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Webinar speakers will share their experience and insights on modelling approaches for integrated analysis of deep decarbonisation of the economy utilizing energy planning tools. This webinar will include an overview of multi-sectoral modelling approach, which will be applied for An integrated modelling and analysis of the deep decarbonisation of the economy (DeCARB) project (LMTLT, agreement No. S-MIP-19-36). In Northern Europe wind power currently is the lowest cost carbon-free energy source. The speakers will present a specific methodology for modelling wind power plants in the long-term models by defining approximated wind power probability curves. Such method can increase the quality of long-term modelling results by including the short-term dynamics of renewables without a significant increase in model size. Transport sector is the second largest greenhouse gas emission source sector in the EU. During the webinar a detailed transport modeling approach will be presented, which includes modeling modal change, vehicle age distributions and flexible EV charging. Additionally, univariate/multivariate electricity price forecasting approach based on statistical econometrics models will be discussed.

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National Open Access Scientific Research Center for Future Energy Technologies was established at Lithuanian Energy institute. The Open Access Center is a functional subdivision of the Lithuanian energy institute, which operates on the principles of open access for external as well as internal customers and providing scientific research and experimental services by employing scientific investigative and experimental development infrastructure.

Energy Economy, Policies and Supply Security: Surviving the Global Economic Crisis

11th European Conference of International Association for Energy Economics called "Energy Economy, Policies and Supply Security: Surviving the Global Economic Crisis" took place in Lithuania, Vilnius at the Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva on the 25-28 August, 2010. This is a traditional event, which is organized in different European countries in the years when the World Conference of International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) is held in other continents. This year such conference was organized in Vilnius, Lithuania for the first time. The involvement of our countries energy economy experts into the international scientific cooperation networks has granted the right to organize such a high-level conference in Lithuania. The main organizers of this conference are Lithuanian Energy Institute and Association for Energy Economics (Lithuanian IAEE affiliate). Conference chair prof. Jurgis Vilemas believes that this event was an opportunity for worldwide experts to learn more about the Baltic countries' energy development specifics and problems. This is a significant event, which provides a good opportunity to promote new ideas, knowledge and experience exchange between energy economics experts and the general public.

Association for Energy Economics and Lithuanian Energy Institute are organizing 11th IAEE European Conference “Energy Economy, Policies and Supply Security: Surviving the Global Economic Crisis”. The conference is scheduled at 25-28 August 2010 at the Reval Hotel Lietuva, Lithuania. This is traditional Conference, annually held in different European city. In 2010 it for the first time will be organized in Lithuania. This conference will provide excellent opportunity to present and discuss the results of newest studies in the energy field. The conference will bring together wide spectrum of scientists, policy makers, professionals from all energy sectors, governmental and public institutions.