One year after its implementation, the continuous XBID segment of the GME platform has assumed an important role in the optimization of electricity dispatching activities. However, the opportunities offered by the new segment, in order to be seized, require a continuous operational presence and extreme speed in decision-making choices and executions. In this workshop we want to analyze, using the enormous amount of data accumulated this year, the opportunities and criticalities offered by this new segment of the Italian electricity market.

FIRST SESSION 22nd of November 2022 (10:00 – 13:00 CET/CEST)

General evidences from Italian Intraday Power Market
  • - Italian intraday power market: structure, sessions and interactions with DA and balancing market
  • - Liquidity analysis of CRIDA and XBID segments
  • - Analysis of price dynamics: DA vs CRIDA (MI1)
  • - Demand supply analysis of DA vs CRIDA (MI1)
  • - Analysis of price dynamics: XBID vs CRIDA (MI1, MI2 and MI3)
  • - Bidding analysis of market players within CRIDA and XBID markets
  • - Analysis of price dynamics: XBID vs Balancing Market (MSD/MB/MR)
  • - Impact of Capacity Market bidding constraints on DA, MSD and intraday price dynamics

SECOND SESSION 24th of November 2022 (10:00 – 13:00 CET/CEST)

Detailed evidences from continuous XBID market segment
  • - Focus on continuous XBID price dynamics: open levels, price trends, price attractors.
  • - The role of foreign trades in determining price outliers
  • - Depth and dynamics of continuous XBID order book
  • - Market speed and price jumps
  • - XBID closing prices and market imbalances
  • - Optimization opportunities on continuous XBID:
    • • Real time balancing
    • • Purchases and Sales optimization
    • • Unbalancing optimal management
    • • Pure trading opportunities


stefano fiorenzani

He is a recognized expert in Energy Trading and Risk Management, with a career spanning numerous top European energy companies and financial institutions. He has published several scientific and business articles and three books on advanced methods in the Energy Finance area.
He holds a degree in Economic Science, a Master of Science in Financial Economics and a PhD in Mathematical Finance.

enrico edoli

During his career, he worked as quantitative analyst for trading and risk management support in various energy companies in Italy. He has published several technical articles and a book related to quantitative energy finance and he is also lecturer of a course in Mathematical Finance at the University of Padova.
Enrico has a degree in Mathematics and a PhD in Applied Mathematics achieved both at the University of Padua.


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