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Stockholm (Sweden) June 2010

Semi-annual ETSAP meeting

Semi-annual ETSAP meeting

Final Program


Dates: June, 17-24, 2010
Venue, training: Risoe National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
Frederiksborgvej 399, Roskilde, Denmark
Venue, WS: The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) premises at Campus Valhallavägen, Lindstedtsvägen 3, Stockholm,
Sweden See map at: http://www.kth.se/itm/konferenser/iew2010/iew2010venue?l=en_UK
Contacts: GianCarlo Tosato, cell: +39.335.537.7675, <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>,
Training: Kenneth Karlsson, <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
WS: Johannes Morfeldt, phone: +46-8-790 74 41, <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

Thursday-Saturday, June 17-19, 2010 
H.H. Koch Auditorium, RISØ
TIMES Training

The program is posted at www.etsap.org.
Participation: if you are interested, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Monday-Wednesday   June 21-23, 2010  
Conference Hall, KTH
IEW 2010

The program is posted at http://www.kth.se/itm/konferenser/iew2010/iew2010wprogramme?l=en_UK

Thursday   June 24, 2010  
Meeting Rooms A & B, KTH
ETSAP Regular Workshop

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Thursday     June 24 (13:20-15:10)  
Meeting Room A, KTH
The use of the global multi-regional ETSAP-TIAM model via Data Base

Demonstration by Maryse Labriet
Proposals and Discussion

Thursday   June 24 (15:30-17:10)  
Small Meeting Room, KTH
ETSAP Executive Committee

(Participation restricted to Delegates, ETSAP officers, invited experts)
(Agenda and attachments will be sent separately)

Thursday, June 24, 2010,
Large Meeting Room, KTH
Regular ETSAP Workshop, Room A


9.00-10.20
Parallel Session n. X1: Energy Effiiciency  Room E2
Chair: Brian Ó Gallachóir
Sergiu Robu , Institute of Power Engineering of Academy of Sciences of Moldova MARKAL application in the Republic of Moldova for Energy Efficiency Analyses
Liam McLaughlin , Dominic O’Sullivan, Brian Ó Gallachóir, University College Cork, Ireland - Tony Calnan, Novartis Chemical Operation - Morgan Bazilian, UNIDO, Vienna The application of lean energy analysis to energy efficiency improvement in the pharmaceutical industry
Jean-Michel Cayla , EDF Doctorant, France - Nadia Maïzi, ParisTech, France Households under carbon constraint: A TIMES model of French Residential and Transports sectors
Ramachandran Kannan , Hal Turton, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland Can TIMES model be a substituted for a Economic Dispatch model? – Insights from Swiss TIMES electricity model

Discussion
10.20-10.50 Tea/Coffee break

10.50-12.10
Parallel Session n. X2: Alternative Energy System Development Paths Room E2
Chair: Maryse Labriet
Katrin Schaber, Pascal Mühlich, Thomas Hamacher, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany Integration of renewable energies in a global energy system model
Cabal Helena, Lechón Y., Hamacher T., Muehlich P., Hartmann T., Eherer C., Ciorba U., Gracceva F., Ward D., Han W., Biberacher M., Grohnheit P.E., Pina A., EFDA The possible role of fusion power in a future sustainable global energy system using the EFDA TIMES global energy model
Paul Friley, Thomas Alfstad and Savvas Politis, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA The Role of Biomass-to-Hydrogen in Deep CO2 Emission Reduction Scenarios
David McCollum, Sonia Yeh, Chris Yang, Joan Ogden, and Pu Chen, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis Modeling Optimal Transition Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy in California: Impacts of Advanced Vehicles and Fuels on the Energy System
Gary Goldstein, DecisionWare Inc. NY, USA - Pat DeLaquil, Evelyn Wright, IRG, Washington, DC, - Jacqueline Wong and Dan Lashof, Natural Resources Defence Council Optimal Strategies for Achieving the Objectives of the American Clean Energy and Security Act

MARKAL code updates
12.10-13.20 Lunch

Thursday, June 24, 2010
Large Meeting Room, KTH
Regular ETSAP Workshop, Room B


9.00-10.20
Parallel Session Y1: Countries and Emissions Room E31
Chair: Stephen Pye
Denis Fomchenko, Dmitry Gordeev, Vladimir Potashnikov, Institute for the Economy in Transition, Moscow, Russia - Oleg Lugovoy, Environmental Defence, Washington DC, USA Carbon Emissions Projections for Russia: baseline vs. policy estimates
Andrea Ramirez, Ric Hoefnagels, Machteld van den Broek, Neil Strachan, Audun Fidje, Pernille Seljom, Markus Blesl, Tom Kober, Poul-Erik Grohnheit A comparative assessment of national CCS strategies for Northwest Europe and the cost-effectiveness of storing CO2 at the Utsira formation
Roman Podolets, Oleksandr Diachuk, Institute for Economics and forecasting (IEF), Kyiv, Dual problem of the coal sector development: Case study with TIMES-Ukraine model
Luís Pereira Dias, João Gouveia, Bárbara Mauricio, Patrícia Fortes, Júlia Seixas, CENSE, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal The Impact of Climate Change Mitigation Options on Air Pollutants Emissions in Portugal

Discussion
10.20-10.50 Tea/Coffee break

10.50-12.10
Parallel Session n. Y2: Methods and Tools Room E31
Chair: Nadia Maïzi
William Usher and Neil Strachan, University College London Uncertain energy pathways in the 2020s to meet long term carbon abatement targets
Brian P Ó Gallachóir, Ullash K Rout, Denis Lavigne, University College Cork, Ireland - Maurizio Gargiulo, E4SMA, Italy How do we meet Ambitious Renewable Energy Targets in an Optimal Manner?
Sofia Simões, Júlia Seixas, Patrícia Fortes, CENSE, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Quantifying the contribution of different exogenous assumptions on the uncertainty of GHG emission scenarios: case-study of the 2020 estimates for Portugal
Antti Lehtila, Amit Kanudia, Ken Noble, IEA-ETSAP Advancements in TIMES, VEDA and ANSWER-TIMES

Discussion
12.10-13.20 Lunch