About the Conference
This autumn TBM is staging the 9th annual Electricity Price Modelling & Forecasting event which this year will certainly be the most interesting ever, naturally focusing on the huge issues of geo-political and economic uncertainties, volatility and renewables mix
How are global geo-political and economic uncertainties impacting your electricity pricing strategies
How will increased volatility impact your electricity price forecasting strategies?
How confident are you of your hedging strategies?
Today’s hugely volatile environment poses massive challenges to utility companies, especially to modelers, forecasters, traders and analysts. The key question, of course, is how to make reliable models and forecasts when the market is so volatile and constantly changing.
This TBM Evolution event will enable participants to discuss the most poignant challenges to try and identify the most effective strategies, methodologies and models for electricity price forecasting for the short, medium and long term.
Director of Finance for the Energy Market Research Centre
Director Risk Analysis and Deputy Chief Risk Officer
Main Data Scientist, AI Developer
PROF. FLORIAN ZIEL
Assistant Professor for Environmental Economics, Economics of Renewable Energies
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany