PROGRAM WORKING GROUPS 8 APRIL 2021
Hereby an overview of the working groups sessions:
12:30-13:00 HEAT TRANSITION
Theme session: Load development in larger scale collective heat systems
Short presentation on the importance of load development when investing in capital intensive infrastructures and a discussion with experts in the field how they encounter and look at it from practice in the heat transition. What are the core characteristics of developing collective heat systems, what’s the role of load development of demand and how to ideally develop such infrastructures?
12.30 Introduction working group Heat transition
by Sander De Jong of EBN B.V., Jeroen van Duin of Shell and Maurice Hanegraaf of TNO
12.35 Presentation economics of load development in capital intensive infrastructures
by ass. prof. dr. Aad Correljé of TU Delft TPM
12.45 Discussion present experience with load development in collective heat systems.
Jannis Van Zanten Vattenfall,
Jan Brandts of ENGIE/Hydreco Geomec
Yvonne Neef Invest-NL
12.59 Wrap up
13:05-13:35 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Opportunities and limitations for participation in the Energy Act.
Within the challenging demands of the energy transition, participation is an important instrument to realize the goals. Local support is a condition for local ownership. Dieuwke Martens-Bakker (manager advise team energy transition at Antea Group) and Marjolein Dieperink (Lawyer at AKD Benelux Lawyers) will address to which extend of participation is embedded in the Energy Act.
(Future) legislation regulates participation in projects, but that is not enough! For example, the Environment Act will not allow the government to enforce financial participation and local ownership. At the same time, it is becoming increasingly clear that local involvement, active participation and profiting from sustainability are essential factors for the local environment to achieve the CO2 targets.
Against the background that the government's control options are (and will be) limited, they will outline the important role industry and citizens have to play in creating local support and participation. The questions that will be addressed: What opportunities does the Energy Act offer in this respect? What tools does the Environment Act provide? And what else is needed to bring industry and consumers closer together?
13:07 Presentation: Opportunities and limitations for participation in the Energy Act.
by Dieuwke Martens-Bakker (manager advise team energy transition at Antea Group) and Marjolein Dieperink (Lawyer at AKD Benelux Lawyers)
13:30 Questions and final remarks
13:40-14:10 OFFSHORE ENERGY
Details coming soon
14:15-14:45 DIGITAL ENERGY
Topic: Integrated Energy Systems Design and Modelling
This year, we would like to kick-off our digital energy working group sessions focusing on the topic of energy system design, modelling and optimization. The complexity of hybrid energy production and transport systems is increasing exponentially due to the availability and growth of intermittent renewable sources, dynamic and unpredictable demands and uncertainties associated with them. Robust, reliable and accurate frameworks are required to model and optimize these systems during the design and operation phase. This will be the topic which we will discuss further in our working group session on April 8th.
14:15 Word of welcome
by Pejman Shoeibi Omrani and Luc Goossens
14:17 Energy system modelling
Multi-commodity energy systems in view of security of supply
by Ruud van der Linden TNO
Multi-model energy system design
by Jochen Schaefer Siemens Energy
14:45 Announcement Cooperation between NHN and ERC
By Jan Prins and John Spee
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