2020 International Forum on Long-term Energy Scenarios for the Clean Energy Transition

25 – 27 March 2020 |Berlin, Germany

The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) campaign on Long-term Energy Scenarios for the Clean Energy Transition (LTES Campaign) the campaign was extended for a 2nd year of activities in May 2019.

The campaign aims to promote the wider adoption and improved use of long-term model-based energy scenarios, by:

  • sharing country experience in the use and benefits of energy scenario modelling for national and regional policy planning;
  • showcasing innovative tools and methods for energy scenario modelling that address the integration challenges of variable renewable energy (VRE);
  • and identifying channels to build and enhance national capacity for clean energy transition planning and to share with countries with limited experience. 

The campaign has been executed through a series of activities to promote bilateral and multilateral exchange involving different types of stakeholders, as well as potential analytical reports to support and strengthen workshop outcomes and other political events, including the CEM ministerial meetings.

This forum is back-to-back with the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) 24-25 March and will gather experts representing governments, technical institutions, academia, industry and the financial sector, seeking to further the knowledge of long-term energy scenarios to support planning of the clean energy transition. The Forum will be the continuation of the 2019 International Forum held in April 2019, which gathered around 130 experts from over 35 countries.