Join us at the METIS 2 Dissemination event organized by Artelys!
METIS is the European energy system model developed by Artelys since 2015 on behalf of the European Commission’s DG ENER. Over the past 3 years of the METIS 2 project, we have further upgraded METIS by integrating distribution/transmission grids, allowing for 2050 multi-energy assessments and making METIS a fully web-based tool. We are organizing this special event to introduce METIS 2 new features!
“Metis 2 Dissemination event”
Tuesday 31 May 2022, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm CEST
Figure: METIS transmission module visualisation
At the dissemination event, we will present these latest improvements, share with you the highlights of the studies prepared with METIS and give the floor to speakers from TSOs, national agencies and think tanks to get their views on the current and future requirements of EU energy system modeling.
Register to this event!
If you want to know more about Artelys services, you can contact us, check out our published reports for the European Commission or visit the Artelys Crystal Super Grid web page.
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