General Assembly elects Karol Peršolja as new Board member

Brussels, 24 October 2016 | In an extraordinary election, the General Assembly of Europex elected Karol Peršolja, General Manager at Borzen, the Slovenian Power Market Operator, as the new member of the Europex Board. Mr Peršolja replaces Ireneusz Łazor who recently resigned from TGE, the Polish Power Exchange, and complements the Europex Board currently consisting of Pieter Schuurs (ICE Endex & Europex Chairman), Jean-François Conil-Lacoste (EPEX SPOT), Egbert Laege (Powernext), Mikael Lundin (Nord Pool) and Pedro J. Mejía Gómez (OMIE). On behalf of the General Assembly, Pieter Schuurs, Europex Chairman, congratulated Mr Peršolja on his election and thanked him for
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1st Europex Policy Lunch: The Market Integration of Renewables in the Context of the New Energy Market Design

Venue: European Parliament, Paul-Henri-Spaak building, Room number: P1C047 Date: 11 October 2016 Speakers: European Parliament: Mrs Martina Werner (MEP, Member of the ITRE Committee) European Commission: Mrs Marie Donnelly (DG ENER, Director Directorate C — Renewables, Research and Innovation, Energy Efficiency) Europex: Mr Borut Rajer (Director of Operations at Borzen, the Slovenian Power Market Operator, and Head of the Working Group for Environmental Markets at Europex) Moderator: Mr Christian Baer (Secretary General Europex) Key Europex statements: Renewable Energy Sources (RES) should be integrated into the market. All production units should, proportionally to their size and technical ability, be put on an
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Leading European associations call for changes in EU regulation to foster consumer choice and transparency in electricity market

Brussels, 6 October 2016 | In the light of the upcoming revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II), seven  leading European associations are calling for a change in the way electricity products are differentiated and consumer choice in the electricity market is supported at EU level. In a liberalised and constantly changing energy market consumers should have a choice in the type of energy product they wish to consume. Although many achievements have been made in developing a pan-European energy market, some areas of improvement remain. One is the EU regulation supporting a tracking system for electricity production – the Guarantee
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