International Energy Workshop 2014

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2014 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY WORKSHOP
Program

June 4-6, 2014 Beijing


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Opening Session Transition toward low carbon future
9:30 am - 12:30 pm, Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Logistic issues: Jiang Kejun
Chair: Bob van der Zwaan
Open Remark: Jiang Yaodong, Vice President of CUMTB
Elmar Kriegler, IPCC finding and transition pathways
H-Holger Rogner, perspective on energy and climate challenges in Asia

Plenary Session 2
Energy and development
9:30 am - 11:30 pm, Thursday, June 5, 2014
Chair: Massimo Tavoni
RAO Shilpa, IIASA, The Global  Clean Air Challenge: Integrating Approaches for Air Pollution Control
Chen Wenying, Tsinghua University, Integrated Energy Environment Modeling for future China

11:30 – 12:30 Panel discussion
Chair: Massimo Tavoni
Bob van der Zwaan, Geoffrey Blanford, Jiang Kejun

Plenary Session 3

Assessing economies growing energy needs and CO2 emission: China and the World
9:30 am - 12:30 pm, Friday, June 6, 2014
Chair: Jiang Kejun
Aart de Zeeuw, Climate Tipping and Economic Growth: Precautionary Saving and the Social Cost of Carbon
Wang Zheng, Chinese Academy of Science, An climate change economical IAM based on the world economy
Cao Jing, Tsinghua University, Carbon Tax and Air Pollution Control in China

 

ParallelSession 1
1:45 pm - 3:30 pm, Wednesday

A1. Energy System, the Fifth Meeting Room
Chair: Xu Xiangyang

Lorenza Campagnolo, FondazioneEni Enrico Mattei – Feem, DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACT OF REDUCING FOSSIL FUEL SUBSIDIES IN INDONESIA

Jan Steckel,PIK, MCC, TU Berlin,Evidence for a renaissance of coal

Hui-ChihChai, Associate Engineer, Nonlinear cointegration in Asia LNG market and its policy implications

Ting-Rui Sun. Institute of Nuclear Energy Research,Estimation of price elasticities for MARKAL-ED model-Evidence from Taiwan
B1. Emission Trading Scheme, the Sixth Meeting Room
Chair: Frank Jotzo

Hongbo Duan, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, What’s impact of the allocation of carbon permits on the cost-effectiveness of carbon trading market?

Claudia Kettner, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), The EU Emission Trading Scheme: Is there a need for price stabilisation?

Jie Wu, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Science, Economic Effects of Different Quota Allocation in Carbon Trading of China

 

C1. Energy and Climate Modelling 1, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Johannes Emmerling

Nico Bauer, PIK, Climate change stabilization and the energy-land nexus

Paul Burke, Australian National University, China's coal demand is becoming more price elastic

Mischke Peggy, Department of Management Engineering, Energy Systems Analysis Division, Technical University of Denmark, Modelling tools to evaluate China's future energy system: a review of the Chinese perspective

RAO Shilpa, IIASA, A MULTI-MODEL COMPARISON OF THE CO-BENEFITS OF CLIMATE POLICIES FOR AIR POLLUTION

D1. Renewables and Electricity 1, Jinyuan Hall
Chair: Welsch Manuel

Geoffrey Blanford, Ifo Institute, Modeling Decreasing Returns to Renewable Energy

Leduc Sylvain, IIASA, BIOENERGY PRODUCTION AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES CONSERVATION IN THE ALPS

P.R.Shukla, Indian insitute of Management, Ahmedabad, Modelling solar and bioenergy dynamics in low carbon scenarios in India

 

E1 Economics of Renewable Energy Technologies, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room
Chair: Iain MacGill

Gregory Nemet,University of Wisconsin,Characterizing the effects of policy instruments on the future costs of carbon capture

Bruno Merven, Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town, Economywide Implications of Policy and Uncertainty in the Power Sector of South Africa: A Linked Modeling Approach

Alvaro Calzadilla, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Desert Power 2050: Regional and sectoral impacts of renewable electricity production in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa

Ahlgren Erik, Chalmers University of Technology, Future bioenergy scenarios under carbon constraints - A model analysis for Sweden

ParallelSession2
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Wednesday
A2. Uncertainty, the Fifth Meeting Room

Chair: Alvaro Calzadilla

Laurent Drouet, FondazioneEni Enrico Mattei, Carbon budgets for different decision making criteria under uncertainty

Giacomo Marangoni, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei / Politecnico di Milano / Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici, Optimal Clean Energy R&D Investments Under Uncertainty: an Approximate Dynamic Programming Approach

Steve Pye, University College London, The uncertain but critical role of demand reduction in meeting long-term energy decarbonisation targets

Iain MacGill, University of New South Wales, Distributional Effects of the Australian Renewable Energy Target (RET) through Wholesale and Retail Electricity Price Impacts

B2. Carbon Pricing/Carbon Tariff,  the Sixth Meeting Room
Chair: Claudia Kettner

Frank Jotzo, Australian National University, Carbon pricing in China: catalyst for market reform in the energy sector?

Mark Wolfgang Sommer, WIFO,Long-term Climate Mitigation and Energy Use in Austria - The impacts of carbon and energy prices

Ina Meyer, Austrian Institute of Economic Research – WIFO, Long-term Climate Mitigation and Energy Use in Austria - The impacts of carbon and energy prices

Weiqi TANG, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, PINNING DOWN THE "HOT AIR" IN CHINA  -- Simulation of the Effect of Domestic ETS Using an Endogenous Growth CGE model

C2. Energy and Climate Modelling 2, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Nico Bauer

Jae Edmonds, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Global Climate, Energy, and Economic Implications of International Energy Offsets Programs

Johannes Emmerling, FondazioneEni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and CMCC, Sharing of Climate Risks across Macro Regions

Paul Natsuo Kishimoto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Projecting provincial energy demand and CO2 emissions in China to 2025

Adriana Marcucci, ETH Zurich, Effect on global technology development of moderate policies and unilateral action: The case of EU and China

D2 Transport 1, Jinyuan Hall
Chair: David McCollum

Jing Dai, University of Kassel, Stated Preferences for Alternative Fuel Vehicles: Are Chinese Individuals Different?

Subash Dhar, UNEP Risoe Centre, DTU Management Engineering, Fuel Efficiency of Road Passenger Vehicles:   Energy Security and Co-Benefits Analysis for India

Takuya Hara, Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc., A variety of near-optimal solutions in the vehicle mix optimization model

Gouri Shankar Mishra, University of California Davis, Global Transportation Demand and Fuel Use Assessment in the New IPCC Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs)

E2 Energy and Emission Scenarios, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room
Chair: Paul Burke

AyakaJones, Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy, International Energy Outlook 2013 and the Modeling Approach

Elmar Kriegler, Will economic growth and fossil fuel scarcity help or hinder climate stabilization?

Kris Poncelet, KU Leuven/EnergyVille, The Importance of Incorporating Short-term Dynamics in Long-term Energy Planning Models: an Evaluation

Evangelos Panos, Paul Scherrer Institute, CHOOSING A TEMPO TO POWER SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA IN 2050:  JAZZ AND SYMPHONY SCENARIOS OF THE WORLD ENERGY COUNCIL

Open Source Energy Modelling System (OSeMOSYS) - Side Event
12:40 - 13:35 ThursdayRoom(TBC)

ParallelSession3
1:45 pm - 3:30 pm, Thursday

A3. Challenges in Energy Modelling 1, the Fifth Meeting Room
Chair: Evasio Lavagno

Karen Fisher-Vanden, Pennsylvania State University, Does Outsourcing Reduce the Cost of Blackouts? Evidence From Chinese Enterprises

Nadia Maizi,MINES ParisTech,WHAT COMMITMENTS FOR THE FUTURE CLIMATE REGIME: LONG-TERM DECODING USING TIAM-FR

Bertrand Rioux,KAPSARC,Lowering Saudi Arabia’s fuel consumption and energy system costs without increasing end consumer prices

Yingying Lu, Australian National University, Substitutability and the Cost of Climate Mitigation Policy

B3 .Buildings, the Sixth Meeting Room
Chair: Kenneth Karlsson

Chiara Delmastro, Politecnico di Torino, Effect of urbanization growth and policies on the energy pattern of the Chinese residential sector: scenarios up to 2030

Xinfang Wang, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester, Exploration of High-emitting Households in the UK
Dieter Mayr,University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences,The curse of residential photovoltaic: potential negative impacts on public tax revenues in Cape Town, South Africa
Shengyuan ZHANG, School of Social Science, HKUST, The impact of building energy codes on urban residential energy consumption in China

C3 Renewables and Electricity 2, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Ahlgren Erik

Martin Börjesson,Chalmers University of Technology,Future bioenergy scenarios under carbon constraints - A model analysis for Sweden

Welsch Manuel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Incorporating Flexibility Requirements into Long-term Models -  A Case Study on High Levels of Renewable Electricity Penetration in Ireland

Swantje Sundt, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Consumer's willingness to pay for green electricity:  A meta-analysis of the literature

D3 Energy-Economy 1, Jinyuan Hall
Chair: Jan Steckel

Emanuele Campiglio, London School of Economics - Grantham Research Institute, The economics and management of climate-related international financial flows

James Carroll, Trinity College, Dublin, Increasing Efficient Appliance Purchases through Lifetime Monetary Consumption Information

Zsuzsanna Csereklyei, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Energy and Economic Growth: The Stylized Facts

Stéphanie Monjon, University Paris Dauphine, Would climate policy improve the European energy security?

E3 Electricity Market, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room
Chair: Zhou Sheng

 

Onur Cobanli, Humboldt University Berlin, Pipeline Power

Thiemo Pesch. Insitute of Energy and Climate Research. An integrated approach to analyse the transformation of the German energy system regarding power grid constraints

Vincent Krakowski, Mines ParisTech, Towards sustainable low-carbon power systems

Chunbo Ma, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia, Electricity Market Restructuring and Technological Mandates: Plant-level Evidence for China's Changing Operational Efficiency from 1997 to 2010

ParallelSession4
4:00 pm - 5:40 pm, Thursday

A4 .Challenges in Energy Modelling 2, the Fifth Meeting Room
Chair: Stéphanie Monjon

Massimo Tavoni,FEEM-CMCC, Production of Knowledge in Energy Efficiency

Meriem Hamdi-cherif, CIRED (Centre International de Recherchesurl'Environnement et le Dveloppement), Economic Globalization, Global energy issues and Climate Change China in global perspective

Evasio Lavagno, DENERG - Politecnico di Torino, A GIS-Integrated Model for Advanced Local Energy Planning

Evangelos Panos,Paul Scherrer Institute, Orchestrating or Improvising the Global Energy Transition: Scenario Modelling with the World Energy Council
B4 Policies in Electricity Generation, the Sixth Meeting Room
Chair: Samuel Carrara

Zsuzsanna Csereklyei, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Measuring the Impact of Nuclear Accidents on Energy Policy

Ching-HanDeng, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Analysis of Taiwan Power Planning Based on Zero Growth in Electricity Demand

Christoph Weissbart, Ifo Center for Climate, Energy and Exhaustible Resources, Ifo Institute, Munich, Current and future role of Renewable Energies in the Chinese Electricity System

Thiemo Pesch, Insitute of Energy and Climate Research, Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation, An integrated approach to analyse the transformation of the German energy system regarding power grid constraints

C4. Energy Use and Technology Change, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Mori Shunsuke

Kenneth Karlsson, Head of Energy System Analysis, System Analysis, DTU, Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives - Pathways to a Carbon Neutral Energy Future

David McCollum, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Energy independence: Assessing energy system, cost and climate implications

Mariliis Lehtveer, Chalmers University of Technology, Will Nuclear Power Reduce Climate Mitigation Cost? - Critical Parameters and Sensitivity

 

D4. Energy-Economy 2, Jinyuan Hall

Chair: Meriem Hamdi-cherif

Uwe, Remme, IEA, Energy Technology Perspectives 2014: Harnessing electricity's potential

Gang He, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley, China's ability to achieve national energy objectives depends on coordination of infrastructure and policy initiatives

Juergen Stich, TUM Create Limited, Cost Optimal Options for the Future Power Supply of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore

Rui zhang, Shanghai jiaotong university, Energy Wave Transition

E4 Regional analysis, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room
Chair: Liu Yingying

Brian Ó Gallachóir, University College Cork, Challenging EU Climate Energy Package Analysis - a Member State Case Study

Claudia Kettner, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), Assessing regional energy transition in Austria: An economy-wide approach

Nawfal SaadiFailali, KTH division of Energy Systems Analysis, An open source approach to Sweden's future energy system

Jan Steckel,PIK, MCC, TU Berlin,Determinants of Access to Basic Infrastructure in Developing Countries

IRENA special session
5:45 pm - 7:15 pm, Thursday
Brain storming session on the modelling of renewables for policy making

Parallel Session5
1:45 pm - 3:30 pm, Friday

A5. Climate Policies/Climate Agreement 1, Zhongbei Hall
Chair: Govinda Timilsina

Bobvan der Zwaan, ECN, Technology Roll-Out for Climate Change Mitigation:  A Multi-Model Study for Latin America

Lei Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China &Chinese Academy of Science, Financing and Disbursement of the Green Climate Fund in the Post-Kyoto Era

Ruben Lubowski, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)- Columbia University, Balancing Risks from Climate Policy Uncertainties: The Role of Options and Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)

Sonia Yeh, University of California, Summary of California Climate Policy Modeling (CCPM) Project

B5 Key factors in the modeling, the Third Meeting Room
Chair: Gary Jefferson

Marian Leimbach,Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research,Future growth pattern of regions - divergence or convergence?

Takayuki Takeshita, Nagasaki University, Assessing the Competitiveness of Wave Energy Technologies: A Regionally Detailed Analysis

Giacomo Schwarz, ETH Zurich, Household heterogeneity with non-homothetic preferences and the general equilibrium incidence of environmental taxes

Shu-Yi Ho Shuyi, Industrial Techonology Research Institute, Applying the Taiwan TIMES Model to Assess Effectiveness of Energy Efficiency Managements

C5 Green Paradox 1, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Fan Ying
JérômeHilaire, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, A Green Growth paradox: Are rebound and leakage effects undermining the effectiveness of renewable support policies?

Evelina Trutnevyte, UCL Energy Institute, Does cost optimization approximate the real-world energy transition? Retrospective modelling and implications for modelling the future

Lara Aleluia Reis, FEEM, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Synergies and interactions between climate change policies and air pollution control strategies - Results of the WITCH integrated assessment model

XI YANG, Tsinghua University, Qualifying co-benefit for carbon mitigation based on China-MAPLE model

D5 Adaptation and Land Use, the Seventh Meeting Room

Chair: Jae Edmonds

Delavane Turner, Stanford University, Management Science and Engineering, The Roles of Mitigation and Adaptation for Coastal Impacts from Climate Change, Extreme Events, and Catastrophe

Shunsuke Mori, Tokyo University of Science, An Expansion of an Integrated Assessment Model for the Assessment of Adaptation Effects

Markus Blesl, IER- University Stuttgart, Price and demand effects for energy crops and biomass under the EU GHG reduction target: linkages between the energy and the agricultural sector in the EU until 2050

David Gernaat, Utrecht University, Understanding the contribution of non-CO2 gases in deep mitigation scenarios.

E5 Renewable Policies 1, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room

Chair: Karen Fisher-Vanden

Adrian Stone, Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town, Exploring Pathways to a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Transition in the South African Road Transport Sector

Diran Soumonni, University of the Witwatersrand, An Adaptive Modeling Approach to Off-grid Electrification in West Africa

Samuel Carrara, FEEM - FondazioneEni Enrico Mattei and CMCC - Centro Euro-MediterraneosuiCambiamentiClimatici, Modeling the integration of Variable Renewable Energies (VRE) into the electrical grid in the WITCH model: techno-economic impacts of different approaches

Liu Yang. Ecole Polytechnique. Interaction of climate and energy policies between the EU and China

ParallelSession6
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Friday

A6. Climate Policies/Climate Agreement 2, Zhongbei Hall
Chair: Sonia Yeh

Ying Fan, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Assessment of the effect of the Chinese 'green credit' policy based on a financial CGE model

Govinda Timilsina, The World Bank, Will Global Convergence of Per Capita Emission Lead Meeting UNFCCC Goal?

Peng Pan, Chinese Academy of Sciences,A Research Focus on Abatement Activities by 3E China Model with RBC

Junling Liu, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Renmin University of China, Analysis of trends in carbon emissions embodied in China's trade and factors decomposition

B6 Low carbon technologies, the Third Meeting Room
Chair: Zsuzsanna Csereklyei

Ryoichi Komiyama, The University of Tokyo, Optimal Integration of Variable Renewables with Flexible Power Resources into Japan's Long-term Power Generation Mix to 2050

 

Tom Kober, ECN, Uncertain CCS power plant parameters - Do they matter for CCS deployment in Europe?

Ogundiran Soumonni, Wits Business School, University of the Witwatersrand, An Adaptive Modeling Approach to Off-grid Electrification in West Africa

C6. Green Paradox 2, Huiyuan Hall
Chair: Evelina Trutnevyte

Mike Toman, American University, CLIMATE CHANGE, INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION, AND  "DEVELOPMENT TRAPS"

Gary Jefferson, Brandeis University, Factors influencing energy intensity in four Chinese industries

Xiangzhao Feng, PRCEE,The Co-benefit Study on CO2 and NOx emission reduction in China's Cement Industry

D6 Transport 2,
Chair: Subash Dhar

Claudia Aravena, Department of Economics - Trinity College Dublin, Attitudes and Preferences towards Electric Vehicles. - What characteristics and policies do people value most?

Miao-shan Tsai, Institute of Natural Resource Management, National Taipei University, Taiwan., Implications of energy price rationalization policy for the transportation needs of the elderly population in Taiwan - A Case Study

Jimin Zhao, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Pathways to Low-Carbon Mobility in Chinese Cities: Case Study of Jinan

 

E6. Renewable Energy Policies 2, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room
Chair: Markus Blesl

Da Zhang, Institute of Energy, Environment and Economy,China's Wind Potential Revisited: An Analysis of Key Constraints and Sensitivities

Michele Peruzzi, Bruegel, When and how to support renewables? - Letting the data speak.

Iain MacGill, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, University of New South Wales, Does wind need â 'back-up' capacity?  Modelling the system integration costs of 'back-up' capacity for variable generation.

Meeting Room Re-arrangement for Parallel Session in June 6
A5 and A6, Zhongbei Hall, Third floor in building No.1(Conference Building)
B5 and B6, the Third Meeting Room, Second floor in building No.1(Conference Building)
C5 and C6, Huiyuan Hall, Second floor in building No.5
D5 and D6, the Seventh Meeting Room, Second floor in building No.1(Conference Building)
E5 and E6, the Eighth and Ninth Meeting Room, Second floor in building No.1(Conference Building)


 

 

 

 


 

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