Workshops

 

Workshops are a vital part of the PAC project. They are how the project team reaches out to civil society, industry and technical experts to better understand what a Paris compatible energy scenario for Europe could look like. The workshops also act as an important forum for organisations working on energy and climate issues to exchange ideas and to grow our collective knowledge. The PAC project organises two different workshop series. If you are interested in participating in either one of them, please reach out to us via info@pac-scenarios.eu. Please note that workshop participation is upon invitation only.

Modellers' Workshops

Modellers’ exchange workshops bring together experts from the modelling community and stakeholders with a strong interest in modelling. Each workshop focuses on a distinct challenge in modelling a future energy system and discusses how different modellers deal with new complexities in their work.

Second Modellers' Exchange Workshop on synthetic gas

The second Modellers' Exchange Workshop was characterised by lively discussions, inspired by research from the Öko-Institut & Fraunhofer - IEE on the future role and potentials of power-to-gas...

First Modellers' Exchange Workshop

At this first Modellers’ Exchange Workshop, 32 experts from research institutes, grid operators, NGOs, energy suppliers, consultancies and think tanks compared modelling of power-to-x technologies.

Scenario Workshops

Scenario workshops allow participants to discuss assumptions on energy generation mix, consumption patterns, prices, technology development (among others) to develop a robust PAC scenario. The workshops are primarily aimed at civil society representatives with expert inputs from industry, academia and the policy sphere.

Second Scenario Workshop

What energy mix will there be in a net-zero emissions world? These questions are discussed in Brussels at the PAC Scenarios Workshop, with civil...

First Scenario Workshop

The first scenario workshop of the PAC Project posed the question - "How much energy demand will there be in a net-zero emissions world?" and brought...