Research projects

The model has being used in these research projects:

  • Delivering the next generation of open Integrated Assessment MOdels for Net-zero, sustainable Development (DIAMOND), developed for the European Commission. September 2022 - August 2025. S. Lumbreras, L. Olmos, A. Ramos

    It will update, upgrade, and fully open six IAMs that are emblematic in scientific and policy processes, improving their sectoral and technological detail, spatiotemporal resolution, and geographic granularity. It will further enhance modelling capacity to assess the feasibility and desirability of Paris-compliant mitigation pathways, their interplay with adaptation, circular economy, and other SDGs, their distributional and equity effects, and their resilience to extremes, as well as robust risk management and investment strategies.

  • Application of the ENTSO-e cost-benefit analysis method to Aguayo II pumped-hydro storage, developed for Repsol. June 2022. A. Ramos, L. Olmos, L. Sigrist

    It aims at writing a report on the application of the ENTSO-e cost-benefit analysis method to Aguayo II pumped-hydro storage.

  • Application of the ENTSO-e cost-benefit analysis method to Los Guájares pumped-hydro storage, developed for VM Energía. May 2022 - June 2022. A. Ramos, L. Olmos, L. Sigrist

    It aims at writing a report on the application of the ENTSO-e cost-benefit analysis method to Los Guájares pumped-hydro storage.

  • Impact of the electric vehicle in the electricity markets in 2030, developed for Repsol. November 2021 - February 2022. A. Ramos, P. Frías, J.P. Chaves, P. Linares, J.J. Valentín

    It aims at analyzing the impact on the electricity markets of the mainland Spanish system of the high penetration of electric vehicles in a 2030 scenario.

  • European Climate and Energy Modelling Forum (ECEMF), developed for the European Commission. May 2021 - December 2024. S. Lumbreras, A. Ramos, L. Olmos, C. Mateo

    It aims at providing the knowledge to inform the development of future energy and climate policies at national and European levels. In support of this aim, ECEMF proposes a range of activities to achieve five objectives and meet the four challenges set out in the call text. ECEMF’s programme of events and novel IT-based communications channel will enable researchers to identify and co-develop the most pressing policy-relevant research questions with a range of stakeholders to meet ambitious European energy and climate policy goals, in particular the European Green Deal and the transformation to a climate neutral society.

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