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Session I: States, markets, and climate

2nd Feb 2023; 8 am to 10 am (EST)

Discussant: David Hess, Vanderbilt University

  1. Daniel Breslau, Thomas Reverdy, and Ronan Bolton. Welcome and introduction.
  2. Janette Webb. The Efficient Markets Hypothesis and Energy Efficiency in British Energy Markets
  3. Cristian Pons-Seres de Brauwer. The Politics of Market Change towards Sustainability: Revisiting Germany’s Policy Support Framework for Renewables
  4. Aleksansra Lis-Plesińska. Predictions of electricity prices as embedded devices for coordinating European futures

Session II: Market design

2nd Feb 2023; 10.30 am to 12.30 pm (EST)

Discussant: Jose Maria Valenzuela, University of Oxford

  1. Marie Byskov Lindberg. The Nordic approach to long-term trading – European forward markets revisited?
  2. Georg Rilinger. The Organizational Roots of Market Design Failure
  3. Julia Kirch Kirkegaard, Trine Pallesen, Tom Cronin. Civilizing the Californian electricity market and the tragedy of (entangled) commons
  4. Thomas Reverdy, Thibaut Fonteneau, Gilles De Bizet. Market design and regulation for demand side management and renewable electricity self-consumption in France: the discipline of competition

Session III: Customers and citizens

3rd Feb 2023; 8 am to 10 am (EST)

Discussant: Catherine Grandclement, EDF

  1. Darcy Parks. Digitalization for the win-win? Comparing the promises of new entrants and incumbents in electricity markets
  2. Alison Kenner, James Adams, Morgan Sarao. When inopportunity knocks: On alternative energy and markets of dispossession in Philadelphia
  3. James Adams, En/Countering Petro-racial Capitalism: A Transversal Approach to Just Energy Transition in Austin, Texas

Session IV: Energy commodities

3rd Feb 2023; 10.30 am to 12.30 pm (EST)

Discussant: Koray Caliskan, Parsons School of Design, The New School

  1. Trine Pallesen, Peter Karnøe, Susse Georg, José Ossandón. Making good economies with bad economic instruments: A brief history of wind power’s economization
  2. Nancy Brett, Narratives of Natural Gas in the Biogas Story
  3. Başak Saraç-Lesavre, Assetization of nuclear waste in the United States