In this workshop, questions will be discussed vis-à-vis with other scenarios studies to identify similarities of pathway results (robust findings), understand differences and elaborate on consolidated findings in terms of relevance to latest EU strategies (e.g. the SET Plan and Green Deal).
Latest analyses on energy transition scenarios for Europe envision climate neutrality by 2050. The road or pathway to decarbonize the energy system will be driven by a combination of factors and synergies between technological development, policy exertion, and societal attitudes. In the openENTRANCE project, we have developed an original set of storylines to inspire modelers, policy makers, industry actors, and the public to understand: If there are no major technological developments in the next decades, to what extent can we rely on societal commitment and stronger cooperation within the EU? What technological innovations (e.g. CCS, hydrogen, and others) could have the major impact to an effective European energy transition?
Workshop program and organization
The workshop is entirely online with some 'get-together' watch parties organized by openENTRANCE partners in their respective countries (subjected to Covid-19 conditions).
The workshop is open! To attend the workshop, please register at https://bit.ly/3oRZxjs There you will also find further information about the workshop and the openENTRANCE project.