The REFLEX project partners recently got together for a project meeting from May 8 – 9, 2018 at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. The consortium discussed the work progress within the project as well as results from the reference scenario. In a working session the researchers and industry partners from different European countries talked about legal issues of open data access and how to disseminate the results beyond the project’s end. Special focus was given to the model coupling and model run schedule for the policy scenarios. Other topics, which were discussed within the meeting, were the REFLEX Storyline for the final project report and next steps for each work package.
LCE21 – Clustering Event on Energy System Modelling
Together with REEEM, MEDEAS and SET-Nav, REFLEX was participating at the H2020 Contractors’ Workshop in Energy System Modelling on 28th November 2017 at INEA (EU Innovation & Networks Executive Agency) in Brussels.
At this LCE21 Clustering Event all 4 projects presented their modelling and dissemination activities. The workshop was a good possibility to meet, exchange know-how and discuss synergies.
REFLEX project meeting at KIT in Karlsruhe
The REFLEX project consortium met from 6th – 7th November 2017 at KIT-IIP in Karlsruhe. In the project meeting first results of different work packages were discussed. Special importance were given to the issues of model coupling, establishment of the data warehouse, results on a Demand-Side-Management-survey as well as the results of the experience curves development of several technologies. Further, next steps for the work packages were defined and different action points were spread among the partners.
REFLEX project meeting at KTH in Stockholm
The REFLEX consortium met from 23rd – 24th May 2017 at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm to discuss the progress in the first project year. During this two-day meeting first project results were presented and next steps in different working packages were discussed. Special focus was given to the implementation of the model coupling as well as the calculation of experience curves for selected technologies.
REFLEX project meeting at the University of Utrecht
On September 1st 2016, the REFLEX consortium met at the University of Utrecht. During this meeting the coordination of technologies, the conceptual design of model coupling, the scenario definition as well as data harmonization were discussed.
REFLEX Kick-Off Meeting
From 10th to 11th of May 2016, the REFLEX consortium had its
kick-off meeting at the TU Dresden. Organizational issues of the project were clarified and a detailed timetable for the individual work steps was agreed upon.