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Net-Zero Carbon Energy Transition in the Context of SDG7: What can we achieve in the next decade?
This webinar is part of the Osaka University Anniversary Lecture Session on Aligning the Sustainable Development Goals and Climate Science.

Presentations will be made by Distinguished Professor Andre Faaij, University of Groningen, Associate Professor Evrim Ursavas, University of Groningen and Associate Professor Yohei Yamaguchi, Osaka University.

The moderator will be Professor Brendan Barrett, Osaka University

Jun 15, 2021 06:00 PM in Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo

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Speakers

Andre Faaij
Distinguished Professor Energy Systems Analysis @University of Groningen
Andre Faaij is currently Director of the Science Unit Energy at TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research). His research interests are extensive and include: Bio-based Economy, renewable energy technologies, energy system and scenario analysis and modelling, sustainability assessments of energy systems, alternative transport fuels, decarbonization of fossil fuels, capture and storage of CO2, and the hydrogen economy.
Evrim Ursavas
Associate Professor @University of Groningen
Evrim Ursavas is an associate professor in Energy and Logistics at the University of Groningen. She is the academic lead on an ambitious project to transform the Northern Netherlands into a hub of green hydrogen energy. Her research interests include sustainable energy supply, supply chain dynamics, logistic systems engineering and operations research (OR) modeling.
Yohei Yamaguchi
Associate Professor @Osaka University
Yohei Yamaguchi is an associate professor in the Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering in Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University. His research interests include building energy systems modeling, community/urban-scale energy-demand modeling for commercial and residential buildings, and analysis of the potential carbon reductions and electricity demand flexibility.