06 Jun 2017
09 Jun 2017

14th International Conference on the European Energy Market – EEM 2017

Der Lehrstuhl Energiewirtschaft der TU Dresden lädt zur 14. Internationalen Konferenz zum europäischen Energiemarkt ein. Diskutiert werden Fragen zum Energiemarkt, von mathematischen Formeln bis hin zur Klimapolitik.

The EEM is one of the largest and most well-established conferences in Europe, which for the last 14 years has been bringing together international representatives from science, industry and politics from different fields to discuss a wide range of issues related to energy markets. These include not only topics concerning methodological aspects of modelling, such as mathematical formulations and solution approaches, but also those related to market design, regulatory policies, climate change as well as debates about changes in policy and challenges that the energy sector is expected to undergo in the near and long term. It provides a common platform to discuss current challenges and solutions for (European) energy markets and to present new ideas. Therefore, a wide range of matters within and across sectors will be addressed.

Call for Papers

We kindly invite and encourage you to submit an extended abstract (maximum 6.000 characters; approx. 2 pages) related to one of the EEM 2017 conference topics by 27 November 2016 at eem2017.com/for-authors

The authors of accepted abstracts are requested to submit full papers by 15 February 2017. Further details can be found at the website in the categorie “For Authors”.

Papers will be published in IEEE Xplore. The working language of the conference is English, which will be used for all printed and electronic materials during presentations and discussions.
Further information is available at the conference website http://eem2017.com.


Persons wishing to attend the conference without presenting a paper can register by using the registration tool of EEM 2017 at the conference website (http://eem2017.com/registration).


  • Modelling and Simulation of Energy and Carbon Markets
    The assessment of energy systems and markets requires adequate tools and models. Therefore, the EEM provides a platform to present and discuss methodological aspects, e.g. technical and economic modelling of energy markets and systems, modelling uncertainty, economic analysis of energy prices, portfolio management, etc.

  • Infrastructure Development and Management
    Integrating the European Energy Markets as well as the expansion of renewable energies requires infrastructure development and management. This comprises topics such as grid expansion, ancillary services, congestion management, trading imbalances, etc.

  • Energy Systems and Market Design
    A chief objective of the European Commission is to significantly decrease carbon emissions by 2050. To achieve this target, considerable changes to policy measures in different sectors are needed. Therefore, topics such as capacity markets, market integration of renewable energies, ancillary markets, etc. are to be addressed.

  • Analysis of Natural Gas, Coal and Oil Markets
    Conventional fuels are of crucial importance for the energy supply in Europe. Within this session, topics addressing challenges and developments in these markets will be discussed, e.g. low fuel prices, the European Energy Union, regulatory aspects, liberalization and regulation of the European gas market, etc.

  • Aspects of Electricity Market Operation
    The growing share of renewable energies also leads to a great number of challenges related to operating the electricity market and system. In this session, these challenges as well as possible solutions will be discussed, e.g. local balancing areas and markets, trading imbalances, smart grids, power quality, etc.

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