WELCOME TO ICEM2019

Registrations will shortly open for the 6th International Conference Energy & Meteorology in Copenhagen. The core theme of this year’s conference is ‘Exploiting the latest weather and climate technology to tackle the energy transition’.

Hosted by the World Energy & Meteorology Council and the Technical University of Denmark, ICEM 2019 brings together a strong base of academic and industrial participants from the global energy and meteorology sectors.

This unique platform offers you the opportunity to learn how meteorological and climate information can help the energy industry develop more resilient and cleaner energy systems, that will help to mitigate the effects of climate change and global warming.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM ICEM 2018

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KEY DATES

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

Pre-conference (Mon 24th)

  • Social event: Welcome reception
  • Social event: ‘WattMeet’

Day 2 (Weds 26th)

  • Social event: Conference dinner

Day 1 (Tues 25th)

  • Plenary talks: Henrik Stiesdal & Gary Geernaert
  • Social event: Conference reception & buffet

Day 3 (Thurs 27th)

  • Plenary talks: Henrik Madsen

SPEAKERS

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ICEM 2019

Why attend ICEM 2019?

The 6th International Conference Energy & Meteorology offers you a unique opportunity to join world-leading research organisations, meteorological service providers and energy companies to share valuable insight, knowledge and expertise.

  • Connect with experts in the energy, weather, climate and water sectors.
  • Participate in interactive sessions, collaborative workshops, networking and business opportunities.
  • Be inspired by panel discussions and informative presentations from international experts in the energy and meteorology fields.
  • Find out about the many opportunities that the nexus between energy and weather and climate can provide.

Who’s coming?

  • Directors
  • Chief Executives
  • Managers
  • Energy regulators
  • Economists
  • Planning officers
  • Water experts
  • Financial and insurance brokers
  • Utility engineers
  • Transmission and distribution operators
  • Meteorologists
  • Climatologists
  • Service providers
  • Policy makers
  • Researchers and academics

Key outcomes

  • Optimising the exchange of information between the energy and the weather & climate sectors.
  • Learning about the latest and detailed updates in the science, policy, planning and operations in the fields of energy and meteorology.
  • Finding solutions for common issues encountered by utilities experts, weather specialists and climate scientists by working together.
  • Enhancing collaboration opportunities between energy and meteorology experts/organisations, including attracting wider contributions to WEMC to broaden its base.

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