Energy Weather Conference 2015, 22./23. Septmeber 2015
We would like to thank all of our participants and speakers for a great conference with very interesting presentations and active discussions!
The third Energy Weather Conference once again served as an exchange platform of practice-oriented knowledge for the energy and meteorology sectors. Participants and speakers represented among others: TSOs, trading houses, gas- and electricity suppliers, research facilities and European weather services (private and public).
A variety of practice-oriented topics on grid operation, trading, as well as the generation and storage of renewable energies were discussed. The presentations were held by top speakers from the following companies and institutions:
50Hertz Transmissions ABB ConWX Deutscher Wetterdienst energate Gasmarkt
Energy Weather E.ON Global Commodities EuroWind FfE
Gasversorgung Süddeutschland Powel AS Repower AG
Varta Storage Vattenfall ZSW
Impressions and Media Coverage of the last Energy Weather Conferences
“Very good selection of talks. Excellent speakers. Interesting discussions.”
Dr.-Ing. Serafin von Roon Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft mbH
“The variety of topics gave a good review of technical, economical and prognostic aspects. The discussions with the speakers and participants were inspiring!”
Dr. Volker Recknagel Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, Berlin
Joris Brombach, EWC Weather Consult GmbH
“Good mixture of applicants and forecast providers."
Dr. Dominique Ernst TenneT TSO GmbH
“Good overview and sound presentations."
Renate Hagedorn Deutscher Wetterdienst
“Interessting presentations - great organization."
Marcel Horstmann Markedskraft Deutschland GmbH
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