Following our successful workshop “From Black to Green Power” where the experience of the European power sector was presented on 19 August 2021, a follow up workshop will be held on Monday, 27 September 2021.

In this second workshop, China Electricity Council will present a Chinese perspective on green power transition, and a comparison of the power market regulatory framework between EU and China. The Sino-German Energy Partnership will present their work on power sector flexibilisation and energy storage, and Danish Energy Agency will present their joint study with the Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission on power sector study on flexibility. 

This workshop is co-hosted by ECECP, the Danish Energy Agency and China Electricity Council.

Agenda

Monday, 27 September 2021 – Online via Zoom

Simultaneous English and Chinese translation will be provided

Time
Activities
08:30 – 08:40 BXL
14:30 – 14:40 BJ
Welcome and Introduction

  • Octavian Stamate, Counsellor Climate Action and Energy, EU Delegation in China
  • Anton Beck, Director, Danish Energy Agency
08:40 – 09:00 BXL
14:40 – 15:00 BJ
China 30/60 carbon neutrality: regulatory perspective

  • Ma Li, Vice Chief Engineer, State Grid Energy Reseaerch Institute
09:00 – 10:20 BXL
15:00 – 16:20BJ
Presentations

A Chinese perspective on green power transformation

  • Zhang Lin, vice director, Department of Planning and Development, China Electricity Council

Making green power a reality in China: power sector flexibilisation and energy storage

  • Wang Hao, Senior Project Manager, Senior Project Manage, Sino-German Energy Partnership, GIZ

Market Regulation in China and EU: a comparison

  • Lei Xiaomeng, Senior Expert, China Electricity Council

Development and Role of Flexibility in the Danish Power System

  • Natasha Amalie Gjerløv Fiig, Advisor, Danish Energy Agency
10:20 – 11:20 BXL
16:20 – 17:20 BJ
Panel discussion: Green power transformation in a Chinese context

Moderator: Jiang Liping, Vice President, State Grid Energy Research Institute

Panelists:

  • Christian Romig, Managing Consultant for China, AFRY Consulting
  • Bente Hagem, former Chair, ENTSO-e
  • Alexander Newcombe, Advisor, Danish Energy Agency
  • Anders Hove, Project Director of the German Energy Transition Expertise for China Project
11:20 – 11:55 BXL
17:20 – 17:55 BJ
Question and Answer session

Moderator: Kaare Sandholt, Chief International Expert, Center for Renewable Energy Development, ERI of NDRC

  • All presenters and panellists

 

11:55 – 12:00 BXL
17:55 – 18:00 BJ
Wrap up and conclusion of webinar

  • Octavian Stamate, Counsellor Climate Action and Energy, EU Delegation in China
  • Lars Grundahl, Team Leader, Danish Energy Agency