03 December 2012 Oslo, Norway
The seminar gathered GEA authors and energy experts with their Norwegian counterparts for discussions on how the GEA analyses and findings can inform Norwegian research and decisions on energy policy and technologies for sustainable energy pathways. IIASA's Shonali Pachauri spoke about energy access at the event.
Coordinated by IIASA, GEA was led by some of the world's leading energy experts in research, academia, business, industry and policy, representing both the developed and the developing world. The report comprises the work of more than 500 authors and reviewers over 6 years, with the goal of facilitating equitable and sustainable energy services for all.
A report about the event is available on the Norwegian Research Council Web site.
Date: December 3rd, 2012
Location: Hotel Bristol, Kristian IVs gate 7, Oslo.
11.30 – 12.00 Light Refreshments
12.00 – 12.15 Welcome and introduction by Fridtjof Unander, Executive Director for the Research Council’s division for Energy, Resources and the Environment
12.15 – 12-45 GEA Overview: Goals, processes and key findings, by Ged Davis, Co- President of GEA Council
12.45 – 13.15 The GEA pathways: How to achieve universal modern energy access by 2030, by Shonali Pachauri, Senior Research Scholar in the Energy Program (ENE) at IIASA and Convening Lead Author, GEA Chapter 19: Energy Access for Development
13.15 – 13.30 Coffee break
13.30 – 13.50 Norwegian contribution to GEA, by Edgar Hertwich, professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and Lead Author GEA chapter 10: Energy End-Use - Buildings
13.50 – 14.30 5-7 prepared short comments from invited stakeholders on how Norwegian R&D can contribute to implementing the GEA solutions in Norway and globally
15.15 The Research Council sums up
15.30 End of seminar
Last edited: 10 December 2012
Read about the event on the Norwegian Research Council Web site.
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