6th AIEE Energy Symposium
Current and Future Challenges to Energy Security

the energy transition, a pathway from low carbon to decarbonization –

14-16 December, 2021

5th AIEE Energy Symposium
Current and Future Challenges to Energy Security

– energy perspectives beyond COVID19 –

15-17 December, 2020

We offer a comprehensive program, with Plenary sessions and keynote presentations, and several concurrent sessions. These include traditional presentations, lightning talks, discussions, and interacting.

Our event will have the same structure because as the previous editions, because we want the Virtual Conference to feel as much like an in-person event as possible.

Virtual conferences might lack the intimacy of a physical gathering, but they democratize access offering the attendees the possibility to connect with each other providing an interactive, collaborative networking, information-sharing and manly the same benefits as on-site events with less cost and less risk. The shift to online gatherings is part of a larger trend in reimagining experiences centered on human interaction at a time when large gatherings are mostly banned.

We solicit presentation through a Call for papers, just as for the previous conferences.
Concurrent sessions will be organized from accepted abstracts. The range of topics proposed for submission is not limited, the authors may be encouraged by the Programme Committee to organize also specific sessions on topics different from the ones indicated below, for which you are cordially invited to send us your proposals.

Conference programme
of the 6th AIEE Energy Symposium on Energy Security 2021

UTC +1 – Central European Time (CET) – ITALY

Tuesday – December 14, 2021

 

15:30-17:00Opening Welcome Address
(h 15.20-15.30 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 15.30-17.00) 

G.B. Zorzoli, AIEE President, Conference General Chair  
Matteo Di Castelnuovo, Associate Professor SDA Bocconi School of Management, President of the Programme Committee
Carlo Di Primio, AIEE Past President, Steering Committee Chair
Carlo Andrea Bollino, Honorary President AIEE and Chair of the Organization Committee

Keynote speakers:          

Majid Al Moneef, Chairman of the International Advisory Committee of King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
Lucile Dufour, Senior Policy Advisor, International Institute for Sustainable Development – IISD, Canada
Fereidoon Sioshansi, President Menlo Energy Economics, USA

 


Wednesday – December 15, 2021

 

09.00 -10.30 virtual concurrent sessions  (1h.30′ each)
(h 08.50-09.00 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 09.00-10.30)

1. Energy markets – case studies
Chair: Michele Governatori, Energy Programme Lead, ECCO, Italy

Appraisal of Nigeria’s energy planning: prospects for sustainable development
Presenter: Olasunkanmi Olusogo Olagunju, University of Lagos 

Authors: Olasunkanmi Olusogo Olagunju, Maryam Quadri, Olufemi Saibu, Oladayo Akintunde; Isaac Nwaogwugwu

Assessment of the French capacity mechanism: a market tool guaranteeing power security of supply?
Presenter: Guillaume Gonzales and Jean-Baptiste Arnoux, RTE Réseau De Transport D’electricité, Power System Economy Direction, France
Authors: Guillaume Gonzalez, Jean-Baptiste Arnoux, Jules Parolin

The Impact of Electricity Outages on Health Outcomes of Children in Kyrgyzstan
Presenter: Yermone Sargsyan, Institute of Economic Studies Faculty of Social Science Charles University Prague, Czek Republic
Authors: Yermone Sargsyan

2. Energy transition and transformation
Chair: Anna Creti, Professor, Université Paris Dauphine, France

Energy transition funds: the Indonesian context
Presenter: Edi Sewandono, School of Strategic and Global Studies Universitas Indonesia
Authors: Edi Sewandono, Muhamad Revindo

Iran’s Hydrogen Investment Potentials towards Smooth Energy Transition
Presenter: Mohammad Hassan Hassan zadeh,  Shahid Beheshti University, Iran

Authors: Fazel M. Farimani, Soroush Rahmatian and Mohammad Hassan Hassan zadeh

Electrification of the hard-to-abate chemical sector: implication for Net-Zero power systems in Europe
Presenter: Clément Cabot, Mines ParisTech, France
Authors: Clément Cabot, Manuel Villavicencio

3. Current Gas Market Dynamics
Chair:

Incentive Schemes to Eliminate Natural Gas Flaring & Venting
Presenter: Giacomo Benini, Stanford University, UK
Authors: Giacomo Benini, Valerio Dotti

The methane supply chain, from production to transport and consumption, in the light of the EU strategy
Presenter: Carla Mazziotti, National Research Council, Italy
Authors: Carla Mazziotti, Vincenzo Delle Site

Solidarity measures: assessment of strategic gas storage coordination among EU member states on EU natural gas supply resilience
Presenter: Marzia Sesini, Chaire Economie du Climat, Université Paris-Dauphine, Institut Europlace de Finance, France
Authors: Marzia Sesini, Sara Giarola, Adam D. Hawkes

Retail price convergence across EU electricity and natural gas markets
Presenter: Consuelo Rubina Nava, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
Authors: Consuelo Rubina Nava, Ernesto Cassetta, Maria Grazia Zoia

4. Electricity vehicles and smart mobility
Chair: Peter D. Lund Professor in Advanced Energy Systems, Aalto University, Finland

Optimize urban traffic through vehicle-to-grid price system
Presenter: Marina Bertolini, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Author: Marina Bertolini, Marco Agostini, Massimiliano Coppo, Giulia De Matteis

Optimizing a company fleet of electric vehicles under technical and societal uncertainties
Presenter: Lukas Gnam, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Authors: Lukas Gnam, Markus Schindler, Christian Pfeiffer, Markus Puchegger


Electric vehicles participation in load frequency control of an interconnected power system is not sustainable
Presenter: Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong, China
Authors: Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar and Shauhrat S. Chopra

10.40 -11.40Dual Plenary Sessions (1h each)
(h 10.30-10.40 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 10.40-11.40)

EU towards 2050 and the energy security concerns

Chair: Livio de Santoli, Professor Sapienza University of Rome, Deputy Rector for Energy Policies, President of FREE Coordination (Coordination of Renewable Sources and Energy Efficiency), Italy
speakers invited:
Marco Falcone, Public and Government Affairs Manager, Esso Italiana, Exxon Mobil Group, Italy 
Silvia Pariente-David, Consultant on energy and climate change and Senior advisor – Center for Mediterranean Integration, World Bank, France 
Alicia Mignone, Senior Energy Advisor, MAECI and Ex President of the IEA Committee on Energy Research and Technology, Italy

Regulatory challenges and market developments

Chair: Guido Bortoni, Past President, Italian Energy Authority – ARERA
speakers invited:
Fabrizio Falconi, Energy Regulation Coordinator – Regulatory Affairs Area, Utilitalia -Federation of the Italian Utilities, Italy
Jean Michel Glachant, Director of the Florence School of Regulation and the Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair
Ozge Ozden, Secretary General ELDER ‐ Association of Electricity Distribution, Turkey

11.50 -13.20virtual concurrent sessions  (1h.30′ each)
(h 11.40-11.50 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 11.50-13.20)

5. Carbon pricing and collaborative governance for de-carbonization
Chair: Nicola Sorrentino, University of Calabria, Italy

Can a Joint Energy and Transmission Right Auction deliver well-functioning long-term cross-border electricity market in Europe?
Presenter: Diyun Huang, University of Leuven, Belgium
Authors: Diyun Huang, Geert Deconinck

Carbon Contract for Differences for the development of low-carbon hydrogen in Europe
Presenter: Coline Metta-Versmessen, Chaire Economie du Climat, France
Authors: Corinne Chaton, Coline Metta-Versmessen

The European Commission proposal for reaching -55% GHG reductions by 2030 in the journey towards climate neutrality
Presenter: Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission DG JRC, Italy
Authors: Paolo Bertoldi

6 . Energy efficiency in buildings
Chair: Federico Santi, University of Rome La Sapienza,Italy

Energy efficiency of buildings: a simple but accurate way to perform calculations
Presenter: Giuseppe Dell’Olio, GSE, Italy
Authors: Giuseppe Dell’Olio

The extent of barriers and drivers to energy efficient retrofits in residential sector: A bibliometric analysis
Presenter: Janez Dolšak, School of Economics and Business, Slovenia
Authors: Janez Dolšak

Energy efficiency as a key factor for the sustainability pathway of organizations. The case of the European Space Agency ESA-ESRIN in Rome
Presenter: Francesco Castellani, Studio Santi, Italy
Authors: Francesco Castellani, Maria Carmen Falvo, Federico Santi, M. Della Fornace

Energy efficiency improvement strategies for important historic buildings used as offices. A case study in Rome
Presenter: Alessandro Pelliccia, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy
Authors: Federico Santi, Francesco Castellani, A. Zuppa, V. Di Prospero , L.D. Antonuzzi, R.A. Acri

7 . Renewable Energy markets
Chair: Max Rinck, Max Rinck, Head of “New Concepts and Technologies” at VIK e.V.

Assessment of renewable energy sources impact on Nuclear power: The case of France
Presenter: François Benhmad, Montpellier University, France
Author: François Benhmad, Jacques Percebois

Renewable energy proliferation for energy security: role of cross border electricity trade
Presenter: Amit Prakash Jha, LM Thapar School of Management, TIET Patiala, India
Authors:Amit Prakash Jha, Sanjay Kumar Singh, Aarushi Mahajan

Comparing social costs of decarbonization: electrification versus green fuels (biomethane)
Presenters: Francesco Gullì, Bocconi University, Italy
Authors:Francesco Gullì, Maurizio Repetto

Techno-economic analysis of a blockchain-enabled rooftop solar photovoltaic based peer-to-peer energy market using agent-based model
Presenter: Animesh Singh, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Authors: Animesh Singh, Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar, Shauhrat S. Chopra

8 . Energy distribution and energy storage
Chair: Lucia Parisio Visconti, University Biccoca, Italy

Impact of incentive regulation for battery sizing and management
Presenter:Angelo Facchini, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy
Authors:Angelo Facchini, Alessandro Rubino, Alfonso Damiano

Dynamics of power markets and competition
Presenters: Ionut Purica, Hyperion University /Advisory Center for Energy and Environment, Romania
Authors: Ionut Purica

The value of flexibility: a cost benefit analysis of Merlin project
Presenter: Karim Anaya, University of Cambridge, UK
Authors: Karim Anaya, Michael G Pollitt

13.20 -14.20Break

14.30 -16.00 – Dual Plenary Sessions (1h.30 each)
(h 14.20-14.30 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 14.30-16.00)

Energy industry challenges to a low-carbon economy, the RES and gas role in the transition

Chair: Carlo Di Primio, AIEE President, Italy
speakers invited:
Alessandro Lagostena, Head of Energy and Environment Studies ERG, Italy
Simone Nisi, Head of Institutional Affairs Edison, Italy
Ahmet Türkoğlu, CEO – Energy Exchange Istanbul (EXIST), Turkey
Andrea Zaghi, General Manager Elettricità Futura, Italy
Massimiliano Mannino, Shell Energy, Italy Country manager *
* to be confirmed

Sustainable mobility challenges for the transition targets

Chair: G.B. Zorzoli, AIEE President Italy
speakers invited:
Amela Ajanovic, Professor, Associate Professor, Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology (TU WEIN), Austria
Mariarosa Baroni, President NGV Italy
Francesco Naso, General Secretay MOTUS-E member of the European Platform for Mobility, Italy
Franco Del Manso, International Environment Affairs Manager, President of UNEM – Energy Union for Mobility, Italy *

 

16.10 -17.40 virtual concurrent sessions (1h.30′ each)
(h 16.00-16.10 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 16.10-17.40)

9 . Energy efficiency, the efforts to achieve net-zero climate goals
Chair: Çelik Çiğdem, Professor İstanbul Okan University, Turkey

Increasing block rate electricity pricing and propensity to purchase electric appliances: evidence from a natural experiment
Presenter: Salim Turdaliev, Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Czek Republic
Authors: Salim Turdaliev

Co-movement between Commodity and Equity Markets Revisited – An Application of the Thick Pen Method
Presenter: Sania Wadud, The University of Aberdeen, UK
Authors: Sania Wadud, Marc Gronwald, Robert B. Durand, Seungho Leen>

Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in the Transition to Net-Zero Emissions: Collective Implementation and Distributional Impacts
Presenter: Sigit Perdana, EPFL, Switzerland
Authors: Sigit Perdana, Marc Vielle

COVID and exercise of market power in electric markets
Presenter: Carlo Andrea Bollino, University of Perugia, Italy
Authors: Carlo Andrea Bollino

10. The Biofuels, hydrogen and other sustainable technologies: current situation and alternative scenarios
Chair: Antonio Geracitano, RSE, Italy

Energy, Economic, and Environmental Accounting for Biomass Fuels in Ethiopia
Presenter: Amsalu Woldie Yalew, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Author: Amsalu Woldie Yalew

Liquid alternative fuels for transport decarbonisation: meeting the fit-for-55 goals
Presenter: David Chiaramonti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Authors: David Chiaramonti, Carlo Cambini, Matteo Prussi, Chiara Ravett

H2 pipelines? Not a new issue: the Snam experience
Presenter: Luca Bacchi, Snam, Italy
Authors: Luca Bacchi, Giampaolo Annoni, Marino Crespi

11. Current Oil and Coal Market Dynamics
Chair: Davide Tabarelli, President NE Nomisma Energia, Italy

Estimating upstream oil production cost for optimized oil allocation: the Nigeria case
Presenter: Kaase Gbakon, Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Authors: Kaase Gbakon, Joseph Ajienka, Joshua Gogo, Omowumi Iledare

Who refines oil and why: disentangling investment decisions from countries and companies
Presenter:Olivier Massol, IFP School, France
Author: Olivier Massol, Arthur Thomas, Quentin Hoarau

Strategic co-optimization on the Italian day-ahead and ancillary services markets: implications for the phase out of coal and for the path towards carbon neutrality
Presenter: Federico Pontoni, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Italy
Authors: Federico Pontoni, Annamaria Zaccaria, Ilaria Livi, Edoardo Somenzi

Oil price forecasting with some genetic algorithm variable selection model
Presenter:  Krzysztof Drachal, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland
Authors: Krzysztof Drachal

12. The role of nuclear power in energy transition
Chair: Giuseppe Zollino, Professor University of Padua, Italy

An Analysis of Electricity Decarbonization in Japan with Nuclear and Renewable by Long-term Optimal Power Generation Mix Model considering Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Presenter: Hotaka Minatomoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Authors: Hotaka Minatomoto, Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

Economic viability of nuclear power plants in India – a cost benefit analysis
Presenter: Ankita Sangle, Vishwakarma University, Pune, India
Authors: Kakali Mukhopadhya, Ankita Sangle

Thursday – December 16, 2021

09.00 -10.30virtual concurrent sessions   (1h.30′ each)
(h 08.50-09.00 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 09.00-10.30)

13. Energy security and sustainability
Chair: Nevenka Hrovatin, Professor School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Energy security: towards a new model
Presenter: Nikolai Mouraviev, Abertay University, UK
Authors: Nikolai Mouraviev

Evaluating the effect of energy technology choices on linkages between sustainable development goals
Presenter: Magdalena Klemun, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Authors: Magdalena Klemun, Sanna Ojanperae, Amy Schweikert

Blockchain-enabled dynamic grapevoltaic farms for selected wine risk regions on a global level and the potential opportunities for symbiotic industrial networks
Presenter: Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Authors: Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar, Shauhrat S Chopra,

14. The Electricity market: risks and opportunities
Chair: Elena Fumagalli, Assistant Professor, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development,
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

The responsiveness of the aggregate electricity demand to wholesale electricity prices
Presenter: Tarun Khanna, Hertie School, Germany
Authors: Tarun Khanna, Oliver Ruhnau

Bidding and Investment in Wholesale Electricity Markets: Pay-as-Bid vs Uniform-Price Auctions
Presenter: Yueting Yu, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Author: Yueting Yu, Bert Willems

When does reserves market exist?
Presenter: Dongchen He, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Authors: Dongchen He

15. cancelled

16. Circular economy and Smart Solutions
Chair: Ionut Purica, Professor, Advisory Center for Energy and Environment, Romanian Academy, Romania

Circular economy, patents and industrial designs: evidence from European countries
Presenter: Enrico Gabriele, LUMSA University, Italy
Authors: Enrico Gabriele

Installable Potential of Small Modular Reactors and Renewable Energy for Achieving Carbon Neutrality in Electric Power System
Presenter: Ryoichi Komiyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Author: Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

10.40 -11.40Dual Plenary Sessions (1h each)
(h 10.30-10.40 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 10.40-11.40)

Grid security and new technologies

Chair: Salvatore Pinto , Axpo President, Italy
speakers invited
Matteo Codazzi, CEO CESI, Italy
Salvatore Pinto, President Axpo Italia
Maurizio Delfanti, CEO RSE, Italy

Christian D’Adamo, Head of Network and Systems Operation and Maintenance – Enel Global Infrastructure and Networks, Italy

Energy Efficiency and the future strategies of the energy industry

Chair: Gurkan Kumbaroglu – Professor University of Boğaziçi, President of TRAEE- The Turkish Association of Energy Economists, IAEE Past President
speakers invited:
Dario Di Santo, Genergal Manager, Italian Federation for Energy Efficiency – FIRE, Italy
Sandro Neri, Coordinator of the Federmanager energy commission (Federation of Italian Managers), Italy
Ferdinando Pozzani, CEO, TEON, Italy

11.50 -13.20virtual concurrent sessions   (1h.30′ each)
(h 11.40-11.50 – test of the technical settings with the speakers – session 11.50-13.20)

17. GHG reduction and technological progress
Chair:

Socio-economic impacts of ambitious GHG reduction targets with explicit green technology information
Presenter: Maximilian Banning, GWS mbH, Germany
Authors: Christian Lutz, Maximilian Banning, Lisa Becker, Markus Flaute

Impact of technological progress on sectoral carbon emissions: Does it differ across country’s income level?
Presenter: Cert Milindi, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Authors: Chris Belmert Milindi, Roula Inglesi-Lotz

Local authorities contribution to GHG emission reductions: the Covenant of Mayors experience
Presenter: Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission DG JRC, Italy
Author: Paolo Bertoldi

Road Public Transport decarbonisation: a comparison among vehicle technologies
Presenter: Maria Pia Valentini, ENEA, Italy
Authors: Maria Pia Valentini, Silvia Orchi, Valentina Conti, Matteo Corazza

18. The changing geopolitcs of energy
Chair: Federico Boffa, Professor of Applied Economics, Free University of Bolzano, Italy

Electricity Market Relationship between Great Britain and its Neighbors: Distributional Effects of Brexit
Presenter: Christopher Ball, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Author: Christopher Ball, Philip Mayer, Stefan Vögele, Kristina Govorukha, Dirk Rübbelke, Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs

Firm self-generation decision and outage losses: evidence from emerging and developing Asian countries
Presenter: Anam Shehzadi, University of Kassel, Germany
Authors: Anam Shehzadi, Heike Wetzel,

19. Pathway to transition: the cooperation role (special session organized by ENEA)
Chair: Cecilia Camporeale, Enea, Italy

ENEA for Development Cooperation
Presenter Valentina Gentile, ENEA ISV-FUND, Italy
Authors: Valentina Gentile, Carla Costigliola, Paola Cicchetti

Experiences and challenges for solar energy in MENA Region
Presenter: Simona De Iuliis, ENEA TERIN-STS, Italy
Author: Simona De Iuliis

Renewable energy potential maps for Lesotho
Presenter: Massimo D’Isidoro, ENEA SSPT-MET-INAT, Italy
Authors: Massimo D’Isidoro, Lina Vitali, Francesco Pasanisi, Gaia Righini, Mabafokeng Mahahabisa, Mosuoe Letuma, Muso Raliselo, Mokhethi Seitlheko.

meetMED II: Regional Cooperation for an Energy Efficient Future
Presenter: Corinna Viola, ENEA DUEE-SPS-MPE, Italy
Authors: Corinna Viola, Alicia Tsitsikalis

Renewable Energy in Djibouti: a Political, Technical and Economic Assessment
Presenter: Cecilia Camporeale, ENEA SSPT-STS, Italy
Author: Cecilia Camporeale, Massimo Angelone, Giacomo Pallante and Marco Stefanoni

20. Energy and Carbon Market (special session)
Chair: Lu-Tao Zhao, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

Hodrick–Prescott filter-based hybrid ARIMA–SLFNs model for carbon price forecasting
Presenter: Zhao-Rong Huang, Shenzhen University, China
Authors: Zhao-Rong Huang, Quan-De Qin

Analysis on the current situation of China’s power system reform
Presenter Yu-Zhu Wang, North China Electric Power University, China
Author: Yu-Zhu Wang, Jin-Liang Zhang

The impact of the global stock and energy market on carbon market: a perspective from EU ETS
Presenter: Zi-Jie Wang, Peking University, China
Authors: Zi-Jie Wang, Lu-Tao Zhao

Analysis of Key Factors Influencing Carbon Market from the time-varying perspective:evidence with a Markov-switching VAR approach
Presenter: Hui Hu, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
Authors: Hui Hu, Ming-Fang Li


14.20 -15.30Plenary Session (1h)
(h 14.20-14.30 – test of the technical settings with the speakers)

The Hydrogen revolution

Chair: Carlo Andrea Bollino, AIEE Honorary President, Professor University of Perugia, Italy
speakers invited
Rami Shabaneh, Senior Research Associate, Energy Markets and Industrial Development, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia
Dina Lanzi, Head of Technology Development BUH2, Snam, Italy
Paolo D’Ermo, General Seretary, WEC Italy

 

Conference Closing

Plenary sessions speakers

G.B. Zorzoli
AIEE President, Conference General Chair

Carlo D Primio
AIEE Vice President, Chair of the Steering Committe

Matteo Di Castelnuovo
Associate Professor, Just Energy Transition Coordinator, Sustainability Lab, SDA Bocconi School of Management, President of the Programme Committee 

Amela Ajanovic
Assistant Professor and Senior Research Scientist, Vienna University of Technology

Luca Bragoli
Head of Public Affairs ERG, Italy

Carlo Andrea Bollino
AIEE Honorary President, Chair of the Organization Committee

Silvia Pariente-David
Senior advisor and consultant on energy and climate change – Center for Mediterranean Integration, World Bank

Majid Al Moneef
Chair of the IAEE 2023 Committee, Chairman of the International Advisory Committee of KAPSARC,

Jean Michel Glachant
Director of the Florence School of Regulation and the Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair

Marco Falcone
Government Relations and Issues Manager, Esso Italiana, Exxon Mobil Group

Livio de Santoli
Professor Sapienza University of Rome, President of FREE Coordination

Giuseppe Ricci
President Confindustria Energia, Italy

Lucile Dufour
Senior Policy Advisor, International Institute for Sustainable Development – IISD

Gurkan Kumbaroglu
Professor University of Boğaziçi, President of TRAEE- The Turkish Association of Energy Economists, IAEE Past President

Sandro Neri
Federmanager – Federation of Italian Managers

Guido Bortoni
Past President of the Italian Authority – ARERA

Mustafa Özge Özden
Secretary General ELDER ‐ Association of Electricity Distribution, Turkey

Salvatore Pinto
President Axpo Italia

Simone Nisi
Head of Institutional Affairs, Edison, Italy

Mariarosa Baroni
President NGV Italy

Giovanni Valtorta
Manager Enel Distribution, Italy

Francesco Naso
General Secretay MOTUS-E member of the European Platform for Mobility, Italy

Franco Del Manso
International Environment Affairs manager of UNEM – Energy Union for Mobility, Italy

Dina Lanzi
Head of Technology Development BUH2, Snam, Italy

Fabrizio Falconi
Energy Regulation Coordinator – Regulatory Affairs Area, Utilitalia -Federation of the Italian Utilities

Andrea Zaghi
General Manager Elettricità Futura

Maurizio Delfanti
CEO RSE – Electric System
Research, Italy

Rami Shabaneh
Senior Research Associate, Energy Markets & Industrial Development, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia

Matteo Codazzi
CEO CESI, Italy

Fereidoon Sioshansi
President and founder of Menlo Energy Economics, USA

Dario Di Santo
General Manager FIRE – Italian Federation for Energy Efficiency

Mariarosa Baroni
President NGV Italy

Ahmet Türkoğlu
CEO – Energy Exchange Istanbul (EXIST), Turkey

Paolo D’Ermo
General Segretary, WEC Italy

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