EMP-E Poster

EMP-E Poster & Networking Space

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Different Dimensions of Energy Modelling

DD.1 Ruud Egging (NTNU) SET-Nav – case studies on Europe’s strategic energy technologies
DD.2 Gustav Resch (TU Wien) SET-Nav – The project at a glance
DD.3 Angelo Martino (TRT) Reflex – Analysis of the European Energy System under the Aspects of Flexibility and Technological Progress
DD.4 Linas Martišauskas (LEI) Methodology for energy security assessment considering energy system resistance to disruptions
DD.5 Arash Shojachaikar (ZIRIUS) Linking social science and energy modeling: Inclusion of social system analysis in modeling practices
DD.6 Behnam Zakeri (Aalto) Interconnection of the UK to the Nordic power market – Impacts on social welfare and renewable integration

Flexibilities/Storage

F.1 Arjuna Nebel (WI) Modeling the interdependencies of storage, dsm and grid extension for europe
F.2 Frank Meinke-Hubeny (Vito) ESTMAP – Energy Storage Mapping and Planning, Energy System analysis (2 roll-ups)

Models

M.1 Ndaona Chokani (LEC) EnerPol: High-Resolution Integrated Framework for Analysis of Electricity, Gas, Transport and Urban Systems
M.2 Jody Dillon (UCD) Epiphron – A flexible tool for modelling high VG systems across mutliple time scales
M.3 Jonas Hörsch (FIAS) PyPSA-EU-Grid: An Open Optimization Model of the European Transmission System
M.4 Valentin Bertsch, Muireann Lynch, Mel Devine (ESRI) Models for Quantifying Benefits of Integrated Energy Systems
M.5 Vidas Lekavicius (LEI) Linking CGE and Energy Planning Models – a Case Study for Lithuania
M.6 Pinar Korkomaz (IER) Model based analysis of transformation pathways to a sustainable European energy system
M.7 Alexis Laurent and Serena Fabbri (DTU) Assessing environmental impacts of future energy systems: a holistic LCA model for Europe in 2015-2050
M.8 Wided Medroubi (Next Energy) SciGRID: a first experience with creating and publishing open data and models of the European power transmission network
M.9 Berit Müller
(RLI)
open energy modelling framework (oemof)
M.10 Roland Montenegro (IER) Multi-sectoral modelling of decarbonisation pathways: a pilot thought experiment
M.11 Dogan Keles (KIT) PERSEUS-EU – Generation and expansion planning optimization model for the European energy system

Transparency in European energy system analyses

T.1 Ludwig Hülk (RLI) The OpenEnergy Database (oedb) – A database concept to improve transparency in energy system analyses
T.2 Georgios Avgerinopoulos (KTH) Energydata.info – An innovation of the World Bank Group
T.3 Robbie Morrison (openmod) Improving energy sysetem modelling – Open Energy Modelling Initiative
T.4 Pierre Iachetti (EURAC) Hotmaps – The open source mapping and planning tool for heating and cooling

Environmental impacts of the energy sector

E.1 Ulla Mörtberg (KTH) The Landscape simulation and Ecological Assessment (LEcA) tool – A case study of Lithuania
E.2 Dorothea Schmid
(IER)
Analysis of impacts of different emission reduction scenarios on emission unit prices in Europe

Pathways

P.2 Laura Gutierrez (IRENA) IRENA’s work for a Global Renewable Energy Future: 1) Key programmes and activities; 2) REmap (Renewable Energy Roadmap)
P.3 Christian Bussar (RWTH Aachen) GENESYS 2: Optimisation of Pathways Towards a Low-Carbon European Energy System
P.4 Antoine Levesque
(PIK)
Improving REMIND to create more detailed EU decarbonization scenarios for the INNOPATHS project
P.5 Heidi Ursula Heinrichs (FZJ) Towards transparency – the issue of socio-economic scenario frameworks

Modelling at different scales

S.1 Sofia Simoes
(UNL)
Integrative Smart City Planning – Urban energy system modelling
S.2 Pia Manz (ISI) Modelling electricity demand with high spatial and temporal resolution

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