IAEE Events

1st IAEE Online Conference

7 - 9 June 2021 Online

1st IAEE Online Conference

This digital conference was exceptional in many ways:

It offered to bring together energy economists, policymakers and business leaders from around the world in real time for 3 consecutive days. This event allowed a non-stop exchange from San Francisco to Tokyo.
It featured mid-day keynote addresses to bring together a global audience in a common time zone.

It will addressed the ideal climate and energy policy regime that should simultaneously respond to potentially conflicting objectives, especially in the era of COVID: ensuring energy security, promoting universal access to affordable energy services, and fostering greener and more sustainable energy systems while taking into account geopolitical and economic dimensions.

In this context, IAEE's international online conference aimed to bridge the latest scientific advances in energy economics and its relevance to practical experiences in the energy sector. It also hosted 180 parallel sessions and numerous poster sessions. The digital edition reached out to a wider global audience, regardless of time zone, and provides a unique online platform for academics, policymakers, and business leaders from around the world to present and discuss the latest economic research on pressing energy issues in an open, non-partisan setting.

Topics to be addressed

The general topics for this conference include:

    • Blockchain experiments and regulation
    • Disruptive business models in energy sector
    • Economics oil and gas markets, Developments in LNG markets
    • Electricity demand response, Self-consumption, Electricity tariffs and smart meters, Nudges in electricity consumption
    • Emissions Trading Schemes, Energy efficiency
    • Energy and climate change mitigation and adaptation
    • Energy and emission modelling
    • Green Innovation, Biofuels and Bioenergy
    • Local energy communities, Electric mobility, Big data and energy
    • Nuclear energy markets
    • Regulation of energy network industries
    • Renewable energy sources and industries
    • Role of new technologies in Energy Transition
    • Smart grid, Microgrids, Energy storage and electrification
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