CenSES årskonferanse dag 2: 22. november 2018

CenSES annual conference 22 November 2018 at Scandic Holmenkollen Park

Welcome to CenSES Energy and climate conference: Clean Energy for All!

November 22, Scandic Holmenkollen Park Oslo

CenSES Research centre welcomes you to attend the energy and climate conference with an exiciting program with prolific discussions in the following sessions:

• Future Energy Systems

• Well Below 2 Degrees!

• Socio-technical Energy Transitions

An adjoining conferences is arranged November 21,  a conference held in Norwegian with speakers from politics, industry and academia.  Read more about that conference here. Separate registration is required.

Registration for November 22 is done below.

Presentations (slides) are available for download under the tab "program" at each presenter's title of talk respectively. 

CenSES Scientific Conference - November 22

CenSES Scientific Conference - November 22

Key note speakers: 

Kathryn Janda - University College London

Edgar Hertwich - Yale

 

Martin Anfinsen - NTNU

Anders Arvesen - NTNU

Hans Auer - Technische Universität Wien

Stian Backe - NTNU

Øyvind Bjørgum - NTNU

Endre Bjørndal - NHH

Mette Bjørndal - NHH

Allan Dahl Andersen - UiO

Ruud Egging - NTNU

Gunnar Eskeland - NHH

Ingvild Firman Fjellså - NTNU

Sedsel Fretheim Thomassen - IFE

Steven Gabriel - University of Maryland

Matthias Haase - SINTEF

Ida M. Henriksen - NTNU

Lina Ingeborgrud - NTNU

Stefan Jaehnert - SINTEF

Paul Kishimota - IIASA

Tom Kober - Paul Scherrer Institut

Marius Korsnes - NTNU

Volker Krey - IIASA

Henrik Madsen - DTU

Helen Pallett - University of East Anglia

Michael Pollitt - Cambridge Judge Business School

Sarah Royston - University of Sussex

Linn Emelie Schäfer - SINTEF

Pernille Seljom - IFE

Christian Skar - Powel

Markus Steen - SINTEF

Thomas E. Sutcliffe - NTNU

Taran Mari Thune - UiO

Future Energy Systems
An emission free energy system in 2050 is the ambition of Europe. In order to reach this goal, a high degree of renewable energy is essential. Active consumers, integration between energy markets and flexibility in the production of energy in Europe are key components in this transition. This track focus on the interplay between technology, system, market and individuals.

Well Below 2 Degrees!
To what extent are Norway and the rest of the world on their way changing the direction necessary to meet the commonly shared goal of well below 2°C? This track discuss discrepancies between ambitions and action. Different perspectives, measures and means to reduce greenhouse gases in both Norway and the world in general are presented. What financial and political steps are necessary?

Socio-technical energy transitions
As energy- and transport systems across the world are expected to change in a more sustainable direction, society is also transformed. Thus, the politics of energy transitions are also related to culture, practices, innovation and everyday life. It is therefore important to explore how diverse actor collectives participate in the transition, how unexpected realms of life are affected by transition activities, as well as which new opportunities these dynamics create for commercial activity and business.

Program

08.00 - 09.00       Registration and Coffee

09.00 - 09.40       Plenary Lecture: Saga C

Kathryn Janda - University College London
Beyond technology: Re-Designing Energy Research and Social Engagement

10.00 - 11.30       Parallell Tracks - Discussion at end of each session

Future Energy Systems - Flexible Energy Systems - Saga C

Steven Gabriel - University of Maryland
A Dynamic Programming Approach to Optimal Residential Demand Response Scheduling in Near Real-Time: Application for Electricity Retailers in ERCOT Power Markets

Stian Backe - NTNU
Multiscale Stochastic Programming: Flexible Neighborhoods in the European Power System

Henrik Madsen - DTU
How to use flexibility for accelerating the green transition

Mette Bjørndal - NHH
Does intermittent generation require stochastic dispatch models?

Well Below 2 Degrees! - 2050 Pathways I - Auditorium A

Volker Krey - IIASA
A people-centered approach to limiting global warming to 1.5°C

Matthias Haase - SINTEF
Towards Net Zero Energy Public Resilient Communities

Ruud Egging - NTNU
Preliminary insights from the SET-Nav pathways

Pao-Yu Oei - TU Berlin
A Transition to 100% Renewable Energies in Europe by 2050

Socio-technical Energy Societies - Industrial Transformation - Auditorium B

Allan Dahl Andersen - UiO
Reflections on the industrial dynamics of energy transitions: implications for research and policy

Markus Steen - SINTEF
Sustainable maritime transport: batteries, hydrogen or biofuels?

Øyvind Bjørgum - NTNU
Towards a sustainability transition in the maritime shipping sector: the role of market segment characteristics

Taran Mari Thune - UiO
Transitions and the oil and gas industry: green flings or permanent relationships?

11.30 – 12.30    Lunch

12.30 - 14.00       Parallell Tracks - Discussion at end of each session

Future Energy Systems - Future Energy Market - Saga C

Michael Pollitt - Cambridge Judge Business School
The Future Electricity Market and Its Regulation

Stein-Erik Fleten - NTNU
Managing Shutdown Decisions in Commodity Production: A Social Commerce Perspective

Hanspeter Höschle - Energyville / VITO
Markets for Energy, Flexibility & Availability - Modelling framework for capacity mechanisms

Stefan Jaehnert - SINTEF
Hydropower's role in the future internal European energy market

Endre Bjørndal - NHH
Flexibility in the local grid

Well Below 2 Degrees! - 2050 Pathways II - Auditorium A

Tom Kober - Paul Scherrer Institut
Energy system implications of a well-below-2°C emissions trajectory

Steven Gabriel
The future of natural gas

Linn Emelie Schäfer - SINTEF
The European power system in a global context towards 2050

Sedsel Fretheim Thomassen - IFE
How does climate change impact future energy demand?

Socio-technical Energy Societies - Participation,Practice and Community-Auditorium B

Helen Pallett – The University of East Anglia
Mapping whole systems participation in UK low carbon energy transitions

Ingvild Firman Fjellså - NTNU
Energy practices, reflections and flexibility: Stories from end-users

Ida Marie Henriksen - SINTEF
Social process of EC charging

Thomas E. Sutcliffe - NTNU
Smart cities and engagement of publics

14.00 – 14.30    Coffee break

14.30 - 16.00     Parallell Tracks - Discussion at end of each session

Future Energy Systems - The Zero Emission European Energy System - Saga C

Hans Auer - Technische Universität Wien
Decarbonisation of the European Energy System - Can Improved Market Design Trigger Succesful Business Models?

Anders Arvesen - NTNU
Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of power systems in the context of 2°C

Christian Skar - Powel / NTNU
Demand response in a low-carbon European power system

Pernille Seljom - IFE
European Low Carbon Scenarios, based on SSPs

Well Below 2 Degrees! - Decarbonizing Transport - Auditorium A

Gunnar Eskeland - NHH
Decarbonizing Transport: Why it matters how we do it

Asgeir Tomasgard - NTNU
Deacarbonization of the Norwegian transport sector 

Paul Kishimoto - IIASA
Transportation energy in a sub-2°C world: modeling demand and transitions

Hans Jakob Walnum - Vestlandsforskning
Is it possible to decarbonise tourism? A case study of cruise ship tourism to Norway

Socio-technical Energy Societies - Energy Policy and Energy Demand Strategies - Auditorium B

Sarah Royston – University of Sussex
In search of Invisible Energy Policy

Marius Korsnes - NTNU
Rooftop PV in China: Overcapacity, need for electricity or smart city?

Lina Ingeborgrud - NTNU
Bus or light rail? The shaping of urban public transport in Trondheim and Bergen

Martin Anfinsen - NTNU
Green and gendered? Cultural perspectives on the road towards electric mobility

16.00 – 16.30    Coffee break

16.30 - 17.15     Plenary Lecture: Saga C

Edgar Hertwich - Yale University
Energy Science and Social Change

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Registration

Registration

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Hotel booking

Hotel

The conference takes place at Scandic Holmenkollen Park in Oslo. Find location here

Hotel can be booked at Scandic Holmenkollen Park with booking code BCEN211118