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Electricity trade with Ukraine set for gradual reopening

Continental Europe’s transmission system operators (TSOs) have confirmed the technical pre-conditions for the gradual reopening of the trade.

Energy Transitions Podcast: Energy Trading – how do you achieve maximum agility?

Mark shares insight into EDF UK’s work and how agile energy trading plays a key role in supporting energy transition goals.
Keynote speakers about energy trading at ETCSEE

Ed’s note: Why this year’s ETCSEE matters more than ever

Areti Ntaradimou emphasizes why the topics discussed at ETCSEE 2022 are more important than ever and the event is worth attending.

China’s State Grid to pilot renewable trading on blockchain

The initiative has been launched by China’s National Development and Reform Commission to promote the construction of “a new power system”.

Tesla eyes energy trading market opportunity

Tesla is looking for the market expertise to build a new team focussed on energy trading and market operations.
p2p electricity

How peer-to-peer electricity trading can benefit communities and grid management

The benefits of P2P electricity trading, including investment costs, bills, resilience, congestion, mini-grids, energy access, and more.
solar energy trading and blockchain

Tata Power unveils blockchain-enabled solar trading for Delhi customers

Tata Power, in partnership with India Smart Grid Forum and Power Ledger, has launched a first-of-its-kind peer-to-peer solar energy trading project in Delhi.
energy pricing

Shell strengthens position in renewables trading with Next Kraftwerke acquisition

Subject to approval by the regulatory authorities, Shell will acquire 100% of Next Kraftwerke’s shares.

Blockchain energy trading initiative launched in Germany

The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is funding a three-year project to investigate use of blockchain in energy trading.
power exchanges

Brexit temporarily decouples GB’s energy trading from European power exchanges

As a result of Brexit, Britain's internal and cross-border trading has been temporarily decoupled from European power exchanges.