CSEI holds Stakeholder Engagement workshop and signs the European Commissions Pact for Engagement

CSEI holds Stakeholder Engagement workshop and signs the European Commissions Pact for Engagement

Yesterday, we had the privilege of hosting a workshop on Stakeholder Engagement in Brussels, where experts and thought leaders came together to explore the critical topic of stakeholder engagement in the energy sector. CSEI Signs the European Commission’s Pact for Engagement. We proudly affirmed our commitment to stakeholder engagement. We encourage all participants to do the same.

New Policy Brief
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New Policy Brief

CSEI has released a new policy brief “Pivotal Questions for the Market Design of a Hydrogen Market” by Johannes Giehl (CSEI) and Maike Kalz (TU Berlin). The brief tackles the question of a suitable market design when implementing a hydrogen market. It raises seven questions to be answered concerning the potential final market considering different scenarios for the upscaling of the hydrogen economy. 

CSEI launches PtX Markets project

CSEI launches PtX Markets project

Last week, CSEI went on the journey to Lyngby to participate in the first meeting of the PtX Markets project. Together with DTU Wind and Energy Systems, DTU Compute, Biogas Denmark, Evida, ENFOR A/S, Energidanmark, and Hybrid Greentech, CSEI will work on assessing the market potential for hydrogen and green fuels and their implications for the European electricity market. In our…

CSEI participates in “Nordic Hydrogen Valleys Conference” in Iceland

CSEI participates in “Nordic Hydrogen Valleys Conference” in Iceland

The Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure recently participated in the “Nordic Hydrogen Valleys Conference” held on October 4 and 5, 2023, in Iceland. This conference, organized by Nordic Energy Research, was designed to investigate the implications of the energy transition on the development of hydrogen value chains and energy hubs in the Nordic region. 

Final report of the STEERS project available online

Final report of the STEERS project available online

Since the end of 2021, the STEERS project* has assessed the current process and proposed changes in view of the TEN-E recast. Concluding a series of intermediate reports and events as well as our continuous bilateral exchange with the TYNDP stakeholders, we now present a final report and policy brief discussing the project outcomes and their real-world implications.