Across Europe, and particularly in France, 2022 was a tumultuous year for energy and power markets. With volatility seemingly settling down, the fog is progressively lifting and we can more accurately discern between conjectural and structural changes affecting price formation. In this public webinar, which took place on 15 June, we first recapped and commented on recent policy developments in France and Europe and discussed the biggest policy updates expected this year.
In taking a long-term perspective, for the first time we considered two complementary approaches: the market standard approach to forecasting, defining our Central Scenario based on the independent expertise of our research teams; and a novel Market-Consensus approach, building on the collective knowledge and beliefs of our customer base, as an imperfectly representative sample of the market.
Key elements of the discussion included the following:
- What are the key policy updates expected in France and Europe for 2023?
- Which developments do we expect to see on the French market in the coming decades?
- What are the main drivers of the French power prices in the next decades?
If you have any questions regarding this webinar or our French offering, please reach out to Maricruz Alvarez.