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The ETCSEE conference explored all major developments in the SEE and CEE power and gas traded markets. 

Over around 50 high-level speakers discussed the market design, power and gas prices, market forecasts, innovative products, technology in trading, and more.

ETCSEE21 is a wrap!



After a long period of not being able to meet and come together at the ETCSEE conference, ETCSEE took place in Prague, face to face on the 20th and 21st of October 2021.

The ETCSEE 2021 programme explored
•    Implications for the CEE and SEE region of the EU Climate Target Plan
•    Regional Power market insights from South Eastern Europe
•    Trading developments and market integration trends in Poland and the CEE/CSE regions
•    Regional gas market insights from Central Eastern Europe
•    Market functioning in the South Eastern European and Ukrainian gas market
•    Energy price drivers
•    What is the future for carbon markets and ETS in the energy community countries?
•    Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy in CSEE
•    Natural Gas Market Pricing and Trends
•    Regional Renewables markets

We are looking forward the next ETCSEE, this time in Budapest. Do you want to hear the updates about next year? 



Sneak peek about ETCSEE 2021

ETCSEE21 conference had an excellent pool of speakers.

Take a look at this list below:




ETCSEE Live Event

Digital Series

In Cooperation with ENLIT Europe, ETCSEE brings you online interviews, webinars and articles about the European Energy Markets, 365 days a year. This way, you can listen to our expert speakers whenever you want, wherever you want. 

Our interviews give an insight of what’s on the mind of our energy trading community, while in our interactive online sessions, we discuss the market design, power and gas prices, market forecasts, innovative products, technology in trading and more.


About Our Programme

  • "ETCSEE has always been the best conference for the energy trading quarters to learn recent developments and trends in Central and South Eastern Europe energy markets."
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