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EDF’s planned restructuring goes on hold

The major restructuring of France’s majority government owned EDF is reported to hit a roadblock with the European Union.

A week full of Energy Markets discussions

From 14 to 17 June the digital Energy markets week shed some light on a wide array of energy trading related topics. The week kicked off with a discussion that evolved around the question of...

Energy blockchain R&D initiative introduced

The Lab has been launched to build out new functionality, services, development tools and other enhancements on the Energy Web tech stack.
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Is Europe’s energy market design fit for purpose?

Spoiler alert: yes, but with caveats, according to participants in Energy Markets Week 2021’s opening panel.
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Ed’s note: 6+1 ways to unlock flexibility

Editor Areti Ntaradimou describes six ways to unlock flexibility for the power grid and markets, but what would be the seventh way?

EU commits to inclusive transition with €17 billion fund

The European Council has adopted a regulation establishing a €17.5 billion ($21.3 billion) fund which will contribute towards making the green transition fair and inclusive.
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Ed’s note: Unlocking flexibility for power and gas

From 14-17 June, Enlit 365 and Energy Markets are going to give center stage to the power and gas markets and discuss ways to unlock flexibility.

Blockchain renewables marketplace for vulnerable countries announced

The Peace Renewable Energy Credit (P-REC) digital marketplace platform is planned to accelerate renewables development in fragile, energy poor countries.

Europe’s electricity markets in 2030 – design options

Europe’s TSO association ENTSO-E presents options for the design of the region’s electricity markets to meet 2030 climate objectives.

France and Great Britain lead demand side flexibility in Europe

The EU Demand Side Flexibility Market Monitor 2020 finds activities to varying degrees in the 21 mainly western European markets assessed.