The German power market is facing a period of tremendous change, driven by nuclear exit, yet uncertain lignite and coal face-out, increasing problems to incorporate a rising share of renewables and rapid development of distributed technologies. Our clients therefore look to us for insights, forecasts and analysis to help them make sense of their unstable environment.
Our insights into the industry-shaping issues, featured regularly in the press, are grounded in economic modelling of the German wholesale power market, balancing, and other markets.
These help our clients answer questions such as:
- How will Germany’s Energiewende, and the decisions to maintain an energy-only market, impact system performance and asset values in years to come?
- What role will distributed and flexible technologies play in the German power market over the next decade?
- What would be the implications of a split of the German power market zone? What options does the German government have to meet its emissions targets?
- What assets are still worthwhile investment targets despite depressed wholesale prices?
Unlike other analytics providers, our German power service uses in-house modelling and expertise on global commodities, European gas markets and the power markets of other European countries, to provide results that accurately reflect market realities.
By subscribing to Aurora’s German power market service, you receive best-in-class quarterly long-term power market forecasts, regular strategic insight reports and monthly research notes, attendance at interactive client forums, and access to our online market data analytics platform EOS.
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