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Canberra May 2002

Semi-annual ETSAP meeting

Final Programme, ETSAP Spring Workshop, May 27-31 2002 Canberra, AUSTRALIA

Tuesday, May 28 2002
"Integrating Top Down and Bottom Up Modelling Perspectives"
Joint Seminar, organised by Ken Noble (see separate programme)
Venue: The Boat House by the Lake, Grenvillea Park, Menindee Drive, Barton
Time: 08h30 - 17h00
Wednesday, May 29 2002
Chair: Koen Smekens, ECN
Venue: The Brassey of Canberra, Barton Room 2, Corner Belmore Gardens and Macquarie Street, Barton
Time: 09.00 - 17.00
Dinner hosted by ABARE
Venue The Lobby Restaurant, King George Terrace, Parkes
Time 19.00
Thursday, May 30 2002
Chair G.C. Tosato
Venue The Brassey of Canberra, Barton Room 2, Macquarie Street, Barton
Time: 09.00 - 17.00
Friday May 31 2002
ETSAP Executive Committee meeting (by invitation only)
Chair P. Tseng (US-DOE)
Venue Executive Conference Room, ABARE Corner Macquarie and Broughton Streets
Time: 09.00 - 12.30Papers presented in this meeting are:
Richard Loulou and Amit Kanudia :- Simulating alternate permit allocation schemes with MARKAL
Gary A. Goldstein :- MARKAL related activities in the US
Dolf Gielen :- Carbon Leakage Effects of Climate Policies
Uwe Remme, Markus Blesl, Anjana Das, Ulrich Fahl :- Overview of the application of TIMES at IER


Richard Loulou and Amit Kanudia :- Energy/Environmental Analysis via B-U and T-D models:Linking MARKAl to amacroeconometric

S. Kypreos and O. Bahn :- Combining the top-down and down and bottom bottom-up approaches: the MERGE MERGE-ETL model
ETL model

Dr. Peter Brain :- NIEIRs Approach to Tops-Down and Bottoms-Up Modelling
Denise Van Regemorter :- The EU Kyoto target and the choice of policy instruments
Dr. Robert K. Dixon :- National Climate Change Technology Initiative
Pia Hartman & Barry Kapilow-Cohen & Gary Goldstein :- Overview and Special Features of Overview and Special Features of SAGE
Barry Naughten :- Some MARKAL capabilities in Australian energy policy analysis:mandated target for renewable electricity
ABARE :- Modeling Climate Change Policies Using GTEM
Fridtjof Unander :- IEA-ETSAP Semi-annual Meeting ABARE, Canberra, Australia
Phillip Tseng & John C. Lee :- IEA-ETSAP Semi-annual Meeting ABARE, Canberra, Australia
Final Program Listing
Osamu Sato and Masanori Yamaguchi :- Progress of Energy Technology Systems Analysis in JAERI
Koen Smekens & Jos Sijm :- Economic Effects of Grandfathering CO2 Allowances
Koen Smekens :- Ongoing activities
Phillip Tseng :- MARKAL MACRO for Strategic Plan

Here is a complete listing of the final program Listing

Monday May 27 2002
Energy Technology Perspective Project meeting,
Chair: Fridtjof Unander, IEA/EET
Venue: ABARE, Corner Macquarie and Broughton Streets, Barton
Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm

9.00 - 9.15 F. Unander: Overview of the ETP project
9.15 - 9.35 F. Unander: Overview and brief status of project components
  2.1 Technology data
  2.2 Regional models
  2.3 Global model
9.35 - 9.45 F. Unander: Next steps - Project plan with milestones
9.45 - 10.30 A. Kanudia, R. Loulou: Results of demonstration runs, status for global model development
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.20 D. Gielen, K. Smekens. Detailed discussions of point 2.1 Technology data

13.30 - 14.15 A. Kanudia, G.C.Tosato: Detailed discussions of 2.2 regional models and review
14.15 - 15.00 A. Kanudia, D. Gielen: Detailed discussions of TIMES and other software issues
15.00 - 15.30 Coffee Break
15.30 - 17.00 Discussion of a draft project plan for:
-IEA-ETP project, with focus on ETSAP input
-ETSAP Annex VIII with focus on input to the ETP project
09.00-09.15 Phillip Tseng, US-DOE and Vivek Tulpul, ABARE, Welcome address
09.15-09.45 K. Smekens, Update on ETSAP activities since the previous meeting, Contribution to other projects and activities
09.45-10.00 D. Hill, K. Smekens, Finalisation of Annex VII
10.00-10.30 Ongoing activities, Round table by all participants
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11.00-11.30 D. Gielen, IEA, The carbon leakage effects of climate policies (pdf file 104 KB)
11.30-12.00 R. Loulou, A. Kanudia, Simulating alternate permit allocation schemes with MARKAL
12.00-12.30 K. Smekens, CO2 quota
12.30-14.00 lunch

14.00-17.00 R. Loulou, A. Kanudia, Tutorial on VEDA - TIMES
9.00 - 9.15 G.C. Tosato, Introduction, Presentation of the Agenda
9.15 - 9.30 E. Lavagno, Politecnico di Torino: Presentation of the Operating Agent
9.30-10.30 ANNEX VIII 2002 Program of Work: presentation and discussion
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11.00-11.30 J. C. Lee, P. Tseng, A case study on EERE R&D Portfolio MARKAL-MACRO for strategic planning
11.30-11.40 F. Unander: IEA activities update
11.40-12.00 K. Noble, Update on ANSWER
12.00-12.30 A. Kanudia, Status of VEDA - FE Shell for TIMES
12.30-13.00 G.C. Tosato, Financing uneconomic productions with RESIDual capacity in MARKAL

14.30-17.00 Preliminary discussion on some Executive Committee agenda items:
2. Adoption of the minutes of the previous Executive Committee meeting
5. Annex VII (Contributing to the Kyoto Protocol)
6. Annex VIII (Exploring Energy Technologies Perspectives)
6.3 POW and budget (continuation of the morning discussion)
6.4 Programme and Responsibilities of the participants
6.5 Participation to international projects
6.6 Towards the distribution of TIMES: what needs to be done and to be changed
7. Annex IX (MARKAL-TIMES User's club)
7.1 Discussion of the text of the Annex
7.3 Financial support
7.4 Diffusion (Documentation, Tutorials, Courses, Costs of the packages, conditions for use, )
7.5 Contribution to ETP and other global exercises
8. Other business
8.1 Non active members
8.3 Next workshop (Torino, 21-25.10.2002, Paris??, with join WS with??)