Day 1 (17th May 2017)

Welcome and Introduction

Opening of the EMP-E
José Cotta, Head of unit “Advanced Energy Production”, DG Research & Innovation (EC)
Context and goals of EMP-E
Berit Müller (RLI) and Patrick Van Hove (DG Research & Innovation – EC) watch on YouTube

First Session: Energy modelling practice at European level and involved communities

Introduction by the moderator (Mark Howells, KTH)
How the European Commission uses energy modelling in policy planning
Tom Howes (DG Energy – EC) watch on YouTube
Data openness in EU Energy Models
Andreas Zucker  (DG JRC – EC) watch on YouTube
Market equilibrium models of energy and the economy and their use supporting European Commission’s impact assessments
Pantelis Capros (E3Modelling Lab, National Technical University of Athens) watch on YouTube
Fostering European Energy Transformation: Reconciling the modelling and stakeholder communities  Jürgen Kropp (PIK)   watch on YouTube
Session 1 – Panel Discussion   watch on YouTube

Second Session: Insights in the LCE 21 projects

Introduction by the moderator Patrick Van Hove (DG Research & Innovation – EC)
Linking models – SET-Nav
Gustav Resch (TU Wien); Ruud Egging (NTNU) watch on YouTube
Openness, sharing and reproducibility – MEDEAS
Jordi Sole Olle (CSIC) watch on YouTube
Modelling of flexibility and technological progress – REflex
Angelo Martino (TRT Trasporti e Territorio srl) watch on YouTube
EU28 decarbonisation pathways: multi-model impact assessment and diagnostics – REEEM
Mark Howells (KTH) watch on YouTube

Third Session: Pathways, sector coupling, case studies

Introduction by the moderator Joan Canton (DG Energy – EC)
The ambitious task of setting policy targets for energy efficiency: a multi-scale analysis of societal metabolism – MAGIC
Maddalena Ripa (Autonomous University of Barcelona) watch on YouTube
Modelling EU cities decarbonisation pathways – InSMART
Sofia Simoes (Nova University of Lisbon) watch on YouTube
ECF’s Energy Union Choices report: integrated gas/electricity/demand infrastructure modelling – ECF
Laurent Noirhomme (Climact) watch on YouTube
Insights from EU Integrated gas and electricity modelling
Paul Deane (University College Cork) watch on YouTube
Energy modelling and the Nexus concept: design and tools in SIM4NEXUS
Floor Brouwer (Wageningen Economic Research); Hector Pollitt (Cambridge Econometrics) watch on YouTube
Session 3 – Panel Discussion   watch on YouTube
Discussion on continuation EMP-E 

Day 2 (18th May 2017)

Fourth Session: Models and transparency

Introduction by the Moderator (Berit Müller, RLI)
Models in Energy System Analyses
Michael Grubb (University College London) watch on YouTube
Transparency in EU energy system modelling – METIS open-book approach (METIS)
Tobias Bossmann (Artelys) watch on YouTube
POTEnCIA: An innovative, technology-rich, policy-oriented, open model to address EU energy scenarios
Tobias Wiesenthal  (DG JRC)
An adaptable energy systems model (EERA Joint Programme on Energy Systems Integration)
Juha Kiviliuoma (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland) watch on YouTube
The E3ME-FTT Integrated assessment model
Jean-Francois Mercure (Radboud University Nijmegen) watch on YouTube
The PRIMES Model
Alessia de Vita (E3M lab NTUA) watch on YouTube

Networking Space

Preview on Networking  Space / Poster Mingle (1min/poster) watch on YouTube

Focus Groups

Focus Groups 1 – parallel sessions:
Designing and comparing energy transition pathways
Capacity expansion planning in high RES worlds combined with Uncertainty in modelling inputs and outputs
Publishing in open databases and increase of transparency and reproducibility
Focus Groups 2 – parallel sessions:
Bridging the gap between policy questions and models
Modelling of environmental impacts and externalities
Methodologies for linking models