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Climate Services at work - ERA4CS Projects exchange and networking lab

EASME Horizon 2020 - JPI Climate ERA4CS project networking event 30 November 2017, Brussels

CLIM2POWER -

CLIM2POWER - Translating climate data into power plants operational guidance Duration - Sep/2017 –Aug/2020 (36 months) Website/social media - not available yet A project funded under ERA4CS Your elevator pitch CLIM2POWER will create a bridge between complex scientific model-based knowledge and targeted usable information for end-users by developing a web-based Climate Service addressing, at a seasonal timescale, how climate impacts hydro, wind and solar power operation, electricity demand and the whole power system Power generation & trading companies Water & Environmen t authorities END USERS of online public webservice Power system operators & regulators Power consumers 5 key words to be “googled” Climate services; management of power portfolio; seasonal climate forecasts; hydro, PV and wind availability; climate impacts on power production JPI Climate Central Secretariat – fact sheet for kick-off meeting 30/11/2017

About you and your interest Sofia Simoes CLIM2POWER is looking for synergies into other projects working with the power sector and energy use and/or seasonal climate forecasts. We are interested in exchanging ideas on interfaces for web applications and how to make very large data sets user-friendly. About the project consortium The CLIM2POWER consortium combines 12 partners balancing different skills and perspectives as follows: • NOVA - Associação para a Inovação e Desenvolvimento da FCT, PT: Project Coordination and Portuguese case study: Douro river basin, wind and solar power resources and whole power system. Leads WP7 Project management & scientific coordination; • FC.ID - Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, PT: Integrate longterm climate projections module; • DWD - Deutscher Wetterdienst, DE: Leader of WP2 Climate Data, seasonal climate forecasts; • BOKU-DSS - Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AT: German-Austrian case study: Germany-Austria: the Danube river basin, wind and solar power resources and the German-Austrian market zone; • BOKU-IWHW - Institute of Water Management, Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AT: Hydrological modelling of the Danube river basin and Leader of WP3 - Renewable energy and demand simulation; • ARMINES Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées de Mines ParisTech, FR: European and French case studies (wind and solar power resources and the whole power system). Leader of WP4 - Impacts on power production portfolio; • ARMINES Centre Observation, Impacts, Energie de MINES ParisTech, FR: Development of the web service application; • UCC - Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy (MaREI), Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, IE: Leaders of WP1 - End-user requirements and of WP6 - Communication, end-user engagement & exploitation; • LTU - Energy Science division, Luleå University of Technology, SE: Swedish case study: Lule älv river basin, wind and solar power resources and whole power system • ACTeon, FR: Leader of WP5 - Co-development of Climate Service prototype with endusers and support French case-study; • EDP-Energias de Portugal, PT: Co-development of the climate service as end-user • Wien Energie, AT: Co-development of the climate service as end-user JPI Climate Central Secretariat – fact sheet for kick-off meeting 30/11/2017