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Workshop on Sustainability Performance of Energy Systems (SPES)

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Workshop on Sustainability Performance of Energy Systems (SPES)

  1. 1. ETSAP ExCo-meeting 18. November 2016 Helena Cabal CIEMAT
  2. 2. v v Objective • To hold a workshop on Sustainability performance of the energy systems Motivation • Sustainability indicators are a measure of sustainability performance of the energy systems and can deal with different aspects of sustainability: economic, social and environmental • While environmental sustainability indicators have been broadly investigated and applied to energy systems, the research on the applications of socioeconomic and social indicators are still lagged behind in their incorporation • To take a step forward in the incorporation of new indicators to our analyses Benefits for ETSAP • This project contributes to improve the analysis of the interaction between the energy system and the economy and society incorporating environmental, social and socioeconomic aspects • Collaboration between ETSAP teams 12/5/2016 2
  3. 3. v vDeliverables • D1. Two-day workshop to be held in spring 2017 • D2. Workshop proceedings • D3. Document with main results from discussion 05.12.2016 3 January-December 2017 Tentative date for the workshop: April-May CIEMAT, Madrid Time schedule
  4. 4. v v The project is split into the following tasks: 1. Workshop preparation 2. Workshop proceedings 3. Report 05.12.2016 4 Topics The following topics have been identified: • Methodologies to quantify environmental, social and socioeconomic indicators: Input-Output, SAM, ... • Ways to implement those indicators into TIMES models • Experiences on the valuation of social and socioeconomic sustainability of electricity generation, cooling and heating • Discussion Tasks
  5. 5. v v Budget 05.12.2016 5 Personnel Costs Tasks Estimated person- days Average cost per person-day Estimated total costs € 1. Workshop preparation 5 850 4,250 2. Workshop proceedings 6 850 5,100 3. Report 10 850 8,500 Sub-total 17,850 Other expenses Estimated costs (€) Travel (2/IFE, 1/other, around 15) 10,000 Workshop expenses (facility, coffee, lunch, 1 dinner) 1,600 Sub-total 11,600 TOTAL Project costs (€) 29,450

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