Author: Will Usher

Model typologies or ‘fingerprints’ of the IMAGE (a), REMIND (b), MESSAGEix-GLOBIOM (c) and WITCH (d) models for Europe in 2050.

European Researchers Unveil Innovative Tool to Decode Energy and Climate Models

A team of European Climate and Energy Modelling Forum researchers has unveiled a new method to decode intricate energy and climate models. In a recent publication in Nature Energy, they introduce “model fingerprints,” a visual tool simplifying the comprehension of complex models’ key features. Energy models are crucial to understand emission mitigation pathways and the…
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First EC Project collaboration meeting

On Thursday 13th January 2022, ECEMF hosted the first in a series of collaboration meetings with other European-funded research projects in energy and climate. Participants from the following projects presented a summary of their project, with the aim to identify opportunities for collaboration across data, model comparison, model documentation and transparency, exchanges and capacity building.…
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Announces that ECEMF will organise the next EMP-E in 2022

ECEMF will organise EMP-E 2022

  We are delighted to announce that the European Climate and Energy Modelling Forum (ECEMF) will be organising the next Energy Modelling Platform for Europe (EMP-E) event in 2022 (in Brussels or virtually or in a hybrid format). EMP-E is a unique event in the energy research calendar as it brings together European policy makers…
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Screenshot of the Scenario Explorer video

Introduction to the Scenario Explorer

ECEMF will be using the IIASA database to host results from the model comparison exercise at the centre of the research programme.  For harmonizing model output the IAMC data format extended by the openENTRANCE nomenclature will be utilized. Here, our colleague Daniel Huppmann gave an introduction to the Scenario Explorer:   Here you find an…
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Thumbnails of attendees at the kickoff meeting

ECEMF Kick-Off Meeting

The ECEMF forum will build a European community of #energy and #climate researchers and policy makers to work together to achieve #climateneutrality #H2020. We have a great consortium and are looking to grow our network.