IRENA will organise the second “International Forum on Long-term Energy Scenarios for the Clean Energy Transition” between 25-27 March, during the Berlin Energy Week.
This Forum will gather experts directly involved in either using or developing long-term energy scenarios to support policymaking and planning for the clean energy transition. Representatives from governments, technical institutions, academia, industry and the private sector will be invited to exchange practical experience and gather good practices from around the world.
It will be built on the rich discussions that have been held under the umbrella of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) Campaign on Long-term Scenarios for the Energy Transition (LTES Campaign) since its inception in June 2018, and on activities organized under IRENA’s Long-term Energy Scenario Network – LTES Network which expanded the scope of the LTES Campaign.
The Forum will begin with a side event during the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue on the 25th, followed by two days of deep-dive sessions. Last year's 2019 LTES International Forum provided a platform for dynamic discussions with around 130 experts from over 35 countries.
The preliminary concept note and detailed programme can be found in the following links:
- Forum concept note
- Programme (available soon)
All persons wishing to participate can do so through the following registration link and will be subject to a final approval process. Registration deadline: 1 March 2020.