Session 1: Introduction and EU Perspective


Session 2: Recent developments and experiences with regard to Feed-In Schemes

Key features and recent developments of the Feed-In Scheme in Spain
Sofía Martínez Martínez, IDAE, Spain

Key features and recent developments of the Feed-In Scheme in Slovenia
Matej Toman, Energy Agency of the Republic of Slovenia

Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) - Key features, development and perspectives
Nicolas Oetzel, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Germany

UK Feed-In Tariffs for small scale low carbon electricity
John Costyn, Department of Energy and Climate Change, UK

PV evolutions in France
Julien Marchal, Ministry of Ecology, Directorate General Energy and Climate, France

Results from the only comprehensive Feed-In Tariff Program of the Americas
Jose Etcheverry, Canadian Renewable Energy Alliance, Ontario, Canada

Promotion of renewable energy in Finland
Anja Liukko, Ministry of Employment and the Economy, Finland

Developments and achievements of Feed-In Systems - Key findings from an evaluation conducted for the IFIC
Mario Ragwitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany

Link to the Feed-In evaluation report

Session 3: Feed-In Systems and flexible cooperation mechanisms under the EU-RES Directive

Scenarios on 20% RES by 2020 in Europe - the options for cooperation. Results from the FUTURES-E project
Gustav Resch, Energy Economics Group, TU Vienna

Feed-In Systems and cooperation mechanisms
Corinna Klessmann, Ecofys Germany

Legal aspects of the implementation of the cooperation mechanisms under the EU-RES-Directive
Fabian Pause, Research Centre for Environmental Energy Law, University of Würzburg

Support schemes for off-shore wind in the EU - options for cooperation
Mario Ragwitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research

Article 9 of the RES Directive: Joint projects with third countries
Julien Marchal, Ministry of Ecology, Directorate General Energy and Climate, France

Session 4: Transition to an energy system with high RES shares - opportunities and technical challenges

Technical challenges and R&D in the field of electricity supply systemsAlexander Folz, Scientific officer of Projektträger Jülich at the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Germany

Technical integration of renewables: First results from the E-Energy project RegModHarz
Florian Schlögl, Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology IWES

The Spanish transmission grid: from "isolated grid" to an "integrated grid"
José Luis Fernández, Red Eléctrica De Espaňa, Spain

EWEA offshore development scenarios
Jacopo Moccia, European Wind Energy Association

Session 5: Transition to an energy system with high RES shares - market and policy implications

Integration of RES: implications on future market design
Janez Ceh, Sitel d.o.o., Slovenia

Capacity markets and FIS - two sides of the same coin? Policy implications of future electricity market design
Christian Nabe, Ecofys Germany

Conclusions and outlook
Nicolas Oetzel, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Germany
Silvo  Skornik, Ministry of Energy, Slovenia
Sofía Martínez Martínez, IDAE, Spain