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ETSAP Regular Workshop

New Delhi (India) – Spring Workshop 2010
TERI, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, India
January 18-23, 2010

Workshop Final Program
Monday - Wednesday, January 18-20, 2010
Seminar Hall, TERI
TIMES Training
(The program is posted at www.etsap.org- Participation: restricted to registered trainees.)
Trainers: Amit Kanudia, Maurizio Gargiulo:  VEDA-TIMES
              Ken Nobles, Maurizio Gargiulo:     ANSWER-TIMES

Wedneday, January 20, 2010 (11.00-15.30)
Magnolia Hall, IHC
Informal ETSAP experts meetings

11.00-13.00 (After the morning coffee/tea break)
ETSAP-TIAM:
Achievements and developments (a discussion note will be distributed to the participants)
14.00-15.30 (After lunch)
The ETSAP Technology Data Source
Achievements and developments (a discussion note will be distributed to the participants)

Wedneday, January 20, 2010 (16.00-18.00)
Magnolia Hall, IHC
ETSAP Executive Committee

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

Thursday-Friday, January 21-22, 2010
Magnolia Hall, IHC
Joint TERI - ETSAP Workshop

Energy Modelling Tools & Techniques to address Sustainable Development & Climate Change
(see next page)

Saturday, January 23, 2010
Seminar Hall, TERI
Training course on advanced MARKAL-ANSWER options

(The program is posted at www.etsap.org. Participation: restricted to registered trainees.)
Trainers: Socrates Kypreos, <socrates.kypreos@psi.ch> Theory
Ken Noble, <noblesoft@netspeed.com.au> Examples
Thursday-Friday, January 21-22, 2010, Magnolia Hall, IHC
Joint TERI ETSAP Workshop
Energy Modelling Tools & Techniques to address Sustainable Development & Climate Change

Thursday, January 21, 2010

8.30-9.00 Registration
9.00-9.30 Opening
Welcome by Dr R K Pachauri, Director General, TERI Opening Remarks by GianCarlo Tosato, IEA-ETSAP
9.30-11.00 Session n. 1
Session n. 1 Climate Change and Mitigation
Chair: Prodipto Ghosh, TERI, India
Atul Kumar, TERI, India India’s Energy Sector: Options & Challenges
Denise Van Regemorter, KULeuven, Belgium, and IPTS Sevilla Economic cost of Climate Change in Europe
Amaro Pereira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil GHG Mitigation Strategies and the Energy Options for the Brazilian Power Sector
Qi Zhang, Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Japan Study on Integrated Computer Model for Long-term Scenario Analysis of Zero-carbon Energy System and its Application to Japan
11.20-13.00 Session n. 2
Session n. 2 Energy Security and Co-benefits Analysis
Chair: GianCarlo TOSATO, IEA-ETSAP
Fabian WAGNER, IIASA Co-benefits Analysis based on GAINS-Asia Model
Evasio Lavagno, Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy The EC REACCESS Project on Energy Corridors and Security of Supply in Europe
Kenichi Matsumoto, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan Energy Mix Change and Energy Security Improvement through Climate Change Mitigation: Analysis of the RCP Cases
Gilles Guerassimoff, Edi Assoumou, Nadia Maïzi, Centre for Applied Mathematics, Mines ParisTech, France Biomass for Energy uses: Assessment Methodology for France
14.00-15.20 Session n. 3
Session n. 3 New Emerging Technologies and Long Term Energy Models
Chair: Socrates Kypreos, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
Socrates Kypreos and Hal Turton, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland Climate Change Scenarios Evaluated with MERGE-ETL and Technology Transfer Protocols
Mariangela Guidolin, Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Padua, Italy The Diffusion of Photovoltaic Energy across Countries: Modelling Choices and Forecasts for National Growth Patterns
David Bruchof, Institute of Energy Economics and the Rational Use of Energy (IER), University of Stuttgart, Germany Contribution of Alternative Fuels and Power Trains to the Achievement of Climate Protection Targets within the EU27
15.40-17.40 Session n. 4
Session n. 4 Sustainable Cities & Habitats: Integrating Local Level Concerns in Planning
Chair: S. Sundar, TERI, India
Kari Aamodt Espegren, IFE, Norway Regional MARKAL Modelling: Focusing on Introduction of Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier in Norway
Chhavi Dhingra, TERI, India Addressing Sustainability Concerns in Basic Urban Service Delivery
Thomas Hamacher, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma-physics, Germany Urban energy systems modelled with TIMES
Nagaraj Sivasubramaniam, Duquesne University (USA) Effectiveness of Carbon Mitigation Strategies at the Municipal Level: Application and Extension of MARKAL Models
Roman Kanala, Haute Ecole de Gestion, Genève & Université de Genève First Modelling Attempts with Social MARKAL Approach

Friday, January 22, 2010

9.00-9.30 Uwe Remme, IEA, Energy Technology Office
Energy Technology Perspectives 2010
9.30-11.20 Session n. 5
Session n. 5 Use of the TIMES Integrated Assessment Model (ETSAP-TIAM)
Chair: Maryse Labriet, ENERIS, Madrid, Spain
Maryse Labriet, ENERIS, Madrid, Spain Applications of TIAM: Future role of renewables (RETD) and post-COP15 World strategies (SynsCOP15)
Markus Blesl, Institute of Energy Economics and the Rational Use of Energy (IER), University of Stuttgart, Germany The Role of the Natural Gas Supply for Europe: An Analysis with TIAM-IER
Sandrine Selosse, Centre for Applied Mathematics, Mines ParisTech, France Regional Impacts of the Global Carbon Stakes: Long Term Prospective with the ETSAP-TIAM Model
Helene Ystanes Føyn, Olexandr Balyk, DTU Climate Centre, Risoe DTU, Denmark A Global Renewable Energy System - A Modelling Exercise in ETSAP/TIAM
11.20-13.00 Session n. 6
Session n. 6 Energy Planning Tools and Frameworks
Chair: Denise Van Regemorter, KULeuven, Belgium, and IPTS Sevilla
Kazushige Shimpo, Keio University, Japan / Kartik Krishna Ganju, TERI Life Cycle Analysis of Solar Modules and Lanterns Using an Input-Output Approach
Andrew Marquard, Energy Environment and Climate Change Programme, University of Cape Town, South Africa Sustainable National Accessible Power Planning - Accessible Creation of Rigorous Future Electricity Scenarios in South Africa
Shaligram Pokharel, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Modelling for Energy Future: Econometric and Backcasting Method
Kannan Ramachandran, Energy Economics Group, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland Experience from the Development of a New Swiss TIMES Electricity Model
Kenneth Karlsson, DTU Climate Centre, Risø DTU, Denmark Wind Power Potentials in Global Energy Models
14.00-15.40 Session n. 7
Session n. 7 Energy Planning and Policies
Chair: Prabir Sengupta, TERI, India
Amrit Man Nakarmi, SJM SOM, IIT Bombay, Mumbai Modelling for Energy Planning and Policy Analysis for Nepal
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen and Poul Erik Grohnheit, Risoe DTU, Denmark Tax Incidence from Environmental Taxation
Shuichi Ashina, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan Japan Roadmaps Toward a Low-Carbon Society by Backcasting
Francesco Gracceva, National Agency for Energy and Environment, Italy New TIMES-Italy for Scenario Analyses to Support Policymakers: Preserving Independence and Credibility
Erik Ahlgren, Chalmers University of Technology The POEM Modelling Framework
16.00-18.00 Session n. 8
Session n. 8 Activities with ETSAP Tools: an Update
Chair: GianCarlo TOSATO, IEA-ETSAP
Thomas Alfstad, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA Highlights of Recent US Climate Policy Analysis at Brookhaven National Lab
Francoise Nemry, EC Commission JRC/IPTS Presentation Title: TIMES-based modelling activities in the Joint Research Centre
Brian O Gallachoir, University College Cork Presentation Title: Building Irish TIMES from PET Ireland.
Wouter Nijs, VITO, Belgium Technology Choices for Steel Production in TIMES
Tanay Sidki Uyar, YTAM New Technologies Research and Application Center Marmara University, Istanbul Turkey Emission Mitigation Scenarios in Turkish MARKAL Model
Gary Goldstein, International Resource Group, USA ETSAP Liaison Officer Activities

Energy Technology Systems Analysis Programme
Annex XI: Joint Studies for New and Mitigated Energy Systems

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