Cameron Wade, Principal of Sutubra Research
The path to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050 in Atlantic Canada is both time- and resource-constrained. Energy system models can be used in this context to compare climate change mitigation options and to strategically plan for meeting climate change goals through cost-effective and timely means. To provide decision-making support, however, models must be robustly configured with appropriate data and assumptions and their results carefully tested, analyzed, and contextualized by the limitations of modelling exercises. In this webinar, energy system modeller Cameron Wade of Sutubra Research will demonstrate how to construct thoughtful energy system scenarios using the ACES model, to interpret model results with care, and to determine how model insights can be applied to inform decision-making processes.