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A New Era in European Power Trading - The HC Insider Podcast
- Apr 7, 2021 5:11 pm GMT
In this episode, Laurent Segalen, clean energy banker, trader, investor, and co-host of the Redefining Energy Podcast, joins us to discuss European power trading.
Why is there a resurgence in power trading? Where are the opportunities now and, in the future, and who will be participating?
We follow the story of power trading in Europe from the salad days of the 2000s driven by deregulation, through to the low price-doldrums of the 2010s, to the present day and beyond in the era of energy transition. What will generation, batteries, the grid and trading look like? What role will Hydrogen, digital platforms and blockchain play? Laurent guides us through it all.
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