Workshop Session

When: Wednesday 26th June, 16:15 – 18:00

Please choose from one of the following:

  • C3S Energy: Case Studies
  • How to start a ‘weather’ business
  • IEA Task 36: Forecasting for Wind Power
  • Making the technical accessible: Ideas on how to tailor your talks for public and school audiences
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Workshop Title: C3S Energy – Case Studies 🌡
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Conference Room M1

Session description:
The aim of the workshop is explore the practical value the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Energy Operational Service will deliver to the end users of the data.  How do we bridge the gap between state of art climate capabilities and the industry end-users who need to make decisions ?.  By working closely with industry partners and using a case study methodology our aim is to demonstrate how the users of the C3S data services can effectively extract value for their businesses.  The workshop will illustrate the application of C3S data to the following case studies:

1) Climate impacts on power and gas demand (long-term projections for longer planning horizons)

2) Seasonal forecasts to identify risks of extremes to support energy balancing

The workshop will include a short presentation from one of our industry partners with global expertise across the energy system to outline their interest in the project and their hopes for future developments.

The session will close with an interactive discussion with the audience to optimise our approach and maximise the value of the case studies to the target users.

Session lead:
Caroline Acton
Senior Business Development Manager – Energy, Met Office

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Workshop Title: IEA Task 36 Open Space Workshop on Wind Power Forecasting and System integration Issues 💡
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S1

Session description:
The IEA Wind Task 36 on Wind Power Forecasting connects several hundreds of meteorologists, wind power forecasters and end users towards the aim of improving the forecasts, and increasing the their value. In this workshop we use the open space technology to discuss the results from phase 1 and open up for ideas on how to achieve the objectives for the new phase 2.

Session lead:
Gregor Giebel
Senior Researcher, DTU Wind Energy

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Workshop Title: How to start a ‘weather’ business
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S9

Session description:
This workshop is a ‘must attend’ for all those budding entrepreneurs seeking to commercialise their projects. A panel of experts with first hand experience of financing small business startups will explain what you need to do to raise money, outline the pros and cons of different types of finance including equity, loans and grants, and field questions from the floor.

Session lead:
Ian Harper
Freelance Business Journalist and International Conference Organiser

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Workshop Title: Making the technical accessible: Ideas on how to tailor your talks for public and school audiences
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S12/13

Session description:
More academic and industry organisations are engaging in outreach and education both to inform and as a response to gain public confidence and transparency. This session led by an ex-high school teacher and teacher trainer will give participants some skills and knowledge to turn the technical into the accessible, without losing the message they are trying to convey.

Session lead:
Kit Rackley
Education & Program Officer, WEMC & Educational author, blogger & speaker, Geogramblings

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Conference Pathway key:
🌍 Africa Pathway
Climate Change: Resilience & Adaptation Pathway
🌡 Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Pathway
💡 International Energy Agency (IEA) Tasks Pathway

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