Conference :
27th - 29th June 2018


Politechniki 4 Avenue,
Łódź, Poland





Extension of Deadline for Full Paper Submission


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EEM 2018 in Łódź has an official sponsorship of Marshal's Office of the Lodzkie Region.


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Keynote speakers

Jean-Michel Glachant
Florence School of Regulation, Italy

"European energy system and market development under new rules of Winter package"

Jean-Michel Glachant is the Director of the Florence School of Regulation and Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair at the European University Institute (EUI).

He took his Master’s degree and Ph.D. in economics at La Sorbonne in France.

He regularly advises European Commission and European energy regulators. 

He has been coordinator or scientific advisor of several European research projects (as: SESSA, CESSA, Reliance, EU-DEEP, RefGov, TradeWind, Secure, Optimate, THINK, Towards 2030, Promotion). He is a research partner in the CEEPR at MIT (USA), and the EPRG at Cambridge University.

His main research interests are the building of a common European energy policy (security of supply, renewable energy, and climate change policy), the achievement of the European energy internal market (design, regulation and competition policy), the industrial organization and market strategy of energy companies.
He has been first editor-in-chief of EEEP: Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (an IAEE journal) and a member of the Council of the International Association for Energy Economics. 

He is / has been on the editorial board of the journals: Energy JournalCompetition and Regulation in Network Industries, European EnergyLatin-American Economic ReviewAnnals of Public and Cooperative Economics, and Revue d’Economie Industrielle

Glachant has been a member of the “EU-Russia Gas Advisory Council” of former European Energy Commissioner Oettinger.

His last published books are: "Building Competitive Gas Markets in the EU" (Edward Elgar, 2013); ‎"The Manufacturing of the Markets" (Cambridge University Press, 2014); "Electricity Network Regulation in the EU: The Challenges Ahead for Transmission and Distribution” (Edward Elgar, 2018). 

He is extensively tweeting @JMGlachant (circa 38.4 K tweets).


Albert Moser
RWTH Aachen Univerity, Germany

"One European Electricity Market – Where do we stand?"

Albert Moser is the University Professor and the Head in the Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW) in the RWTH Aachen University. He is an author or co-author of over a 100 publications.

He took his master degree in Electrical Power Engineering in RWTH Aachen University, where he was further employed as a research assistant in the Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics. For two years he was working in Simens AG in Nuremberg and Minneapolis (USA). He gained his great knowledge of energy markets while working for nine years in the EEX European Energy Exchange  AG. Since 2010, he is the Managing Director in the Research Association for Power Systems and Electricity Economics (FGH e.V.) in Mannheim and Aachen. Prof. Albert Mosel is a Member of Scientific and Technical Advisory Boards in: Innogy SE, 50 Hertz, TenneT and BNetzA. He is also a Member of Scientific and Technical Societies such as: IEEE, CIGRE, VDE, ETG and FNN.

Athanasios Krontiris
Global Product Specialist HVDC Connections, ABB

"High-Voltage Direct Current transmission: enabling single EU energy market"

Athanasios (Thanos) Krontiris received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in the Technical Univeristy of Darmstadt, Germany. He has graduated from the National Technical University of Athens. In 2011 Thanos Krontiris started his career in  ABB. He has been working with grid integration studies for several HVDC projects before taking over the Leader Engineer responsibility for HVDC tenders. He is currently working as product manager for HVDC connections, with special focus on HVDC Back-to-Back systems. 

For four years he has been a Treasurer in The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE).

Liutauras Varanavicius
Director of Strategy Departmant, Litgrid

"Litgrid Lithuania Synchronizing the Baltic power system with ENTSO-E"

Liutauras Varanavicius has a master’s degree in business management.  Liutauras is serving in the position of the strategy department director at Lithuanian electricity transmission operator LiTGRID since September 2013. He is the main person at leading and managing project of Baltic States synchronization with Continental Europe Networks from 2013 until today. Additionally, Liutauras Varanavicius under nomination of Lithuanian energy minister is chairing a national committee on network codes implementation in Lithuania.

Władysław Mielczarski
Lodz University of Tehchnology, Poland

"Energy Revolution or Evolution"

Władysław Mielczarski is a Life Professor in Electric Power Engineering nominated by the President  of Poland in 2002 for his achievements in liberalisation of power supply industry in particular the design of the Polish electricity market structure and rules for planning and operation of the balancing markets. He has published 10 books and over 150 journal and conference papers including books published by prestigious publishing houses such as Springer Verlag– Heidelberg and Nova Science Publishers in New York.

He received his degree in Electrical Engineering, at the Technical University of Lodz in 1973. He worked for two years as an engineer in the power supply industry before he became a PhD student in 1975. After three year study he received a PhD degree and joined the Institute of Electric Power Engineering at the same university as a Lecturer. In 1987 he was awarded a DSc degree (habitation) and received a post of Associate Professor.

Between 1991–1992, he worked as a Lecturer at Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Western Australia. In 1992, he won a competition for a post of Associate Professor at Monash University in Melbourne. During his work at the Monash University, he was involved in the introduction of electricity markets in the state of Victoria and the National Australian Electricity Market. Between 1997 and 2001, he worked as a consultant to Ontario Hydro Technologies on various projects aiming at the introduction of the electricity market in Ontario.

In 1999-2000, he designed the structure of the Polish Electricity Market. The project was approved by the Polish government and implemented in 2001 and 2002. In 2000 he worked out the balancing market rules for planning and operation of the Polish power system and implemented them in the form of computer programs (LPD & GMOS). The systems were commissioned in September 2001 and still operate in the Polish power systems. In 2004 he was involved in the preparation of the “Energy Policy” approved by the Polish Parliament in January 2005. In 2005 – 2006 he took part in the preparation of the “Program for the electricity supply industry” approved by the Polish government on 28 March 2006.






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The Patron of the 15th International Conference on the European Energy Market 2018 is the ENERGA Group. The conference is supported within CSR strategy of the ENERGA Group.


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IEEE Power & Energy Society



The Lodz Branch of the Polish Association of Electrical Engineers

Ministry of Energy

European Energy Institute

Lodz University of Technology

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