EMP-E 2020: Modelling Climate Neutrality for the European Green Deal
The fourth conference of the Energy Modelling Platform for Europe (EMP-E) took place on 6th–8th October 2020. Thank you to all of those who took part in this years' conference. We are looking forward to your participation next year.
The conference was put together in co-operation with the H2020 Energy Modelling Group, made up of eight Horizon 2020 projects.
The EMP-E brought together scientists and policy makers working on current energy modelling and energy policy issues, looking at the current and future opportunities for change.
This annual conference sought to bridge the gap between scientific modellers and policy makers at all levels, with the help of European Commission representatives. To reach beyond local, national and regional policymakers, and engage with the widest possible range of stakeholders involved in the EU energy system, modelling and policy insights developed during the conference will be opened up to a peer review process and compiled into an informative report.
The platform creates an environment for exchange and sharing of ideas, where research and development in energy modelling currently undertaken across Europe can reach policy makers and other modellers. By creating this space to share ideas, European energy modelling data, tools and results can help inform the next energy innovations and policy.
For more information and access to videos, presentations, and key takeaways please visit the websit of the openENTRANCE proejct: EMP-E 2020 – Recordings and Key Takeaways – openENTRANCE