EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2018 CEEPR/EPRG Annual Conference with support from EnBW. The Conference took place in Kalkscheune, in Berlin, Germany, on 2 – 3 July and comprised of 1,5 day of sessions and dinner.
MONDAY, 2 JULY, 2018
SESSION 1 – OUR WORLD IN 2050: WHAT DOES THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE?
Chaired by Michael Pollitt (EPRG)
Karsten Neuhoff (DIW) – Our World in 2050: Three Factors Determining How Our Future Will Look Like
Henry D. Jacoby (MIT) – The 2050 Energy/Climate Challenge
SESSION 2 – POLITICS AND POLICIES FOR A SUCCESSFUL ENERGY TRANSITION
Chaired by Michael Mehling (MIT)
Peter Matuschek (forsa) – Energy Issues, Energy Transition and the Consequences. What do citizens think?
David Reiner (EPRG) – A Political Economy of Climate ‘Action’
THURSDAY, 3 JULY 2018
SESSION 1 – PERSPECTIVES FOR FOSSIL FUELS AND SECTOR COUPLING IN ELECTRICITY MARKETS
Chaired by Clemens Cremer (EnBW)
Philipp Gerbert (Boston Consulting Group) – Climate Paths and Sector Coupling
Robert Ritz (EPRG) – Global Gas Markets, Carbon Pricing and the Future of Natural Gas
SESSION 2 – POWER GRIDS: ENABLER OR BOTTLENECK OF ENERGY TRANSITION?
Chaired by Joshua Hodge (MIT)
Christoph Müller (Netze BW) – A Plea for Innovative and Fair Remuneration of Distribution Grids: A Tale of Sticks and Carrots
SESSION 3 – DECARBONIZING TRANSPORT: BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Chaired by David Reiner (EPRG)
Christopher R. Knittel (MIT) – Decarbonizing Transport: Three Great Hopes
Barbara Lenz (German Aerospace Center DLR)
SESSION 4 – ROUNDTABLE: DISRUPTION AND INNOVATION IN THE POWER SECTOR
Chaired by Uli Huener (EnBW)
Jörg Jasper (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG)
David Newbery (EPRG)
Francis O’Sullivan (MIT)
Tobias Paulun (EEX)