Capacity mechanisms - Does the US experience have any meaning for Europe?

Capacity mechanisms are currently in process or under debate in many EU member states, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

They also have a long history in the US. Have they delivered their promises? What are the lessons learned? And what relevance does the US experience have for the EU?

Please, see below the presentations of the meeting:

Recent EU developments on capacity markets, Fabio Genoese, Research Fellow, CEPS

Chasing Adequacy: Selected lessons from US (and Australian) experience with "capacity remuneration mechanisms", Michael Hogan, Senior Advisor of the Regulatory Assistance Project

Energy Climate House event in cooperation with CEPS.

19
March 2015
Thursday
09:30-15:00

Capacity mechanisms - Does the US experience have any meaning for Europe?

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19
March 2015
Thursday
09:30-15:00
CEPS