AMPERE Technology Workshop

This workshop, hosted by IPTS on 27-28 May 2013, aimed to help researchers strengthen their analyses of technological change and to introduce endogenous technology dynamics in large-scale energy or integrated assessment models. The workshop combined the perspectives of researchers involved in climate policy modelling with those of researchers more specialized in the economics of technological change.

The workshop was organized in collaboration between the AMPERE project, the EU-funded ADVANCE project, and the PIAMDDI project, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.


SESSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Introductory Session

Introduction to the workshop - Patrick Criqui, CNRS - Université de Grenoble

criqui__ampere_tech_workshop_intro__ampere_20130527.pdf

Technology learning curves for energy public support: summary of a JRC/ECN workshop - Tobias Wiesenthal, IPTS

wiesenthal__learning_curves_workshop_summary__ampere_20130527.pdf

Research on endogenous technology modeling in the US - John Weyant, Stanford University

weyant__endogenous_tech_modeling__ampere_20130527.pdf


Taking stock

Taking stock of empirical work on technological change: Learning curves, R&D, spillovers, and incentives - Gregory Nemet, University of Wisconsin-Madison

nemet__learning_curves_spillovers_incentives__ampere_20130527.pdf

Modeling of dynamic costs of energy technologies - Jessika E. Trancik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

tranic__dynamic_costs_of_energy_tech__ampere_20130527.pdf

Technological change and the role of policy - Laura Diaz Anadon, Harvard University

anadon__technological_change_and_policy__ampere_20130527.pdf


Methodological perspectives

From innovation processes to innovation systems - Charlie Wilson, Tyndall Centre

wilson__innovation_processes_and_systems__20130527.pdf

Understanding and characterizing uncertainties in energy technology experience curves - Ed Rubin, Carnegie Mellon University

rubin__uncertainties_in_experience_curves__20130527.pdf

Innovations in energy technology and their externalities: how to improve economic modeling - Boris Le Hir, SEURECO-ERASME

lehir__modeling_energy_tech_innovations__ampere_20130527.pdf


Historical/econometric approaches

Revisiting the cost escalation curse of nuclear power - Lina Escobar Rangel, CERNA Ecole des Mines

escobar__cost_escalation_of_nuclear__ampere_20130527.pdf

Some thoughts on the evolution of the solar photovoltaic technology based on previous research - Matthieu Glachant, CERNA Ecole des Mines

glachant__evolution_of_solar_technology__ampere_20130527.pdf


Stylized facts and diagnostics

Future investment costs of renewable energy technologies at volatile energy and raw material prices: an econometric assessment - Christian Panzer, Vienna University of Technology

panzer__volatility_of_investment costs__ampere-20130528.pdf

Technology diffusion in AMPERE scenarios... and historically - Charlie Wilson, Tyndall Centre

wilson__technology_diffusion__ampere_20130528.pdf

Technology learning in AMPERE simulations: a multi model analysis - Philippe Menanteau, CNRS University of Grenoble

menanteau__technology_learning__ampere_20130528.pdf


Wrap-up and brainstorming on common approaches in ADVANCE

Technology workshop wrap-up - Patrick Criqui, CNRS - Université de Grenoble

criqui__ampere_tech_workshop_wrapup__ampere_20130527.pdf

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