Green week webinars

Telephone: +47 22 99 42 00



19 - 22 October


Now, free of charge.

We reserve the right to make changes to the program.


If you have any questions,
please contact
Silje Landmark, Montel
Phone: +47 404 99 633 

Green week

Webinars, 19 - 22 October

Montel welcomes you to join a new and flexible event to gain insights into the green energy markets. This event will focus on the important and challenging topics around the energy transitions.

The Green Week covers diverse topics related to renewable technologies and the energy transition.

This includes the latest market structures, changes in market prices, regulatory affairs and the technological development.

Sign up to the topics of your interest and enrich your workday with some highly relevant market updates.

The concept
In four days, you can join up to ten webinar sessions on diverse topics related to the green transition. Each session is 50 minutes long. This eventful week takes place 19 - 22 October, streamed directly from Montel's headquarters in Oslo.

Topics you can learn about under Green Week:
  Monday 19/10 Tuesday 20/10   Wednesday 21/10 Thursday 22/10
09.30 - 10.20     Flexibility   
11.00 - 11.50  Updates from Montel   Guarantees of Origin (1) Hydrogen Demand side flexibility
13.00 - 13.50 The renewable development in Europe   Guarantees of Origin (2) Artificial Intelligence
15.00 - 15.50 PPAs (1) PPAs (2)    

The diversity of topics and content complexity makes this event relevant for all professionals with an interest in the European energy market.

When signing up for this event, you cherry pick the sessions relevant to you. Please note that your registration is personal.

We look forward to welcoming you to all our interesting webinar sessions 19 - 22 October.


Monday 19 October

11:00 - 11:50 Updates by Montel

Montel toolbox for green market participants
Silje Landmark, Sales Manager, Montel and Morten Hegna, Manager, Montel

Environmental market update and outlook for 2021
Snjolfur Richard Sverrisson, Editor-in-Chief Europe, Montel and Olav Vilnes, Chief editor Nordic &Baltic region, Montel


13:00-13:50 The renewable development in Europe

The development of renewable energy in Europe  – Perspectives from Brussels
Jørgen Madsen, Head of European Affairs, Ørsted

Energy market outlook to 2050 - Reasons for optimism?
Gry Åmodt, Vice President Global Drivers, Statkraft


15:00-15:50 Introduction to Power Purchase Agreements

The most popular PPA structures – A view from Germany
Dr. Thomas Kott, Senior Originator, Axpo Deutschland

Are PPAs for smaller corporates taking off? Insights from our discussion and tenders
Mia Bodin, Co-founding Partner/Head of Analysis, Bodecker Partners


Tuesday 20 October

11:00-11:50 Guarantees of Origin (Part 1)

The German GO market and its drivers
Malte Mertens, Chief Executive Officer, Bischoff and Ditze

Full disclosure GOs – Experience and effects from the Netherlands
Ivo de Vries, Relation Manager, CertiQ B.V.

15:00 - 15:50 PPA Market opportunities and challenges

Cross-border PPAs - challenges and opportunities
Mikkel Kring, Partner, OurNewEnergy

PPAs – Chances and Challenges
Dr. Steffen Hundt, Founder, Think RE


Wednesday 21 October

09:30-10:20 The need for flexibility – costs and opportunities for market participants

The role of batteries and hydrogen in the wholesale energy market
Marius Holm Rennesund, Partner, THEMA Consulting Group

Navigating balancing market risks
Arndt von Schemde, Partner, THEMA Consulting Group

11:00-11:50 Hydrogen

The role of hydrogen in a low carbon future
Staffan Sandblom, Manager Hydrogen Development, Fortum Innovation & Venturing Services  

Can green hydrogen be competitive by 2030?
John Williams, Senior Principal, Afry __________________________________________________________________

13:00 - 13:50 Guarantees of Origin (Part 2)

Market drivers, prices and volumes: updates and outlook on green gas and green electricity GOs
Alexandra Münzer, Managing Director, Greenfact

GOs and Additionality driven by demand from Corporates?
Kilian Glas, Renewable Energy Manager, First Climate Markets AG

Thursday 22 October

11:00-11:50 Demand side flexibility

Hybrid Renewable Power Plants & Microgrids
Philip Gladek, Founder & CEO, Spectral Energy

Presentation by
Kurt Reynders, Business and Product Development, Engie

13:00-13:50 Artificial Intelligence

Use of AI for run-off-river power forecasts - The Nordic experience
Tor Wilhelm Havåg, Head of analysis, Tussa Energi and John Anders Stende, Master in computational physics, Montel AI

Optimizing European wind and solar power predictions using AI. How can we reduce imbalance costs?
Luuk Veeken, CEO and Founder, Dexter Energy Services





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