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AVAILABLE PRESENTATIONS: IX International Academic Symposium: Energy transition and opportunities for global economic recovery

Direction: Maria Teresa Costa Campi (University of Barcelona & IEB)

Coordination: Elisa Trujillo-Baute (Universitat de Lleida & IEB)

Fecha: febrero 02, 2021Hora: 8.45h - 14h

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Presentación

In parallel to the pursuit of the transition away from fossil fuels towards cleaner energy and to deliver on the Paris Agreement commitments for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, energy sector, without doubt, is confronted with unprecedented challenges triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, this new situation will be a fresh opportunity to redesign the energy transition towards greater sustainability and resilience for global economic recovery. In this context, the Symposium it is configured as a forum for discussion and analysis current challenges with the capacity to contribute new ideas and proposals in the definition of a new sustainable energy model from an energy policy approach. Authors are invited to submit empirical papers emphasizing on the energy policy implications applied to oil, gas or electricity sector.

Keynote Speakers

Claudia Kemfert (Diw Berlin)
Natalia Fabra (University Carlos III of Madrid)
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Opening ceremony

Jordi Garcia Fernández, Vice-Rector for Research of University of Barcelona

Martí Parellada Sabata, FIEB President and FUNSEAM Board of Trustees Member

María Teresa Costa-Campi, Chair of Energy Sustainability and University of Barcelona

PLENARY SESSION

“Corona crisis: Chance for decentralized energy system transformation with full supply from renewable energies”, Claudia Kemfert (DIW Berlin)

I. IMPACT OF COVID-19 IN THE POWER SECTORS

Chair:  Andreas Löschel (University of Münster)

 

“Climate and energy policies after COVID 19”, Simone Borghesi (Florence School of Regulation)

 

“Diversifier or more? Hedge and safe haven properties of green bonds during COVID-19”, Tooraj Jamasb (Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure)

 

“The impact of COVID-19, the recovery stimulus package, and the European Green deal on carbon emissions and emission allowance prices under EU ETS”, Marten Ovaere (Ghent University)

II. ENERGY TRANSITION IN TIMES OF ECONOMIC DISTRESS

Chair: Jose García-Quevedo (University of Barcelona)

 

“The zonal and seasonal CO2 marginal emissions factors for the Italian power market”, Filippo Beltrami (University of Padova)

 

“Trading-off the direct and indirect costs of generation when designing renewable electricity auction”, Pablo del Río (Spanish National Research Council (CSIC))

 

“(Mis)allocation of renewable energy source”, Stefan Lamp (University of Toulouse Capitole)

III. ANALYZING NEW ENERGY POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

Chair: Monica Giulietti (Loughborough University)

 

“Could technologies reduce the risk of fossil fuel assets being stranded in the power sector?”, Yangsiyu Lu (University of Oxford)

 

“Estimating Technological gains and losses from international environmental agreements: the case of stock pollutants”, Albert Roger (ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research)

 

“Beyond the efficiency contribution: A decomposition analysis of electricity intensity in European Union”, Frederico Perillo (University of Coimbra)

CLOSING SESSION

“Competition policy and the Green Deal”, Natalia Fabra (University Carlos III of Madrid)

Topics of interest

Energy system decarbonization

Green innovation

Energy sustainability

Demand flexibility

Energy poverty

Climate change

Energy efficiency

Financing energy transition

Geographical inequality

Carbon tax

Energy & circular economy

Energy & environmental policy & regulation

Scientific Committee

Maria Teresa Costa-Campi (University of Barcelona & IEB)

Valentina Bosetti (Bocconi University)

Elisa Trujillo-Baute (University of Barcelona & IEB)

Mike Waterson (Warwick University)

José Garcia-Quevedo (University of Barcelona & IEB)

Joan Ramón Borrell (University of Barcelona)

Joan Batalla (University of Barcelona & Funseam & IEB)

Pere Mir (University of Lleida & IEB)

Andreas Löschel (University of Münster & IEB)

Pablo del Río (CSIC & IEB)

Monica Giullietti (Loughborough University)

Juan Rosellón (CIDE & DIW Berlin)

Francois Cohen (University of Ofxord)

Andrés Picazo (University of Valencia)

Tooraj Jamasb (Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure)

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