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How auctions could help reform the energy systems of the future

The energy system of the future will look quite different to what we have today. Renewable and district heating must expand, hydrogen will be a more widespread energy carrier and the transport sector needs to be transformed. At the same time, the electricity system needs to adapt to increasing shares of variable renewables and private companies require green electricity.

These requirements imply that current public policy support in the form of renewable energy auctions is likely to evolve over the coming years.  How might auctions change, and how might they be used to enable the development of zero carbon energy systems beyond renewable electricity?


The webinar will present findings from the AURES II report: “The Future of Auctions” and will cover opportunities, restrictions and challenges for auctions in electricity, heating and cooling, hydrogen and transport, as well as integrated auctions.


The Agenda

List of the presentation: click on the links to download

Auctions for renewable electricity – what to expect? (Bridget Woodman– University of Exeter)

Auctions for heating and cooling – a promising instrument? (Jenny Winkler – Fraunhofer ISI)

Hydrogen auctions – Applying RES auction expertise to renewable hydrogen support (Pia Kerres – Guidehouse)

Auctions for the support of charging infrastructure – Decarbonisation of the transport sector (Vasilios Anatolitis –
Fraunhofer ISI)

Integrated auction approaches (Bastian Lotz – Guidehouse)

Here you can also download all presentations.

Participation in the workshop is free. To register, please go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2570981861575862285


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