- How can we reduce global CO2 emissions drastically within the next few decades?
- Which energy technologies do we need in the long run and how should the future energy system be designed?
- After 2050, we are likely in the process of removing CO2 from the atmosphere. How should that be done?
- How can we combine these fundamental changes with the need for continued economic growth?
- How will we simultaneously provide modern energy for people in the world's poorest countries, where firewood is still the main source of energy?
Solutions extend infinitely far beyond switching to energy saving bulbs and buying cars that run a little longer to the litre. There is a need for a fundamental transformation of global energy systems. These tasks take decades and cost billions.
On the conference Danish and international energy experts from research, industry, authorities and organizations will discuss these major issues. Read more here.
1st October 2010 Deadline for submission of proposals for papers
15th November 2010 Notification of acceptance of papers
31st January 2011 Final date for registration with "early bird" discount
4th April 2011 Deadline for submission of final papers
10th - 12th May 2011 The conference will take place at Risø DTU
Deadline for submitting proposals is 1 October 2010
The submitted proposals will be evaluated by the conference's international scientific programme committee after which the final program for the conference will be planned.
The accepted conference papers is presented at the conference and published in proceedings from the conference.
The conference is the 5th Risø international energy conference, and is held at Risø DTU the 10th - 12th May 2011.