Energy demand, generation and resilience under a changing climate

Date: December 5, 2017

Presented by:

Dr. Alberto Troccoli, Managing Director, World Energy & Meteorology Council

Dr. Marco Braun, Hydroclimatology specialist and physical geographer, Ouranos Consortium

Duration: 46 minutes

Summary

Renewable energy and energy demand are both very climate- and weather-dependent. Climate variability – through extreme weather events, rising average temperatures, and hydrological changes – also poses risks to energy systems. In this webinar, experts from the World Energy & Meteorology Council and the Ouranos Consortium present the relationship between energy and climate and the use of climate data for energy applications.

About the speakers

Dr. Alberto Troccoli

Dr. Alberto Troccoli is the Managing Director of the World Energy & Meteorology Council and Visiting Professor at the University of East Anglia. He has more than 20 years of experience in meteorology and climate and their application to the energy sector, having worked at several other leading institutions such as NASA, the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, the University of Reading and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

Dr. Marco Braun

Dr. Marco Braun is a hydroclimatology specialist and physical geographer at the Ouranos Consortium. He holds a PhD from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. As a member of the Climate Scenarios and Services Group he is responsible for climate scenarios related to the water and energy resources program at Ouranos, helping collaborators of the consortium to enhance their climate resilience.

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