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Did you know that Climate Change will increase the potential for production of renewable energy?
Extended deadline for registration May 17 2010
Oslo, Norway, 31 May - 2 June 2010
At the Nordic and Baltic conference on “Future Climate and Renewable Energy – Impacts, Risks and Adaptation”, you will meet stakeholders from the energy sector and researchers to exchange views and acquire information about current research results regarding the:
Increased uncertainty regarding future renewable resources due to climate change is a key issue for the energy sector. The production capacity of some renewable energy resources will likely be increased. On the other hand, changes in the seasonal and geographical patterns of production and demand need to be managed. Disturbances and costs due to possible changes in extreme events, such as floods, droughts or storms also need to be considered. Increased uncertainty translates into riskier decisions within the sector including operational and market issues, short term responses and investments. It also calls for adaptation measures for related issues, such as ensuring dam safety.
The goal of the conference is to present recent research on how global warming will impact the Nordic and Baltic electricity system over the next 20-30 years. The conference will focus on changes in hydrology (including snow, ice and glaciers), climate and potential production as well as the future safety of the production systems and the underlying uncertainties.
The conference is organized by the Nordic and Baltic project Climate and Energy Systems (CES) 2007-2010. The CES project is funded by Nordic Energy Research, the Nordic energy sector and the participating institutions.
First announcement: May 20 2009 Second announcement: October 1 2009 Abstracts: February 1 2010Abstract acceptance notification: March 1 2010Submission of final abstract: May 1 2010Extended deadline for registration: May 17 2010
Further details:Contact: email@example.comProject web-site: http://www.os.is/ces
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