10 July 2017, 14:00 CEST

Catalysing Energy Technology Transformations - Part II

This is the second webinar in the series of two. It will focus on demand side sectors and the role of bioenergy.

This webinar will feature IEA analysis focusing on the role of demand side sectors and bioenergy in deep decarbonisation scenarios. The webinar will start with the Global Outlook presentation that outlines three IEA scenarios that are employed to assess how technologies can make a decisive difference in achieving global climate goals while enhancing economic development and energy security. For the first time, ETP2017 shows how the energy sector could become carbon neutral by 2060 if known technology innovations were pushed to the limit.

Programme

14:00-14:05 - Energy Technology Perspectives Project Introduction, Ellina Levina, ETP project manager

14:05-14:15 - Scene setting presentation, Jean-François Gagné, Head of Energy Technology Policy Division

14:15 -14:30 - Global Outlook, Samantha McCulloch and Eric Masanet, energy analysts

14:30-14:45 - Accelerating the transition to sustainable buildings, John Dulac and Thibaut Abergel, buildings sector analysists

14:45-15:00 - Steering transport towards sustainability, Pierpaolo Cazzola, transport sector analyst

15:00-15:15 - Delivering sustainable bioenergy, Adam Brown, renewable energy analyst

15:15-15:30 - Integrated and connected electricity systems, Luis Munuera, power sector and system integration analyst

15:30-15:45 - Q&A

View the full set of slides here.

29 June 2017, 14:00 CEST

Catalysing Energy Technology Transformations - Part I

This was the first webinar in the series of two. It presented the IEA comprehensive analysis on the opportunities and challenges of scaling and accelerating the deployment of clean energy technologies to achieve climate, energy security and economic goals focusing on the power and industry sectors as well as the role of CCS. The following chapters of the report were presented: Transforming electricity systems; Infrastructure for electricity system transformation; Advancing the low carbon transition in industry, Unlocking the potential for CCS. The Global Outlook was presented outlining three IEA ETP decarbonisation scenarios expanding to 2060: Reference Technology Scenario, 20C Scenario and Beyond 20C Scenario. For the first time, ETP2017 shows how the energy sector could become carbon neutral by 2060 if known technology innovations were pushed to the limit.

Programme

Moderated by Ellina Levina, the ETP 2017 Project manager

14:00-14:05 - Energy Technology Perspectives project introduction, Ellina Levina, ETP project manager

14:05-14:15 - ETP 2017 scene setting by Kamel Ben Naceur, Director, Directorate of Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks

14:15-14:30 - Global Outlook, Samantha McCulloch and Eric Masanet, energy analysts

14:30-14:45 - Transforming electricity systems, Uwe Remme and Raimund Malischek, power sector analysts

14:45-14:55 - Infrastructure for electricity system transformation, Luis Munuera, power sector and system integration analyst

14:55-15:10 - Advancing the low carbon transition in industry, Kira West and Araceli Fernandez-Pales, industry sector analysts

15:10-15:25 - Unlocking the potential for CCS, Tristan Stanley, CCS analyst

15:25-15:45 - Q&A

View the full set of slides here.