Critics slam 'loophole' as Germany's EEX launches new power and gas instruments
Exchange mergers will "simplify the picture" for power traders, says Conil-Lacoste
Market operators should focus on customer needs
Power grid operators and capacity mechanisms seen as impeding cross-border trade
Capacity mechanisms are not the right answer to renewables, says EEX’s Köhler
Implementation will only increase uncertainty, argues EEX COO
Exchange group positions itself for growth at home and abroad
Collective price determination should have an impact on renewable subsidies
Cleartrade Exchange acquisition based on greater prospects for growth in Asian commodity markets
Debate continues to rage about the merits of clearing, with some market observers arguing that the benefits of using central counterparties are outweighed by the precipitous costs involved. But such criticisms fail to take the full burden of over-the-counter...
Financial regulation, low volatility, flattened prices and the integration of regional markets have put European electricity trading in a state of flux. That poses threats and opportunities for power exchanges – and some industry observers say it could...
Short-term fixes give rise to uncertainty, in contrast to long-term change needed to rescue the ETS, say firms
A shortening horizon
Management board of European Commodity Clearing brought into line with parent company
A winning formula
Energy Risk Awards 2012
Individual participants in the European power markets need to be proactive on clearing if they are to avoid enforced mandatory limits, according to chief executive officer of the European Energy Exchange (EEX) Hans-Bernd Menzel.