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Summer School on Energy Systems: Sector Coupling and Energy Modelling

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  • Mon 21 Sep 2020 09.00 - 10.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-09-21 9:00 2020-09-21 10:00 Europe/Paris Summer School on Energy Systems: Sector Coupling and Energy Modelling

The Florence School of Regulation and the Fraunhofer Cluster of Excellence Integrated Energy Systems are organising the 1st edition of the Summer School on Energy Systems. This year, the focus will be on sector coupling and energy modelling.

The Summer School on Energy Systems will focus on the economic, policy and regulatory aspects of sector coupling in the European Union and the possible ways to model and investigate them quantitatively. In the first part of the course, participants will gather a general overview of European energy policy and the importance of coupling different energy end-uses and vectors to achieve the energy transition. Given their central role in the current debate and business developments, the organisation of the electricity and gas markets, the regulation of the related networks, and their interplay will be presented. In the second part of the course, participants will explore a few quantitative studies and modelling exercises that shed some light on the problems and issues identified in the first part. They will also have the opportunity to present their current research on the topics and receive accurate feedback from peers and the course faculty.

This course is designed for PhD students and young researchers interested in learning more about sector coupling and its modelling.

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  Outside EUI premises -

The Florence School of Regulation and the Fraunhofer Cluster of Excellence Integrated Energy Systems are organising the 1st edition of the Summer School on Energy Systems. This year, the focus will be on sector coupling and energy modelling.

The Summer School on Energy Systems will focus on the economic, policy and regulatory aspects of sector coupling in the European Union and the possible ways to model and investigate them quantitatively. In the first part of the course, participants will gather a general overview of European energy policy and the importance of coupling different energy end-uses and vectors to achieve the energy transition. Given their central role in the current debate and business developments, the organisation of the electricity and gas markets, the regulation of the related networks, and their interplay will be presented. In the second part of the course, participants will explore a few quantitative studies and modelling exercises that shed some light on the problems and issues identified in the first part. They will also have the opportunity to present their current research on the topics and receive accurate feedback from peers and the course faculty.

This course is designed for PhD students and young researchers interested in learning more about sector coupling and its modelling.


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Outside EUI premises -

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Online training

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