Over the past four years, Artelys and its partners have been developing the METIS tool on behalf of the European Commission. METIS is a mathematical model providing analysis of the European energy system for electricity, gas and heat. It simulates the operation of energy systems and markets on an hourly basis over a year, while factoring in uncertainties like weather variations.
On Wednesday 20/02 from 09:00 to 12:30 (registration from 08:30), DG ENER organises the METIS Dissemination Event. It will take place in Centre de Conference Albert Borschette (CCAB) in Brussels (Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels). The Event will be the opportunity to present and exchange on METIS and its utilisation for and by the European Commission for the analysis of EU power and gas systems and markets.
Jointly with the European Commission, we will share with you the latest insights on different policy questions the METIS tool has been designed to address: the role of flexibility in the future power mix, the value of multi-energy assessments, and the evolution of power markets over the coming decades.
The Event will be concluded by a panel discussion on the upcoming policy questions for power and gas markets and the usefulness of such type of tools to address them. You may find the draft agenda online.
The room capacity being limited, we encourage to register as soon as possible.
To enter the building you will need a printed version of the official invitation from Lukasz Kolinski, Head of Unit DG ENER A4, and the document of identification used in the registration form.
Albert Borschette Center
METIS Dissemination Event on Wednesday 20/02 from 09:00 to 12:30
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