The energy crisis is putting Europe under great pressure. Current developments are unprecedented in the history of both the single market in gas and electricity, and European institutions and member states have been pressed to act rapidly to contain the impact of the energy crunch, while calls for longer-term market reform have intensified.
On Tuesday 11 October between 14:00-17:00 CET, CERRE will host a public, hybrid workshop on the impact of the crisis on wholesale markets at the University Foundation. This will be the opportunity for CERRE academics Catherine Banet, Nils-Henrik von der Fehr, Michael Pollitt and Bert Willems to present some of the findings from their latest report on the topic, to be released as part of our ongoing research project on the future of market design.
We will then discuss, in two sessions, the economic, social and legal implications of the short-term intervention and medium-term reform proposals that have been put forward with representatives from regulatory bodies, industry and European institutions and agencies.
The event will be live-streamed on CERRE’s YouTube channel. Viewers will also have the chance to ask questions during the event.
If you can’t join us live, then the event will be available on the CERRE YouTube channel afterwards.
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Albéric Mongrenier heads up the Energy & Sustainability and Mobility practice at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), working with the CERRE members and European policymakers on sustainability issues across the board.
Before joining CERRE, Albéric worked in an international consulting firm, where he specialised in global public affairs programmes and campaigns across a wide range of sectors and countries. Prior to that, he spent several years in the Middle East and Central Asia working in economic intelligence, as a journalist and as an independent advisor in the energy sector.
A French national, Albéric studied energy and defence policy at Sciences Po, Paris, and MGIMO University, Russia.