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REC Market Meeting 2023 – Amsterdam

On 25&26 April 2023 the 11th edition of the REC Market Meeting will be taking place at the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, Amsterdam. Preconference sessions will be held on 24 April 2023.

The 2023 REC Market Meeting will take place in a world of new opportunities for renewable energy. Governments, corporate consumers, and individuals are more motivated than ever to cut their use of fossil fuels. Renewables are increasingly understood to be the affordable, clean, and secure energy sources we need. With this growing understanding comes the opportunity to move renewables to dominant positions in energy systems and markets. We are excited to be able to showcase some of these opportunities in a wide-ranging conference programme that we believe will appeal to both experts and novices in the renewable sector.

This will be the 11th edition of the REC Market Meeting. Every year we have welcomed more delegates than in previous years, and in 2022 the conference was completely sold out as we welcomed nearly 500 delegates. We expect another strong year in 2023 as both market actors and regulators look to renewable energy to address the multiple crises of climate change, cost of living increases, and complex energy geo-politics. Each of these crises is global, and we expect to attract delegates from more countries than ever before. They will have an opportunity to hear from actors across the Energy Attribute Certificate (EAC) value chain, including regulators, system operators, producers, traders, buyers, and end-users.

Due to the success of previous years, we will again run a programme with three parallel streams. Each session will highlight current and future opportunities in the renewable energy sector.

Track A: Europe in focus – these sessions focus on key European topics. They will cover recent market, legislative, and system developments at both national and European levels.

Track B: Global markets and initiatives – delegates can join these sessions to learn about renewables markets outside the US and Europe. Key national and international developments will be explored in detail.

Track C: EACs in practice – These sessions will be particularly informative for those who are new to renewables markets. Delegates will be invited to ask questions in these educational sessions.

Registration for the REC Market Meeting is now open. RECS members can register with a discount.