MaREI’s Dr Paul Deane, a senior research fellow specialising in clean energy futures will present on the findings of the Zero e-Mission Future report.
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The Energy, Environment and Climate Action division are delighted to host Dr Paul Deane to provide an overview of the Zero e-Mission Future report. This report is a collaboration between the Electricity Association of Ireland and MaREI. The report examines the question: what will the electricity system look like in 2030 as it meets the challenges of renewable electricity policy, decarbonisation and security of supply?
The report is available from the EAI website here.
About the speaker
Dr Paul Deane is a senior research fellow specialising in clean energy futures at the Environmental Research Institute’s MaREI Centre in UCC. He has authored and co-authored over 100 technical papers on the future of energy in areas such as electricity markets, European and global power systems, renewable energy integration and energy access. He was first author on Ireland’s Low Carbon Roadmap in 2015 and provides technical assistance to a number electricity modelling projects in Ireland and Europe. He is an active contributor to European policy thinking on clean energy and in 2019 was the Royal Irish Academy speaker in computer science and engineering.