Another enriching day of insightful presentations and discussions at the yearly NordREG Wholesale and Transmission Developments Seminar, which the Danish Utility Regulator, Forsyningstilsynet, hosted Thursday 23rd of November at the Hotel Park Inn by Radisson, Copenhagen Airport.
Kicking off the event, Director Birgitta Bundgaard from the Danish Utility Regulator, which holds the current chairmanship of NordREG extended a warm welcome to the participants and speakers. Birgitta highlighted NordREG’s significant efforts throughout 2023, including collaborative work on a paper outlining NordREG’s positions on the European Commission’s proposed reforms for the electricity market.
The day unfolded with presentations updating us on regulatory processes by various NordREG task forces. Under the theme “well-functioning future Nordic markets,” speakers from ACER, EEX, Nord Pool, Nordic TSOs, and Green Power Denmark then shared their insightful perspectives. A recurring topic was the forward market, with speakers offering interesting and fruitful insights on how to enhance its functionality.
The seminar was concluded with a thorough summary made by Director Antti Paananen from the Finnish Utility Regulator, which is poised to take over the chairmanship for the NordREG Presidency in 2024. He expressed gratitude to all presenters and participants, emphasizing their shared commitment to key topics surrounding wholesale and transmission developments in the electricity markets.
NordREG would also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all presenters and participants for valuable contributions. We are looking forward to our continued collaboration and progress.
The agenda and presentations can be found below: