Source: Jason Leung.
Scope of EMP-E
The Energy Modelling Platform for Europe (EMP-E) constitutes a forum for exchanging research, development and practice of energy system modelling in Europe and, where feasible, promote the sharing of data and resources. It provides a peer-reviewed digest of models and policy insights for the transformation of the European energy system and thus increases the efficiency, integrity and access to European energy modelling data, scenarios, tools and results. Its contributors are researchers and modelling groups from across Europe, partners from industry, civil society and policy makers. A key feature is inputs received by the European Commission’s Directorate Generals Research & Innovation, Joint Research Centre and Energy.
EMP-E was created in 2017 within the REEEM project and is now led by the four Horizon 2020 modelling projects funded under the call LCE21-2015 ‘Modelling and analysing the energy system, its transformation and impacts’: MEDEAS, REEEM, REflex and SET-Nav.
EMP-E is based on three pillars:
On-going! EMP-E Conference 2019
Key H2020 project contributors to the EMP-E
All nine projects (MEDEAS, MAGIC, MAGNITUDE, plan4res, PLANET, REEEM, Reflex, SET-Nav and Spine) have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.
KTH division of Energy Systems Analysis provides support to the EMP-E and website service