iiESI Workshop on Energy Systems Integration (ESI) May 27-28th 2014 (Copenhagen)

Dear CITIES partner,

In a joint effort with the International Institute for Energy Systems Integrations (iiESI) we have organised a Workshop on Energy Systems Integration in relation to the Consortium Meeting of CITIES in May. The Consortium Meeting of CITIES meeting is, as you already know, held on May 26th and in the morning of 27th May on DTU, and the iiESE workshop will be held on 27th May (after lunch) and 28th May.  The workshop is organised in collaboration with some of CITIES’ international partners, namely Prof. Mark O’Malley, University College Dublin, and Director Dr. Benjamin Kroposki, National Renewable Energy Laboratory.  As a participant of CITIES you are invited to attend this workshop too, so please save the dates. Please RSVP to mark.omalley@ucd.ie (with a copy to me) if you want to participate.

You can find the program here.

Presentations

Energy Policy Directions and the Integrated Road-Map by Marie Donnelly:Presentation.

U.S. Perspectives on Energy Systems Integration by Dana Christensen Presentation.

Outputs from Washington Workshop and Introducing the Themes of Copenhagen Workshop by Mark O’Malley: Presentation.

An appraisal of the EU Internal Energy Market by Ignacio J. Pérez-Arriaga: Presentation.

Experiences of PJM and Other US Markets in a Deregulated Environment by Andrew Ott: Presentation.

Maryland’s Competitive Electricity Markets: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going by Anne E. Hoskins: Presentation.

Hybrid Utility Regulation in the United States Midwest: Achievements & Challenges by Eric Callisto: Presentation.

Gas/power task force by Juha Kiviluoma: Presentation.

Synergies between Gas and Electricity Networks and Markets by Christian Hewicker: Presentation.

Adapting Gas-Power Generation to New Role in Low-Carbon Energy Systems by Sandra Scalari: Presentation.

Energy Systems Integration Facility by Ben Kroposki: Presentation.

Lessons Learnt in International Demand Response by Laurent Schmitt: Presentation.

Technical Challenges for System Operators in facilitating Demand Side Aggregation and the Smart Grid by Patrick Liddy: Presentation.

A commercial Initiative to Utilise Decentralised Assets to Integrate Renewables by Simon Børresen: Presentation.

Demand Response: The Atlantic Divide by Michael Hogan: Presentation.

Flexibility, distributed resources and multi-energy systems by Patrick Van Hove: Presentation.

IWA WATER, CLIMATE AND ENERGY PROGRAMME by Inspiring Change: Presentation.

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus Global conflicts and possible solutions by Gustaf Olsson: Presentation.

The Energy Water Nexus – as seen by the World Energy Council: Presentation.

WATER & ENERGY – Viewpoint from an electric utility by BELLET Laurent: Presentation.

Energy Technology Perspectives 2014: a look at Energy Systems Integration by Jean Francois Gagne: Presentation.

Water – Energy Nexus by Panel Co-Chairs Peter Steen Mikkelsen, DTU and Karen Forsten, EPRI: Presentation.

IWA WATER, CLIMATE AND ENERGY PROGRAMME by Inspiring Change: Presentation.

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus Global conflicts and possible solutions by Gustaf Olsson: Presentation.

WATER & ENERGY Viewpoint from an electric utility by BELLET Laurent: Presentation.

Decentralisation & DSM” Identified Needs: Presentation.

The Energy Water Nexus – as seen by the World Energy Council by Karl Rose: Presentation.

Outputs from Copenhagen Workshop by Mark O’Malley: Presentation.

/CITIES

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