SECLI-FIRM Final Conference – Project Showcase and Interactive Workshop

A three-day programme offering opportunities for the scientific and climate services communities, organisations and individuals working in the water and energy sectors, and further afield, to benefit from the four-year story of the EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM project: challenges, results, lessons learnt and outlook.

Day 1, 13 October – 12:00-15:00 UTC

The SECLI-FIRM framework and the science of seasonal forecasts: challenges, results and lessons learnt

Day 2, 14 October – 12:00-15:00 UTC

How climate services have benefitted the energy industry: SECLI-FIRM case study challenges, results and lessons learnt

Day 3, 19 October –12:00-15:15 UTC

How SECLI-FIRM has helped advance climate services together with other EU projects: highlights, lessons learnt and outlook

Weather and climate affect every aspect of our daily lives, business and financial operations. In light of global climate change and increasing unpredictability of seasonal climate patterns and extreme weather events, there is an ever-growing need for more accessible, accurate and reliable information to support a wide range of decision-making processes. This has been the focus of the EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM Project for four years.

The SECLI-FIRM project aims to demonstrate how the use of improved climate forecasts can add practical and economic value to decision-making processes and outcomes in the energy and water sectors.

The project concludes in October 2021 and the final conference shares the highlights, lessons learned and outlook – as the project looks to the future.

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Confirmed Speakers 


Alberto Troccoli

Alberto Troccoli

University of East Anglia and Managing Director, World Energy Meteorology Council

Adriaan Perrels

Adriaan Perrels

EU-MACS co-ordinator and Research Professor, Finnish Meteorological Institute 

Hazel Thornton

Hazel Thornton

Manager, Climate Change Adaptation Team, Met Office

Laurent Dubus

Laurent Dubus

Lead Scientist for Weather and Climate, RTE

Project Partners