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Paris June 2013

Semi-annual ETSAP meeting

Semi-annual ETSAP meeting

International Energy Agency, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris, France.


Final Program


Dates: June 17-18, 2013
Venue: International Energy Agency, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris, France.
Contacts: Uwe Remme, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
George Giannakidis, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]

Wednesday-Friday, June 12-14, 2013 (9:00-17:00)
IEA
Base level trainings on ETSAP tools

Parallel section 1: VEDA/TIMES
Parallel section 2: ANSWER/TIMES
(IEA Offices, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris)
The program is posted at IEA-ETSAP.

Monday, June 17, 2013 (9:00-18:00)
IEA
ETSAP Regular Workshop, including an IRENA-REMAP session

(IEA Offices, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris)
Attendance is free. Please register at IEA-ETSAP
Draft programme: In the following pages

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 (9:00-13:00)
IEA
ETSAP projects: Collaborations and Proposals

(IEA Offices, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris)
ETSAP-TIAM users will present improvements and results; New project proposals will be illustrated
Draft programme: In the following pages

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 (14:00-17:00)
IEA
ETSAP Executive Committee

(IEA Offices, 9 rue de la Federation, Paris)
ETSAP delegates decide program of work and budget allocations
(Participation restricted to ETSAP Delegates, officers, and invited experts)
Agenda and attachments are sent separately

Wednesday-Friday, June 19-21, 2013
IEW 2013


Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Centre, 17 Boulevard Saint Jacques, Paris.
(Updates and programme posted at IEW 2013)


Monday, June 17, 2013
Regular ETSAP Workshop

Venue: International Energy Agency , 9 rue de la Federation, Paris, France.
Contacts: Uwe Remme, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
George Giannakidis, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]

9:00-9:10

Welcome
  IEA

9:10-10:30

Session 1: Country Models
Chair: Anna Krook-Riekkoka
Paul Dodds, UCL Energy Institute, University College London The UK TIMES model
Ms. Kuo Ching-Wei, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan The Application of TIMES Model in Assessing the Decline in Taiwan's Energy Intensity
Ms. Akram Fakhri, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Modeling regional impacts of large-scale waste heat utilisation - the case of south-western Sweden
Roman Podolets and Oleksandr Diachuk, Institute for Economics and Forecasting, UNAS, Ukraine Investment requirements and benefits arising from energy efficiency and renewable energy policies in Ukraine.

10:30-10:50

Morning Coffee Break

10:50-13:00

Session 2 (IRENA-ETSAP Joint Session): REMAP 2030
Chair: Dolf Gielen
Dolf Gielen, IRENA, Director, IICT-Bonn Introduction to the REMAP 2030 project
Global RE cost supply curves Helena Cuesta Cabal, CIEMAT
Edi Assoumou - Ecole des Mines de Paris
Tom Kober, ECN
Maryse Labriet ENERIS/KANORS (Global,US)
Regional/national RE cost supply curves Michael Wiesmeth, IER (Germany)
Maryse Labriet ENERIS/KANORS (India)
Maria Gaeta ENEA (Italy)
Brian O Gallachoir UCC, (Ireland)
Hiroshi Hamasaki, Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI), Centre for International Public Policy Studies (CIPPS), Japan
Julia Seixas, FCT, UNL (Portugal)
Sofia Simoes JRC (The Netherlands)

Open discussion on opportunities for collaboration

13:00-14:00

Lunch Break

14:00-15:40

Session 3: Renewables, Electricity, Storage and Trading
Chair: Kenneth Karlsson
Dr. Joe DeCarolis, North Carolina State University, USA Assessment of Electric Drive Vehicle Deployment in the U.S. Through Mid-Century
Mr. Paul Deane, UCC The Electrification of Residential Heating in TIMES-A case study in Ireland
Ms. Sofia Simoes, Institute for Energy and Transport, JRC-EC Assessing the role of storage in EU28 using the JRC EU TIMES model
Mr. Rajesh Mathew Pattupara, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland Influence of long term electricity sector developments in Europe on the Swiss electricity system: Risks and Opportunities for electricity trading
Mr. Victor Nian, National University of Singapore SG-TIMES Model on Singapore's Electricity Sector

15:40-16:00

Afternoon Coffee Break

16:00-18:00

Session 4: Economics Energy and Environment
Chair: Brian O'Galachoir
Kenneth Karlsson, DTU Management Engineering, Denmark A Danish TIMES-CGE system
Per Ivar Helgesen ENOVA, Kari Espegren, Arne Lind IFE, Norway Analysing effects of energy policy by linking the TIMES-Norway with a multi-regional SCGE model
James Glynn, UCC, Ireland Energy systems models and macro-economic models - Soft linking Irish TIMES and IMF's GIMF DSGE model to examine energy security
Ms. Patricia Fortes, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal HybTEP - Hybrid technological economic platform to assess climate and energy policies
Roman Kanala, Universite de Geneve, Institut des Sciences de l'environmnet, Switzerland First modeling insights on Social TIMES Romania country model
Peggy Mischke, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Energy Systems Analysis Division, Jing Li, African Development Bank Understanding mathematical modelling tools to evaluate China's future energy-economy interactions - a review of the Chinese perspective

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Regular ETSAP Workshop

Venue: International Energy Agency , 9 rue de la Federation, Paris, France.
Contacts: Uwe Remme, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
George Giannakidis, [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]

9:30-10:40

Session 5: Modelling Issues
Chair: Maryse Labriet
Alessandro Chiodi, Trevor Donnellan, James Breen, Paul Deane, Maurizio Gargiulo and Brian P O Gallachoir UCC, Ireland Modelling Agriculture with the TIMES Energy System model generator
Vatsal Bhatt, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA Long-term Energy-Water Nexus Analysis
Ms. Anar Ibrayeva, NURIS, Kazakhstan Climate change domestic mitigation policies in Kazakhstan: a technical economic evaluation
Hannah DALY , Kate SCOTT , John BARRETT & Neil STRACHAN, UCL, UK Modelling indirect emissions within UK TIMES
Mr Sebastien Postic, MINES ParisTech Long Term Assessment of energy efficiency solutions and application to active control in the residential sector

10:40-11:40

ETSAP - TIAM Collaboration
Chair: Markus Blesl
Olivier Dessens, Gabrial Anandarajah, UCL Energy Institute, University College London Role of unconventional gas on limiting climate change warming to 2°C in 2100: a study with the TIAM-UCL energy system integrated assessment model.
Tom Kober, ECN Pathway to Reach a 2°C Climate Stabilisation
Markus Blesl Results of the ETSAP TIAM cooperation phase I and the next steps in phase II

11:40-12:40

Brunch Break

ETSAP projects: Collaborations and Proposals


12:40-13:40

Session 6: Presentation of ETSAP Project Proposals
Chair: George Giannakidis
(5 mins for each presentation followed by a brief discussion)
S. Kypreos, A. Lehtila Model enhancement and peer review publication describing the TIAM-MACRO MODEL (TMM)
M. Blesl, T. Kober Third Phase of the Collaboration for a common ETSAP-TIAM by partners - focus: Improvement of the regional representation of Europe in ETSAP-TIAM
B. O Gallachoir Linking TIMES and CGE Models - Moving towards best practice
J. Duerinck Improvement of model structure for iron & steel industry in TIAM
G. Simbolotti, G.C. Tosato ETechDS Data Normalization and Handling for Modeling Use (2nd phase)
M. Gargiulo ETSAP VEDA-TIMES Advanced DEMO Models
P. Dodds Visualisation of TIAM and other TIMES/MARKAL Reference Energy Systems
K. Tigas Improving the electricity sector planning in TIMES in view of large scale RES penetration

14:00-17:00

Executive Committee meeting