Clarion Events has postponed the Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) occasion on account of instructions offered by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, in addition to the governmental public well being authorities.
Rescheduling the occasion will guarantee the security of shoppers, attendees, workers and suppliers.
Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) will now happen on 16 and 17th June on the Corinthia Hotel in Prague.
Patrick Bauduin, ETCSEE content material director commented: “ETCSEE is crucial 2-day conference-led occasion for the regional power buying and selling group. We are clearly disillusioned that the bodily occasion received’t be capable of happen this 12 months, nevertheless, after speaking to our companions, stakeholders, sponsors and exhibitors and asking them what it’s they want in these unsure instances, it grew to become clear: the necessity to keep related, do enterprise and share greatest follow is extra pressing than ever. Thus we need to host a web based ETCSEE occasion on the 15 and 16th December of this 12 months and reschedule the bodily occasion to happen subsequent 12 months June.”
ETCSEE has already hosted various on-line Energy Market Talks this 12 months to ensure members of the buying and selling group keep related with the trade and their friends. These Energy Market Talks will proceed to happen this 12 months, and can culminate in a web based occasion on the 15 and 16th December 2020.
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Although the official programme for the tip of 12 months classes has not been formally launched, Patrick Bauduin, Content Director for ETCSEE says: “This 12 months has been a tough 12 months for everybody and the power buying and selling group has needed to take care of the consequences of extraordinarily low power costs and tasks and investments being delayed. This is one thing we have to handle as an trade, nevertheless we additionally must stay up for 2021. How can and can we recuperate from the Covid pandemic? What are the market outlooks per area? And how will this have an effect on Energy Prices?”
Stay tuned for extra details about the ETCSEE on-line programme for 2020 coming quickly.
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