Decarbonising the EU energy system: evaluating decentralised vs. centralised pathways

As the SET-Nav project draws to an end, this final conference in Brussels will discuss it's results and recommendations.

SET-Nav aims to support strategic decision-making in Europe’s energy sector, enhancing innovation towards a clean, secure and efficient energy system through design and evaluation of different transition pathways, stakeholder discussions and modelling of a variety of case studies. The different pathways analysed multiple dimensions of impact: sustainability, reliability and supply security, global competitiveness and efficiency, with important implications for the next steps in decarbonising the EU energy system. 

Against this backdrop, the final conference will present the acquired knowledge, policy implications and recommendations and discuss them with key stakeholders and experts

21
March 2019
Thursday
09:30-16:30

1487

Programme

Speakers

Gustav Resch
TU Wien
Marijke Welisch
TU Wien
Pedro Crespo del Granado
NTNU
Yeong-Jae Kim
University of East Anglia
Michael Hartner
TU Wien
Stephanie Heitel
Fraunhofer ISI
Andrea Herbst
Fraunhofer ISI
Frank Sensfuss
Fraunhofer ISI
Andrés Ramos
Comillas
Ruud Egging
NTNU
Peter Kotek
REKK
Franziska Holz
DIW Berlin
Christian von Hirschhausen
DIW Berlin
Arnaud Fougeyrollas
SEURECO
Kostis Sakellaris
DG CLIMA, European Commission

Discussants

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Decarbonising the EU energy system: evaluating decentralised vs. centralised pathways

21
March 2019
Thursday
09:30-16:30
Participation is free of charge. Registration is required to participate

1487

CEPS Conference room