Explore the agenda for the final SECLI-FIRM project Stakeholder Workshop
We are excited to be delivering our final Stakeholder Workshop on Tuesday 25 May 2021 and to welcome a line-up of presenters from across industry and climate services. We have ensured ample opportunities for participation from attendees too.
We understand the constraints on stakeholder’s time so we are offering three sessions, and we hope participants will join all three where possible, but they are welcome to join just the one or two that are most beneficial to them. We aim to attract decision-makers from the energy, water, oil and gas, insurance and agriculture sectors, users and providers of climate services and all those interested in our project findings and progress.
How Can Climate Services Enhance Your Business Decisions?
25 May 2021, 09:00 –13:00 (UK) 10:00 – 14:00 (CEST), including breaks
Session 1: 09:00-10:00 (UK) 10:00-11:00 (CEST): Climate services for business decisions: users’ experience
9:10 Climate Services from an EU perspective (Alessia Pietrosanti, European Commission, European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency)
9:20 Climate services for business decisions – an introduction (Alberto Troccoli, WEMC)
9:25 Using climate services for business decisions – industry experience:
- ENEL Teal Tool and Energy management (Marco Formenton, ENEL)
- Shell North Sea rig move (Jon Upton, Shell)
- Thames Water demand management: Freeze-thaw in lockdown (Leo Kiernan, Thames Water)
9:40 Q & A
Session 2: 10:00-11:00 (UK) 11:00-12:00 (CEST): Participant discussion: How can my business benefit from climate services?
10:00 Introduction to the session
10:10 Interactive discussion: how can my business benefit from climate services?
10:40 Plenary and summary
NETWORKING BREAK 30 MINS
Session 3: 11:30–13:00 (UK) 12:30–14:00 (CEST): Connecting climate services and sector-specific decision making
11:30 Introduction to SECLI FIRM Project and the session – seasonal forecasting and decision making: (Clare Goodess, UEA)
11:40 Climate services and decision making for the energy sector – case-study example from SECLI-FIRM: North Sea wind and wave conditions suitable for maintenance, planning and logistics (Gertie Geertsema, KNMI)
11:50 Climate services and decision making for the water sector – summary of results across WATExR case studies (Leah Jackson-Blake, NIVA, Norway)
12:00 Climate services and decision making for the agriculture sector – case-study example from MED-GOLD (Antonio Graca, Sogrape)
12:10 The process of elaborating a decision tree – group exercise: facilitated by Steve Dorling
12:40 Discussion and wrap-up (Alberto Troccoli)
13:00 Workshop end