European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC)
November 07, 2018. Berlin
The European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) is the only energy leaders conference that moves to a different European city every year, guaranteeing fresh content, discussion and participants with each new location. With the Energiewende, few places in the world possess as divisive an energy policy as Germany.
By providing European market insight and expertise in the context of the host country, the 2018 edition is the chance for the European energy value chain to capitalise on unique knowledge, access and networking that you can only find at EAGC.
Germany is leading the way in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the Paris accord. It has set itself very strict goals around energy efficiency, price competitiveness and citizen prosperity; marking out Germany as the centre of the energy debate.
Renewables, gas and coal form a triangle of competition and cooperation across Europe.
Against this backdrop, Berlin, the heart of German politics, is the obvious place to hold the 33rd Annual European Autumn Gas Conference.
“Power Trader”: The heart of the System Explore new markets, new tools, new opportunities… but also Regulation and Compliance!
The 4th international high level meeting in Athens, “Energy Commodities Conference 2018”, is going to take place on Thursday the 10th of May 2018. Based on the growing interest of attendees each year, ‘Trader’s role’ will be the focus of 2018 Conference along with the new opportunities and challenges arising and the new powerful tools for analysis and forecast that traders have in their disposal. The new environment consists of merging markets, new power exchanges and products co-existing with the current ones, new regulation and struggling compliance. This new exciting business field for power trading firms and its various aspects will be the focus of Energy Commodities Conference 2018.
In addition, the great asset of the Energy Commodities Conference of Athens is its contribution to Executives’ communication, and the great networking opportunities that it provides. The merge of business people coming from mature and (developing? merging) immature markets that take place in Athens the last four years has been the talk of the market. Trading Associations from the CEE and SEE region embraced this event and contributed significantly to its becoming a valuable meeting point once a year.