Broadly Beneficial Clean-Energy Planning Session 2: Defining and Modeling Scenarios

Broadly Beneficial Clean-Energy Planning Session 2: Defining and Modeling Scenarios

May 29, 2020
01:00 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 2, Defining and Modeling Scenarios, examines the development of scenarios around stakeholder-defined priorities, and explores resources for modeling scenarios to produce quantitative descriptions of possible futures. Kate Johnson of the District of Columbia’s Department of Energy and Environment describes the planning process behind DC’s ambitious zero-carbon 2050 plan. Watch to learn more about:

  • How to help community members interpret and think about quantitative data
  • How to guide stakeholders in exploring potential futures under different possible energy-policy scenarios


Kate Johnson

Chief, Green Building and Climate Branch

D.C. Department of Energy & Environment

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

Yeou-Rong Jih

Director of Urban Initiatives

Greenlink Analytics

Matt Cox


Greenlink Analytics

Lacey Shaver

City Renewable Energy Manager


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