2022 European Climate & Energy Modelling Platform (#ECEMP) offers a deep dive into research developments, modelling practices and policy insights discussed online during high-level panels and interactive workshops.
This year, E3M’s contribution to the conference is outstanding:
📌Alessia De Vita joins the plenary panel on #Day1 to talk about how the REPowerEU will affect the energy system, considering current challenges and opportunities of the low-carbon transition and geopolitical developments.
📌On #Day2 Panagiotis Fragkos chairs a panel that sheds light on a very important and often contested topic: the assumptions used in modeling regarding prevailing technologies, innovation, and how socio-technological change affects energy demand and supply.
Later on the day Zoi Vrontisi presents E3M’s work on identifying the 15 EU regions most at risk from the energy transition during a panel discussion for devising policies that ensure the transition is fair and socially just | CINTRAN project.
#Day2 ends with interactive sessions on various H2020 projects. Our colleagues:
Andreas Andreou reviews how lifestyle transformations are depicted in energy-system and integrated assessment models |
Climate Campaigners project
Anna Flessa showcases modelling and performance forecasting tools developed specifically for island energy systems having as test bed the island of Mayotte | H2020 MAESHA project
Panagiotis Fragkos throws light on the interplay between post-covid19 economic packages and green recovery | NDCAspects project
📌 On #Day3 Panagiotis Fragkos debates how increasing energy efficiency in global low-carbon scenarios may affect the energy system. This piece of work is produced within newTRENDsproject.
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