AFRY Energy Transition Webinars
- October 2022
- May 2022
- March 2022
- February 2022
- January 2022
- October 2021
- September 2021
- July 2021
- June 2021
- April 2021
- March 2021
- January 2021
- December 2020
- November 2020
- October 2020
- September 2020
- August 2020
- July 2020
- June 2020
- May 2020
- April 2020
- March 2020
11 October 2022
Following the publication of the report "The Benefits of Long Duration Electricity Storage", AFRY and BEIS present the key findings in this webinar.
04 October 2022
AFRY’s gas market expert, Lucy Field, reviews the latest developments in the Gas Crisis, focussing on the cessation of gas flows via Nord Stream 1 and the outlook for the remaining Russian gas supply contracts to Europe.
30 May 2022
In their third Gas Crisis webinar, Lucy and Matt discuss the recent market developments in terms of new projects, new laws and new sanctions. They also assess the possibility of more significant curtailments of Russian gas supplies to Europe and the potential impact on the largest EU gas markets.
11 May 2022
In this webinar, John Williams, Brendan Cronin and Adel Ramadan present AFRY's global hydrogen trade model along with our initial results for the future prices and trade patterns in low carbon hydrogen.
08 March 2022
With the invasion of Ukraine, how will this impact Russia's role in supplying gas to Europe? Matt Brown and Lucy Field continue to discuss the gas crisis which started in 2021 and how it has developed following the invasion of Ukraine.
07 February 2022
With enormous increases in the global gas price recently, what are the main factors influencing Europe? In this webinar, Lucy Field, an expert with 25 years of experience advising clients on gas markets around the world, discusses these issues with Matt Brown.
20 January 2022
In this webinar we discuss the scale of the challenge, the potential supply of removals in 2030, and some of the issues facing the public and private sector given the diversity of nature-based and tech-based removals. A must for anyone interested in the role carbon removal may play on the route to net zero.
12 October 2021
Grid investments are not only costly but take time; therefore, power system operators across Europe are looking for alternative ways to tackle the immediate challenge. AFRY are joined by Hallstein Hagen (NODES), Henning Schuster (E-Bridge) and Bengt Johansson (Ellevio).
07 October 2021
In this webinar, Dr. Sven Stadtmann introduces the main drivers of biodiversity loss and the key stakeholders involved in global conservation efforts. Sven also explores ideas on how to integrate biodiversity planning into corporate sustainability strategies and how the private sector can contribute to the sustainable management of biodiversity.
30 September 2021
In this webinar, AFRY examine the specific circumstances of the Swedish situation and explore some of the opportunities for large scale hydrogen projects such as HYBRIT and H2 Green Steel. How will Swedish infrastructure need to adapt to new hydrogen demand, and what does this mean for the deployment of new renewables capacity and the power and gas networks?
23 September 2021
AFRY present approaches for the identification of appropriate asset specific and best practice digitalisation strategies, whilst considering automation software solutions, data analytics and integration in the wider asset management platform.
22 September 2021
Mustafa Ibrahim, Stephen Woodhouse and Gabriel Olguin are joined by Magnus Olofsson (Downing Hydro) and Íris Baldursdóttir (ENTSO-E) to discuss the challenges to the operation, investments, and governance of the electricity market and the role of HVDC and FACTS devices from the clean energy perspective.
15 July 2021
Torsten Lach and Esa Holttinen present AFRY’s position on Engineering Demand Management, including the challenges faced by wind engineering organisations and a framework supporting project developers and engineering organisations to manage their future demand for wind engineering work.
8 July 2021
Stian Blackstad Hackett presents the main results of a study on Nordic DSOs and market design options for procurement of flexibility.
30 June 2021
John Williams, Miao (Amanda) Zhang and Stefano Andreola discuss the demand, supply, policy drivers, resources and costs involved.
10 June 2021
Francisco Laverón (Iberdrola) and Dorian de Kermadec, Senior Principal at AFRY Management Consulting, present the main findings of the joint report released in 2020, and provide comments in the case of Spain and on the results of the 2021 update.
29 April 2021
Philip Gueorguiev, Philipp Ortmann and Yana Andrushko discuss CSEE’s renewable electricity development.
22 April 2021
Claire Behrens, Peter Hubbard and Charles Merrick discuss the future of North American natural gas markets under AFRY's Central scenario to 2050.
18 March 2021
Ali Lloyd (AFRY Management Consulting), Peter Kling and Helen Moon (AFRY Energy Division) consider the role of waste to energy in the clean energy transition
4 March 2021
Angus Paxton and Stefano Andreola discuss the next steps required to understand the hydrogen delivery system that Europe needs. They are joined by Dr. Matthias Deutsch from Agora Energiewende.
17 December 2020
Riccardo Siliprandi and Paolo Pacciarini discuss why flexibility is needed in the Italian electricity system and how it could be created.
10 December 2020
Fleur Greetham and Thomas Weenink consider the issues affecting renewable developers in countries where hydrogen and RES are being developed, using the Netherlands as a case study.
3 December 2020
Claire Behrens, Ingolf Dorn and Filipe Sim-Sim discuss how Pennsylvania has come to join RGGI, the expected changes to PJM’s supply dynamics and the impact on the decarbonisation of PJM.
26 November 2020
Mostyn Brown and Stephen Woodhouse dive into the murky world of the voluntary carbon offset market, explaining how it works, key issues that must be resolved for the market to scale and how offsets fit into the wider corporate decarbonisation ecosystem.
12 November 2020
Stephen Woodhouse and Dr. Jan Wierzba introduce AFRY's drag-and-drop interface which uses the latest deep learning techniques for energy forecasting.
5 November 2020
Matt Brown, Stephen Woodhouse and Mostyn Brown discuss the socio-technical transition required to reach a 100% renewable energy system.
29 October 2020
Geir Brønmo and Kathrine Stene Bakke discuss the impact of the weather and the increasing importance of detailed modelling at price area level on the Nordic market.
22 October 2020
Andreas Buhlin and Peter K. Andersson present how AFRY Real Digital Twin is used in case studies from district heating plants, water treatment facilities and nuclear power plants.
13 October 2020
Gareth Davies and Alex Luta discuss the role of the EU ETS in supporting the European Commission’s 2030 climate target.
8 October 2020
Angus Paxton, Antonio Michelon and Martti Surakka discuss the potential for biogas production and how it might be suitably incentivised to deliver decarbonisation and sustainability.
1 October 2020
Dorian de Kermadec and Julia Dupuy share their view of the Colombian market’s evolution and key learnings from our extensive modelling.
24 September 2020
Stuart Murray and Tom Williams discuss how recent weather driven variability and price risk are likely to remain key features in Texas’ largest electricity market.
17 September 2020
Claire Behrens, Brandon Hardman and Charles Merrick provide AFRY’s outlook for US offshore wind.
10 September 2020
Rodrigo Siliceo and Gauthier Le Traon consider the challenges and opportunities for Israel's electricity market.
3 September 2020
Fredrik Hofflander shows how AI is being applied in the energy sector to prevent accidents effectively and efficiently.
20 August 2020
Claus Ghesla and Philipp Ortmann discuss the impact of climate change on European power markets to 2050.
6 August 2020
Philipp Irschik joins Horst Dulle and Thomas Koller to discuss Energie Steiermark's digital transformation.
23 July 2020
Shweta Jadhav and Stephen Woodhouse consider India’s changing power mix and explore AFRY's vision of what a renewable-led market design could look like.
16 July 2020
Javier Revuelta and Angel Ballesteros take a close look at the Iberian electricity market, focussing on security of supply issues and the financial sustainability of the renewable sector.
9 July 2020
Brendan Cronin and Alan Whitaker are joined by a panel of key industry players to discuss the prospects and challenges facing renewable electricity in South Africa.
2 July 2020
Pedro Campilho and Helge Barlen discuss future prospects for coal generation across EU countries, and how coal to biomass conversions could provide a route to decarbonisation.
25 June 2020
Dr Bradley Steel and Dr Mostyn Brown consider the key drivers impacting prices under the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme.
18 June 2020
AFRY and Clifford Chance explore the future of energy markets: what changes are likely, and what impact they could have on long-term contracts.
10 June 2020
Antonio Michelon, Claire Behrens and Neil Semple discuss the variables determining the future of gas prices.
4 June 2020
Andy Houston and Alex Luta discuss how the pandemic has affected green ambitions and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
28 May 2020
Mikael Maasalo discusses the impact of digitalisation on energy companies’ operational development.
20 May 2020
Christian Romig and Rob Lee explore recent developments in China and what the fundamentals suggest about the future outlook.
14 May 2020
Benedikt Unger and Mark Richards are joined by Ian Johnston and Chris Darby to explore what lasting impact the pandemic and subsequent crisis could have on the e-mobility sector.
7 May 2020
Stephen Woodhouse, James Cox and Ovidiu Stoica explore how the forward electricity markets across Europe have evolved through the COVID-19 crisis using our BID3 fundamentals-based modelling.
30 April 2020
Kjetil Ingeberg and Paola Lualdi present AFRY’s view on the decarbonisation of the maritime sector and share their insights from recent analyses in the Nordics and South Europe.
23 April 2020
The Middle East electricity sector is facing two challenges: coronavirus disruption and low oil prices. Brendan Cronin takes a closer look at what has changed, considers the ongoing impact, and discusses what the sector must do to adapt.
16 April 2020
Matt Heling explores the current opportunities and challenges for renewable energy in the Southeast Asia region, and considers known or anticipated support/procurement programs, comparative economics, and regulatory and contractual considerations.
8 April 2020
Stephen Woodhouse and Henrik Tegnér discuss the immediate challenges and opportunities these markets face as they seek to achieve their long term environmental goals - whilst remaining cost competitive and with a secure and stable energy supply.
2 April 2020
John Williams discusses the commercial decisions these green hydrogen developers will face.
19 & 26 March 2020
Francesca Tedeschi and Nnamdi Ibeanu present the interlink between the affected global economy and the energy market in Europe, and release the results of our analysis.