Exploring Risks and Implications of different Energy and Climate Policy Scenarios towards 2050: Methods, tools and models

Exploring Risks and Implications of different Energy and Climate Policy Scenarios towards 2050: Methods, tools and models

Organizers: Haris Doukas, Alexandros Flamos & Jenny Lieu


Indicative Topics
 

  • Decision support toolbox for policy-related uncertainties and risks
  • Environmental, economic and social impacts of low carbon technology options
  • Costs and benefits analysis of transition pathways
  • Effects of Alternative Policy Pathways
  • Risks and Uncertainties of Climate Change Mitigation Portfolios 
  • Multi-criteria consideration of risk and uncertainty for climate and energy policy 
  • Implications of Climate Change Mitigation Policies to several sectors (Agriculture, Food, Buildings, Transportation, Service, and Manufacturing)
  • Energy and Climate Policy Performance and associated Risks
  • Quantifying Costs and Benefits of Flexible Policy Implementation
  • Development of Alternative Policy Pathways and Identification of Optimal Switching Points
  • Public Acceptance in Energy and Climate Policy
  • Portfolio Analysis in Energy and Climate Policy
  • Qualitative tools evaluating low carbon pathways 

 

Selected articles will be invited for Publication at: 

Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning and Policy, Taylor & Francis
(Editor in Chief: Alexandros Flamos)

Special Issue on "Assessing risks and uncertainties of low-carbon transition pathways", Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Elsevier.

Workshop support:
EU