We are currently building a programme with high-level speakers covering the most pressing issues from the energy and cogeneration world. Please, find below a preliminary outline.

 

   DAY 1
   
14:30 Welcome Coffee and Registration
15:00 Inauguration of Annual Conference
 
  • Marco Pezzaglia, Chair, COGEN Europe
  • Javier Rodríguez, General Manager, ACOGEN
  • Julio Artiñano, Chair, COGEN Spain
15:20 Keynote Speech
 
  • David Valle Rodríguez, General Manager of Industry, Energy and Mines, Community of Madrid
16:00 Industry Leaders Panel: Tomorrow’s Energy Perspectives

Europe’s energy sector faces radical change. The renewable revolution, fast-track innovation in technologies, including energy storage, CCS and hydrogen, decentralisation and flexibilisation of generation are drivers defining new frontiers for tomorrow’s energy system.

Political expectations are high for the energy transition as evidence of climate change is mounting. But challenges to move to a climate neutral economy are high too. How to decarbonise industry, heat and transport cost-effectively? How to meet the industry and citizens’ needs for affordable and secure energy, fostering growth in Europe and boosting European competitiveness and global leadership in clean technologies? What role will innovation play tomorrow? What are the barriers to get us there? A distinguished panel of Business leaders/CEOs from leading European companies will discuss emerging and disruptive trends shaping the energy system and what the future of energy and technology will look like.

Moderator:

  • Jennifer Baker, Journalist

Keynote Introduction:

  • Hans Korteweg, Managing Director, COGEN Europe

Panellists:

  • Carlos Lange, CEO, INNIO Jenbacher
  • Jim Crouse, Executive Vice President - Sales & Marketing, Capstone Turbine Corporation
  • Jean-Marc Leroy, Senior Vice President - External Relations, ENGIE
  • Jorge Oliveira, Country Manager for Spain and Portugal, Solvay
  • Murat Isikveren, Vice President - Industry and Energy Offers, Veolia
17:15 Coffee Break
17:45 EU Policy Unlocking the Business Case

EU policy is instrumental in making the energy transition an economic success for Europe. EU Member States are now preparing their 2030 energy and climate plans and long-term strategies in line with the recently adopted Clean Energy Package. In parallel, national and EU policymakers are also embarking onto a fundamental debate on the pathways to deeply decarbonise the EU economy beyond 2030. Key challenges to address include safeguarding industrial competitiveness, creating jobs and ensuring a just transition for all EU citizens. This session will explore the key issues at stake in implementing current policy up to 2030, while developing a predictable and growth-driven long-term climate and energy framework for both EU industry and citizens.

Moderator:

  • Jennifer Baker, Journalist

Keynote Introduction:

  • Łukasz Kolinski, Head of Unit - Economic Analysis and Financial Instruments, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission

Panellists:

  • Harry Trump, Executive Committee Member and Chair Electricity Markets & Network Codes Working Group, COGEN Europe
  • Andreas Guth, Policy Director, Eurogas
  • Cyril Harry, Chair Working Group Gas-to-Power, Eurelectric
  • Lisa Fischer, Senior Policy Advisor, E3G
  • Nicola Rega, Climate Change & Energy Director, CEPI
  • Łukasz Kolinski, Head of Unit - Economic Analysis and Financial Instruments, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission
19:00 End of First Conference Day
20:00 Cocktail Reception at Casino de Madrid
20:30 Awards Ceremony
21:00 Gala Dinner
   
  DAY 2
   
09:00 Introductory Remarks
 
  • Ruben Esteller, Deputy to the Director, elEconomista
09:15 Spanish Political & Regional Authorities 2030 Vision
 

Energy and climate policy in Spain is facing an update with a new parliament and government in place after the recent April 2019 elections. Proposals for a strategic energy transition and a climate change law are expected. The draft of the Spanish National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) which was presented to the European Commission, is one of the most ambitious and detailed national plans. It will lead to structural changes in the energy system with investments over 140 billion EUR in renewables and grid improvements for the period 2021-2030. The role of cogeneration has been questioned by the draft plan with a foreseen closure of 1/3 of current cogeneration capacity in Spain by 2030, the renewal of 1,200 MW of existing plants and no new plants being deployed. Each political party will share its views and position on cogeneration with regards to the upcoming policy developments.

Moderator:

  • Ruben Esteller, Deputy to the Director, elEconomista

Keynote Introduction:

  • Blanca Perea, Senior Managing Director, Leader Energy Practice Spain, FTI Consulting

Panellists:

  • Alberto Herrero Bono, Energy Spokesman in the Congress, People's Party
  • María Soledad Sánchez, Deputy Speaker, Socialist Group
  • Miguel Díaz, Deputy Speaker, Committee on the Environment, Ciudadanos
  • Juantxo López de Uralde, Deputy Speaker, Podemos
  • Patricia Rueda, Speaker, Industry Committee and member of the Ecological Transition Committee, Vox
  • Idoia Sagastizabal, Deputy Speaker, PNV
  • Laura Borrás, Deputy Speaker, JxCAT (PdCAT)
10:45 Spanish Institutions CHP Vision to Meet for the 2030 & 2050 EU Objectives
 

The electricity sector is undergoing deep changes to be in line with the 2030 and 2050 strategy and achieve its targets. This will have implications for the development of electricity markets, system operation and regulation. The Spanish cogeneration sector accounts for 11% of total electricity generation in Spain. It is spread over 600 facilities, with more than 90% located in industry. They will face major challenges to adapt to the energy transition, such as integrating with renewables to guarantee security of supply and flexibility. The panel will gather the views from national experts on the market, operation, regulation and policies for cogeneration.

Moderator:

  • Juan Antonio Alonso, Member, COGEN Spain

Keynote Introduction:

  • Jorge Sanz, Partner, Nera Economic Consulting

Panellists:

  • Javier Rodríguez, General Manager, ACOGEN
  • Marta Margarit, Secretary General, SEDIGAS
  • Juan Andrés Díez de Ulzurrún, Deputy General Manager to the CEO of Enagás
  • Miguel Duvison, General Manager of Operations, REE
  • José Antonio Castro, Responsible for Special Regimes in the Subdirectorate of Electrical Energy, CNMC
  • Yolanda Cuéllar, Director of Market Operations, OMIE
12:00 Coffee Break
12:30 Parallel Session 5A: Cogeneration in Europe and Beyond - Market Outlook

The cogeneration sector in Europe is diverse and dynamic with growth across various market segments in many countries. Ongoing national debates on long-term energy and climate strategies are also impacting cogeneration markets. What are the current challenges and opportunities in existing markets for cogeneration? How to make the business-case for actors for delivering key services to the grid/heat networks? This session will discuss the market outlook for different market segments in Europe and beyond and ways to unlock existing funding opportunities to further support the uptake of cogeneration.

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Harrison, Principal Analyst, Delta-ee

Keynote Introduction:

  • Alexandra Tudoroiu-Lakavice, Senior Policy Manager, COGEN Europe

Panellists:

  • Pablo de Muller, Partner, Suma Capital
  • Jesús Reyes, Head Sales & Origination Spain, Alpiq
  • Pablo García, Chief of Exploitation Cogeneration Conventional Generation, Naturgy
  • Layla Sawyer, Business Analyst, smartEn
  • Thomas Muller, Head of Technical Development Unit, GRDF
12:30 Parallel Session 5B: Cogeneration in Europe and Beyond - Technology Trends
 

Disruptive innovations are rapidly changing our energy system. The cogeneration sector is investing into new technologies to become more efficient, flexible and integrate the fuels of the future. Parallel session 2 will focus on the new technological developments in the cogeneration sector and how that will enable a resilient, decentralised and climate-friendly European energy system.

Moderator:

  • Simon Minett, Managing Director, Challoch Energy

Keynote Introduction:

  • François Paquet, Public Affairs Manager, COGEN Europe

Panellists:

  • Jorge Barcelona, Sales Manager - Gas Systems, MTU Iberian Propulsion and Energy, Rolls Royce Power Systems
  • Jim Crouse, Executive Vice President - Sales & Marketing, Capstone Turbine Corporation
  • Shahrad Adjili, Head of Sales, Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe
  • Andrea Magalini, Sales Director, Turboden
  • Armin Roeseler, Head of Product Line Management, MWM
  • Dora Adamo, Strategic Marketing Leader, BHGE
14:15 Summary of Session 5A and 5B by the rapporteurs
14:20 Presentation You have to be flexible nowadays. So does your energy. by Carl Richers, VP Product Management & Marketing, INNIO Jenbacher
14:35 Conclusions and Final Remarks by Galo Gutiérrez Monzonís, Director-General for Industry and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism
14:45 Cocktail lunch
16:30 Site visits
   
   

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