EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2016 CEEPR/EPRG Annual Conference with support from EDF Energy. The Conference took place in George C. Marshall Centre in Paris, France, on 7 – 8 July and comprised of 1,5 day of sessions and dinner.
Thursday, 7 July 2016
SESSION 1 – IN SEARCH OF GOOD ENERGY POLICY
Chaired by Olivier Appert (French Energy Council)
Michael Pollitt (EPRG) – In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy: why multi-disciplinary approaches to Energy and Climate problems are so important
Patrice Geoffron (Université Paris Dauphine) – In search of good energy (transition) policy
SESSION 2 – FOSSIL FUEL SUPPLY AND ENERGY SECURITY
Chaired by Keisuke Sadamori (IEA)
Christopher R. Knittel (MIT) – Fossil Fuel Supply and Energy Security
Beatriz Sinobas (European Commission) – EU Energy Security
SESSION 3 – EVOLVING BUSINESS MODELS IN THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR
Chaired by Marc Bussieras (EDF)
Laura-Lucia Richter (EPRG) – Which Smart Electricity Services Contracts will Consumer Accept?
Fabien Roques (Université Paris Dauphine) – New business models for the energy transition
Marc Oliver Bettzüge (EWI Cologne) – Evolving Business Models in the Electricity Sector
SESSION 4 – NUCLEAR ENERGY: A KEY TO GLOBAL DECARBONIZATION?
Chaired by Loren Cox (MIT)
Yves Bréchet (French High Commissioner for Atomic Energy) – Energy mix and climate change. From Descarte to Alain
Simon Taylor (EPRG) – Is nuclear the key to global decarbonisation?
Lunch keynote speaker – Fatih Birol (IEA)
Friday, 8 July 2016
SESSION 1 – ENERGY STORAGE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND FUTURE POTENTIAL
Chaired by David Reiner (EPRG)
Donald Sadoway (MIT) – The Role of Energy Storage: What is Needed?
David Newbery (EPRG) – Energy Storage: Recent Developments and Future Potential
SESSION 2 – “NOW COMES THE HARD PART”: CLIMATE POLICY AFTER COP21
Chaired by Jean-Paul Bouttes (EDF)
Henry D. Jacoby (MIT) – What Will “Transparency” Mean, and Who Will Contribute to It?
Christian Gollier (Université Tolouse) – After the 2015 Paris Agreement: Progresses and Perils
Michael Grubb (University College London) – Climate clubs: on pricing and innovation
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