Date & time
Back to the Event Calendar 2017.
About the event
MKonline stages a series of half-day conferences, An Afternoon with MKonline. The aim is to provide you with convenient access to high-quality market analysis, on topics relevant to your everyday work “right now”.
Mark your calendar for the upcoming event in the Netherlands as a part of this conference series.
Registration and price for this event
No registration fee for up to three participants per company. The registration is binding. No-show fee of EUR 190 if a registered participant cancels participation less than 48 hours prior to the event.
|14:00 –14:15||Welcome||Carsten Focke-Wenzel,
|14:15 – 15:00||Long Term Power Wholesale markets.||Olav Botnen, MKonline Senior Analyst.|
|15:00 – 15:15||Short break|
|15:15 – 16:00||Presenting Complete Forward
Mkonline’s new Plexos based medium term forecast for power models developments and prices.
|Dr. Carsten Trapp, MKonline Analyst.|
|16:00 – 16:30||Coffee break|
|16:30 – 17:15||Developments and tendencies on the European and German intraday market.||Dr. Blazej Radomski, MKonline Senior Analyst|
|17:15||End of the workshop.
We invite all participants for refreshments.
|Olav J. Botnen is a Senior Analyst at MKonline. He holds a Master of Science from the Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU). He joined Markedskraft in 1995, where he has been instrumental in building up MKonline’s analysis. His main focus is European power price forecasting, including fuel and emissions markets monitoring.|
|Dr. Carsten Trapp is an analyst at MKonline. He holds a PhD in Energy Engineering from Delft University of Technology. Carsten joined MKonline in 2015 and is responsible for short-term power market analysis and the development of medium-term power price models. His interests are in European power markets, statistical analysis and time series modeling, and optimization of economic dispatch & capacity expansion.|
|Dr. Błażej Radomski is Head of Analysis Germany at MKonline. Coming from academia he joined Markedskraft in 2008 and is since then working with analysis of electricity markets, modeling of fundamental and price forecasting models, statistics, econometrics and technical analysis.|