Greenfact is delighted to host the 2019-edition of its annual green certificates conference that gathers key-market players from the European renewable energy sector.
Europe’s industry and consumers increasingly demand that we must decarbonise the economy in order to meet our climate targets. In this context, green certificates play an increasingly important role as tools to track and verify the origin of renewable energy, green gas and hydrogen.
In this conference, we will discuss – together with industry leaders – the recent developments in the various certificate markets. Why are green certificates so significant for the European industry? What products do end-consumers prefer? What are the challenges of trading green certificates? What do policymakers have in store for the future of green markets?
Arrival and registration
Guarantees of Origin: prices and developments
Analyst, Greenfact AS
The GoO market from a trader’s perspective – what’s next?
Senior originator, Axpo Nordic
Green supply from Post-Subsidy Ü20-Wind in Germany
Head of Origination Germany, Statkraft
Customer preferences in the German market for green electricity
Head of power portfolio management, Lichtblick SE
Green energy as component in Volkswagen’s decarbonization strategy
Dr. Holger Janus
Manager E-Mobility & CO2-Solutions, VW Kraftwerk GmbH
Chooose: Sustainability as a service
CEO & Founder, Chooose
The corporate renewable landscape
Line Riise Jensen
Director Sourcing and Business Development, ECOHZ
Amongst the waves - setting course for biogas
Co-founder and managing director, Renewable Energy Services
The road to Tokyo 2020
Reigning Olympic, World and (triple) European Champion swimming 10km open water
The evolution of the European renewable gas market
Dr. Attila Kovacs
Secretary General, European Renewable Gas Registry
The full disclosure framework in the Netherlands
Ivo de Vries
Relatiemanager, CertiQ B.V.