PRE-CONFERENCE SEMINAR

24 JUNE 2019

Get up to speed with the latest developments in the meteorology and energy sectors with our interactive and informative pre-conference seminar. Choose from Track 1 focusing on Energy for Meteorologists, or Track 2 which covers Meteorology for Energy specialists.

This event is open to both ICEM delegates and non-delegates. After the seminar there will be an evening registration and welcome reception for ICEM delegates, followed by ‘WattMeet’, our exciting new addition to the ICEM programme.

THE PROGRAMME

Pre-Conference Seminar Programme
Monday 24th June – DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre
09:00-09:15 ALL PARTICIPANTS: WELCOME (Oticon Hall)
Seminar overview, scope and expected outcomes – Alberto Troccoli
09:15-10:00 ALL PARTICIPANTS: PLENARY TALK (Oticon Hall)
Setting the scene: What utilities are looking for in meteorology – Charlie Smith
TRACK 1: ENERGY FOR METEOROLOGISTS (Room S1) TRACK 2: METEOROLOGY FOR ENERGY (Room S9)
10:00-10:55 Session 1: What is the current state of play? – Laurent Dubus (EDF/WEMC) Session 1: General Circulation and Energy Transfer across Scales – what you need to know for harvesting energy – Sue Haupt (NCAR/WEMC)
10:55-11:15 Morning Break (Foyer)
11:15-12:10 Session 2: How precipitation trends during Spring and Summer of 2018 impacted the power market up to one year ahead – Kim Bentzen (Danske Commodities) Session 2: The nature of predictability: climate forecasting for energy applications with a focus on the subseasonal-to-seasonal – David Brayshaw (University of Reading)
12:10-13:05 Session 3: Simulating and understanding complex meteorological impacts in the energy sector – David Brayshaw (University of Reading) Session 3: Improvements on meteorological modelling approaches relevant for the wind sector: featuring the Global Wind Atlas and European Wind Atlas – Jake Badger (DTU Wind Energy)
13:05-14:00 Lunch (& Cross-sector networking)
14:00-14:30 ALL PARTICIPANTS: PLENARY TALK (Oticon Hall)
“Climate Projections for the Energy Sector” – Robert Vautard (LSCE)
14:30-15:00 ALL PARTICIPANTS: PLENARY TALK (Oticon Hall)
“Global Frameworks for Meteorology and Energy Engagement” – 
Roberta Boscolo (WMO)
15:00-16:00 TRACK 1: METEOROLOGISTS (Room S1)
Facilitated action planning
TRACK 2: ENERGY (Room S9)
Facilitated action planning
16:00-16:30 Afternoon Break
(DTU Meeting Centre Foyer – in between Room S1 & S9)
16:30-17:00 ALL PARTICIPANTS: CONCLUSION TALK (Oticon Hall)
Bringing the Energy and Meteorology Community Together to Reach 100% Renewable Energy – Dave Renné (ISES)
17:00-17:30 ALL PARTICIPANTS: Closing Thoughts & Discussions (Oticon Hall)
17:30-18:00 ALL PARTICIPANTS: Complimentary refreshments
(DTU Meeting Centre Foyer – in between Room S1 & S9)
18:00-20:00 ICEM DELEGATES: Welcome Reception
OPEN EVENT: WattMeet
(Oticon Hall)
Please note this is a provisional programme and might be subject to changes.

Discussion Points for Action Planning

For Meteorology:

For Energy:

For all:

  • What role could WMO and the network of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services play in supporting the meteorology and energy sector?

HOW TO BOOK

ICEM delegates can book the pre-conference seminar at a discounted fee, when they register for the full conference.

Non-ICEM delegates (full or student rate) can register for the pre-conference seminar only, using the links below.

PRE-CONFERENCE SEMINAR FEES

Pre-Conference Seminar Regular* (EUR) WEMC Members Discount* (EUR)
ICEM Delegate 125 112
ICEM Delegate (Student) 100 90
Non-ICEM Delegate 180 162
Non-ICEM Delegate (Student) 150 135
All pricing includes 25% Danish VAT (MOMS)


Student:

A participant whose primary ‘occupation’ must be that of student, and not in any full-time paid employment. Participant will be asked to provide evidence of their student status during registration.

*Early bird registration closed 26 April 2019. Discount for WEMC members is time-limited and not available in conjunction with any other offer.

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