The ESRI hosted a symposium on Risks in Integrated Energy Systems which took place on 6th March. The aim of this half-day symposium was to bring academia and industry together and discuss theoretical and practical issues of risks and finance in integrated energy systems. There was a great turnout for this event - thanks to all who attended. The slides are now available on the ESRI Website.
The aim of this half-day symposium is to bring academia and industry together and discuss theoretical and practical issues of risks and finance in integrated energy systems.
Energy system integration (ESI) is the process of coordinating the operation and planning of energy systems across multiple pathways and geographical scales in order to deliver reliable, cost effective energy services with less impact on the environment. With the ongoing energy transition questions arise about what types of risks and uncertainties do market participants of integrated energy systems face and how can they manage them. These risks include price dynamics in fuel and carbon markets, declining costs of competing technologies, and uncertainties related to consumer demand and energy policy.
Location: The Economic and Social Research Institute, Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2
For further information please see the ESRI Website.
Registration: There is no fee for this event but please register your attendance HERE.
The presentations and posters from the ESIPP Research Symposium "Rethinking our Energy Future: Collaboration and Integration" which took place on Thursday 30th November in UCD are now available on the event page on our website.
The programme is now available for the ESIPP Symposium - Rethinking our Energy Future: Collaboration and Integration.
We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP) research symposium taking place on Thursday 30th November in UCD. This symposium aims to showcase the research being carried out by the ESIPP research team and emphasise the importance of collaboration with a range of stakeholders.
We hope you will be able to join us for this exciting event which will feature a number of national and international experts in the area of Energy Systems Integration. The event will also include an interesting panel discussion on “Targets for 2030 and the role of Energy Systems Integration”.
For more information on the event and registration, please click here. Please register early as spaces are limited.