from-bcpg For more World Finance videos go to https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
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Open Access:  The Path Forward on Wholesale Power Markets
 
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Acting Chairman LaFleur and Commissioner Honorable join Open Access to discuss the path forward after the May 1-2 technical conference on wholesale power markets and state energy policies. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission website: http://www.ferc.gov/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ferc.gov Twitter: https://twitter.com/ferc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fede... Disclaimer: Unless otherwise noted, the views expressed on these podcasts are personal views, and do not necessarily express the views of individual Commissioners or of the Commission as a whole. This podcast is a production of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Office of External Affairs, Leonard Tao, Director. Music: “Get Me Started” by juqboxmusic, courtesy Getty Images.
Quarterly Wholesale Market Update: January - March 2019
 
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Quarterly Wholesale Market Update for January - March 2019 by ERM Power. Executive General Manager Trading, David Guiver talks about what has happened in an eventful summer, the impacts of the Margin Loss Factors on the market and also shares some views on the Large-Scale Generation Certificate market. As Australia’s largest business-only energy retailer, ERM Power helps organisations make smarter choices to better manage their energy in today’s dynamic energy environment. We share insights to help you keep up to date with what's happening in the industry.
Views: 661 ERM Power
Supporting electricity trade with Quebec
 
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With peaks in electricity demand due to cold winters and hot summers, and surplus power at other times, Ontario shares power with its neighbours in Quebec. Bruce Power, as a supplier of 30% of Ontario's electricity, supports this trade agreement.
Views: 177 Bruce Power
Electrical Products and Accessories by Vinayak Electricals, Mumbai
 
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[http://www.vinayakelectricals.net/] Vinayak Electricals is manufacturing electrical products since 1997. Vinayak Electricals is manufacturing various electrical products like modular switches and general switches. We also manufacture other electrical household and industrial products like Electrical Switch, Indicator Switches, Multi Plug, all types of L.E.D. products, fitting and fixtures, MCB'S and various electrical accessories.
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405 Nature of Economic Activity- Trading
 
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Seventh Economic Census 2019 captures one of the most important aspect of an establishment or enterprise that is the nature of economic Activity. There are six types of nature of Economic Activity. These are :- a. Primary b. Manufacturing c. Electricity, Gas and water supply d. Construction e. Trading f. Services This video explains the fifth (5th) category i.e. Trading- related to Activities Trade is defined to be an act of purchase of goods and their disposal by way of sale without any intermediate physical transformation of the goods. Thus all the trading activities, both wholesale and retail (perennial, casual or seasonal) listed under NIC-2008 divisions 45 to 47 was treated as trade in economic census. The activities of intermediaries who do not actually purchase or sell goods but only arrange their purchase and sale and earn remuneration by way of brokerage and commission were also treated as trade. The activities of purchase and sale agents, brokers were also covered under Trade.
Why Attend POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa 2018 - Moefi Moroeng | NERSA
 
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Moefi Moroeng, Specialist: Electricity Wholesale Trading, NERSA and POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa Advisory Board member, lets you know "Why you should attend the 2018 Event".
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Wholesale Power Market Modeling Capabilities with SEER
 
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Watch this webinar for an overview of Genscape's new ERCOT SEER model - a proprietary, fundamentals-based price and power flow model platform.
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How is the price of electricity determined? How does the electricity market function?
 
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How does the electricity market function? How does electricity move from country to country? Why floods in Sweden affect the price of electricity in Finland? What is included in your electricity bill? What is Fingrid’s role in the Finnish electricity market and distribution? This video answers many questions about electricity. Fingrid Oyj takes care of the functioning of the nation-wide high-voltage grid, the backbone of electricity transmission. We transmit electricity continuously from electricity generating companies to distribution network companies and industrial companies. We take care of the cross-border connections and promote the functioning of the electricity market. Fingrid makes sure that Finland obtains electricity without disturbances. Find out more about Fingrid: http://www.fingrid.fi Fingrid in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fingridfi Fingrid in Twitter: https://twitter.com/fingrid_oyj Fingrid in LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fingrid-oyj Fingrid in Instagram: http://instagram.com/fingridoyj/ Video production: DeCo Media
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Energy Hearing on Financial Trading in the Electricity Markets (11/29/2017)
 
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The Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at 10:15 a.m. in 2322 Rayburn House Office Building. The hearing is entitled “Powering America: Examining the Role of Financial Trading in the Electricity Markets.”
The UK Electricity Network   Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Supply
 
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https://engineers.academy/ This video discusses the UK's electricity network and explains how it is divided into the generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity. You will learn how the High Voltage (HV) transmission network is maintained by National Grid PLC, whereas the MV and LV distribution networks are the responsibility of independent NDOs, or Network Distribution Operators. To find out more about our General Engineering HNC programme please visit: https://engineers.academy/product/level-4-general-engineering-hnc-full-online-distance-learning-qualification/
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How Retail Electricity Providers (REPs) Work: 2
 
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Why do we need an REP? The wholesale electric market can be extremely volatile. A REP steps in and provides demand procurement, buying expertise and handles risk management. REPs must possess the skill to buy at affordable rates rather than be subject to the pricing whims of the real-time electricity marketplace. For example, Bradshaw says, we’ve seen wholesale prices go up to as much as $9 per kilowatt hour.
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Electricity Market Design: Political Economy and the Clean Energy Transition
 
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In a November talk hosted by the MIT Energy Initiative, William Hogan, the Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, discussed his view that the clean energy transition exacerbates the tension between mandates and markets. Efficient electricity market design improvements are in competition with both command and control policies as well as the pressures of crony capitalism. The mistakes will be expensive, the transition will be delayed, and the outcome will remain uncertain. A great deal has occurred since the Energy Policy Act of almost 25 years ago; but a great deal remains to be done. This talk was presented on November 9, 2016 as part of the IHS Markit Seminar Series. About the speaker: William W. Hogan is the Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and Research Director of the Harvard Electricity Policy Group. He served on the faculty of Stanford University, where he founded the Energy Modeling Forum, and is a past president of the International Association for Energy Economics. Hogan's research focuses on the interaction of energy economics and public policy, with an emphasis on the restructuring of the electricity industry. He has worked to design the market structures and market rules by which regional transmission organizations coordinate bid-based markets. Selected papers are available at whogan.com. ___ The MIT Energy Initiative is MIT’s hub for energy research, education, and outreach. Learn more at http://energy.mit.edu.
Views: 4746 MIT Energy Initiative