Workshop organised by ZMA and Energiaklub
3rd of November 2016.
9:30Greetings and professional introduction
Heinz-Peter Behr, Ambassador of Germany to Hungary
Orsolya Fülöp, Energiaklub, policy director
Benedek Jávor, European Parliament, member of Greens/EFA
9:45I. The role of alternative energy planning and modelling in sustainable energy transition – methods and good practices
In the first section of the conference we provide European examples to learn from. At first, the Hungarian This way ahead! research group and the authors of the Alternative and Sustainable Energy Scenarios for Hungary will present their alternative energy models. Afterwards, Danish methodology of energy modelling and the main results of the German Energiewende will be presented.
Béla Munkácsy, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Orsolya Fülöp, Energiaklub, Hungary
Poul Alberg Østergaard, Aalborg University, Denmark
Christian Redl, Agora Energiewende, Germany
13:00II. Alternative energy strategies in CEE countries
In the afternoon program, experts from Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo will present their alternative energy models and their experiences with the uptake of their findings in national and international strategies and policies.
Neven Duic, International Centre for Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES), University of Zagreb, Croatia
Garret Tankosić-Kelly, South East Europe Sustainable Energy Policy (SEESEP), Serbia
Nevena Smilevska, Eko-svest, Macedonia
Learta Hollaj, Institute for Development Policy (INDEP), Kosovo
14:30III. Synchronise efforts for the European success – reflections from regional experts and preparation of a common macro-regional modelling initiative
This session will provide rooms for reflections, especially regarding the opportunities for cooperation in energy modelling and strategy planning with a focus on the CEE region.
moderator: Benedek Jávor
József Feiler, Climate Foundation, Hungary
András Krolopp,The Nature Conservancy Europe, Germany
László Szabó, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK), Hungary
15:30Summary and final words
VENUE: K11 Art and Cultural Centre, Budapest (Budapest, Király str. 11. - map)
Working language of the workshop is English, we do not provide interpreters.