Renewables and power markets must be brought together

Collective price determination should have an impact on renewable subsidies

Steffen Koehler - EEX

All participants on an electricity exchange share something in common – an interest in power, or in prices in general. At the same time, many of these companies come from different backgrounds. An exchange involves thousands of people from all walks of life - be they financial traders, power marketers, producers or consumers – and all these people have access to various pools of information that they individually interpret.

What else but an exchange is able to incorporate and manage all this

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