SET-Nav Regional Workshop, 16 November 2018, Athens, Greece

Venue: Electra Metropolis Hotel

Mitropoleos 15, 10557 Athens, Greece

SET-Nav Regional Workshop in Athens "Decarbonising our energy system– Transformation pathways, policies and markets, with spotlight on Greece" successfully organised on the 16th November 2018. The event was co-organised with Horizon2020 TRANSrisk project and supported by the World Energy Council (WEC) Greece and the Hellenic Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).

The workshop was attended by stakeholders from government bodies and authorities, regulators, energy industry associations and energy agencies from Greece and EU who analysed important aspects of transformation pathways focused on energy demand and supply.

The event offered a better understanding on Energy demand and supply towards a low-carbon European Union, as well as Policies and Markets for decarbonisation – with spotlight on the Greek perspective.

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The presentations of the workshop could be found below:

 

SET-Nav project Introduction, Gustav Resch,TU Wien

TRANSrisk project Introduction, Alexandros Flamos, TEESlab, UNIPI

Investments in the EU power system: A stress-test analysis on the effectiveness of decarbonisation policies, Pedro Crespo del Granado, NTNU

Diffusion rate of renewable electricity generation - the optimal RES-electricity share (focus on 2030), Gustav Resch, TU Wien

Energy demand and supply in buildings and the role for RES market integration, Michael Hartner, TU Wien

Switching from coal in Balkans: how current infrastructure developments affect the gas consumption, Peter Kotek, REKK

From Integrated to Integrative climate policy support, Haris Doukas, NTUA

Implementation and consequential risks of a solar-based transition pathway in Greece: Insights from a stakeholder-driven modelling analysis, Alexandros Nikas, NTUA

Development of the Greek solar market towards decentralized renewable energy generation and storage, Alexandros Flamos, TEESlab, UNIPI


Empowering consumers to produce and store clean energy at the local level: Transition pathways for a low-carbon power system in Greece, Vassilis Stavrakas, TEESlab, UNIPI