The project shall continue the Danish collaboration and participation at the IEA-ETSAP (Energy Technology Systems Analysis Programme,, Annex X to XIV under the new Annex XV. The main activity will be the participation at the biannual workshops, that focus on the practice of modelling and use of ETSAP tools e.g. MARKAL/TIMES modelling frameworks, participation in training activities and collaboration in projects related to the improvement of ETSAP tools

The contribution to these workshops shall be based on current and future projects, particular within EU, Nordic and Danish research programs – by involving PhD students from Danish universities.

Implementation date: 1 June 2021 – June 2023.

Scope of delivery and its price: Workshops and representing demand in ETSAP community

Contact for order: EUDP

KAOS – Klimaambitioner om samfundet (climate ambitions for the society)

Today several gymnasium students have needs not meet as they differ from the normal classes, while teachers have a limited resource to provide various study plans. We are developing a platform for teachers easy to use and implement within the classes Mathematics, Social science, Geography and Physics. A platform focusing on climate change and energy system modelling and providing the students with challenging task as LCOE calculations, understanding within Energy systems and planning, Carbon budgets and more.

Implementation date: 1 June 2021 – April 2021.

Scope of delivery and its price: Web platform and teaching material in energy system assessments for high school students

Contact for order: Børne- og Undervisningsministeriet.

NCES2020: Nordic Clean Energy Scenarios

The project Nordic Clean Energy Scenarios aims at identifying technological solutions to a carbon neutral Nordic region. It further aims at developing energy scenarios for the Nordic energy sector enabling the Nordic commitment to reach carbon neutrality.

NCES2020 brings together nine teams from four Nordic countries, with complementing modelling and analytical skills. Combined with use of open access energy system models and data, this strengthens Nordic cooperation and expertise in energy modelling. The ambition is to avoid the modelling exercise becoming a black box that is only accessible for a small group of peers to assess progress in the Nordic countries towards national goals. The resulting OpeN source TIMES model (ONTIMES) has been developed and used for analysing greenhouse gas (GHG) pathways for the Nordic GHG reduction targets.

Implementation date: March 2020 – April 2021.

Scope of delivery: reports, policy briefs, workshops and an energy modelling development

Contact person, EML: Kenneth Karlsson

Contact for order: Energiforsk, Project Lead Markus Wråke.