The Long-term Scenarios for Energy Transition (LTES) campaign, launched at the Ninth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM9) in Copenhagen, Denmark, aims to promote the wider adoption and improved use of long-term model-based energy scenarios to support and accelerate the energy transition among CEM countries and beyond. The campaign does not aim to develop new models or scenarios.
Focusing on three interconnected themes, the campaign will support wider and more effective use of long-term energy scenarios by:
The campaign is co-led by Danish and German governments and supported by additional country members and technical partners. IRENA executes the campaign as the operating agent, organising a series of workshops to promote an exchange of insights and compile best practices among members, partners and beyond.
The campaign will have a strong presence at CEM 10 in Vancouver in May, 2019 where scenario development best practices and future recommendations will be presented to ministers and high-level participants.
The following governments have signed up to the LTES CEM campaign: Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.
The CEM campaign is also supported by a number of technical institutions. For more details about the campaign, visit the Clean Energy Ministerial.
Information on the IRENA LTES webinar series
All the past and future events organized under the umbrella of the LTES Campaign can be found here.The summary of first-year campaign findings can be found here.