Broadly Beneficial Clean-Energy Planning Session 1: Stage-setting and Baseline Data

Broadly Beneficial Clean-Energy Planning Session 1: Stage-setting and Baseline Data

May 01, 2020
02:00 am - 03:00 am (Asia/Kolkata, UTC+5:30)

Broadly Beneficial Clean-Energy Planning is a series of three webinars examining data-backed scenario planning as a tool for structuring stakeholder-centered planning for clean energy policies and programs in cities. Produced and presented by WRI, Greenlink Analytics, and USDN in spring 2020, the series is part of a larger training program which includes provision of data and modeling services from Greenlink for selected cities.

Session 1, Stage-Setting and Baseline Data, introduces scenario planning and the role of baseline data. Watch to learn more about:

  • How social equity is central to effective clean-energy planning
  • How scenario planning can structure a stakeholder-centered planning process
  • What is scenario planning
  • How to build a baseline assessment around stakeholder-identified priorities and values

Speakers

Eric Mackres

Senior Manager Data and Tools, Urban Efficiency & Climate

WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities

Ted Wong

Research & Project Analyst

WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities

Lacey Shaver

City Renewable Energy Manager

WRI

Yeou-Rong Jih

Director of Urban Initiatives

Greenlink Analytics

Jon Crowe

Programs Director, Renewable Energy

USDN

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