Resources / Energy modelling

bp Energy Outlook 2023

Presentation slides from the bp Energy Outlook 2023 webinar.

Modelling Decarbonisation: pitfalls and potential

Alec Waterhouse, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Climate Change Scenarios

Prof Jim Skea,   IPPC IPCC Special Report on Global warming of 1.5°C

BP’s energy outlook and its implications for natural gas

Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Head of Gas analysis, BP

Aurora’s “Burn Out” scenario: Implications of rapid digitalisation, electrification and efficiency enhancement for global and UK gas markets

Richard Howard, Research Director, Aurora Energy Research

Modelling the New Model: The electricity wholesale market after the Helm review

Prof Richard Green

A perspective on whole systems energy modelling

In principle energy system modelling seems to be potentially an important tool to support thinking about decarbonisation strategy, but in some ways it seems to ...

Climate Change Action to 2030 and Beyond

Matthew Bell , CEO, The Committee on Climate Change

National Grid Future Energy Scenarios

Marcus Stewart , Energy Supply Manager,  National Grid

Effects of the proposed EU ETS Market Stability Reserve

Mr Adam Whitmore, Rio Tinto Paolo Agnolucci, University College London Phoebe Lewis, University College London There is currently a surplus of about 2 ...

Opportunities and Challenges in Building a Low Carbon Economy

David Kennedy, CEO , The Committee on Climate Change .

Offshore Wind Cost Reduction

One of the major challenges for offshore wind, and renewable energy technologies more generally, is the extent to which they can compete with other forms of ene...
Sign up to our Events Newsletter

To receive email updates about our forthcoming events and news please sign up here.

Sign Up