9th Latin American Energy Economics Meeting (ELAEE)

Energy Transition, Latin American Energy Markets and Development Paths: Decarbonizing the World Economy

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From 29th to 31th July Every day from 08h00 to 18h00

About the Event

The Latin American Association for Energy Economics (ALADEE), the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), and the Brazilian Association of Energy Economics (AB3E) have the pleasure to invite you to attend the 9th Latin American Energy Economics Meeting that will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from July 29 to 31, 2024.

The global energy landscape has undergone profound transformations in recent years. Latin American countries face both challenges and opportunities given their privileged positions for energy transition, including ample availability of resources. Confronting different political, economic, and social realities, LAC countries face different challenges in articulating domestic supply and demand to achieve satisfactory service provision and sustainable development of energy industries. The opportunities lie in taking advantage of the region's abundance of competitive renewable resources and its proximity to major global consumption centers to attract investments that promote welfare gains with economic and social development, paving the way to a just and secure energy transition.

In the coming years, Brazil will host G20 Summit in Rio de Janeiro in November 2024, Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation meetings in Foz do Iguaçu in 2024 and COP 30 in Belém do Pará in November 2025. The 9th ELAEE will be part of this context and will be a great opportunity to deepen our understanding of globally relevant issues for energy economics and their consequences for the entire region.

We invite you to reflect together on all the changes taking place in the energy sector by attending the 9th ELAEE in person. Academics, business and political leaders, as well as energy consultants and analysts will discuss relevant subjects for the future of the energy in the Latin America. It will be a great opportunity to be informed of the state of the art in the field of energy economics and to interact with the international community in a favorable environment for networking and knowledge exchange. Take part in the round tables, present your work, participate in the plenary sessions with world-renowned speakers and enjoy the charms and hospitality of the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro!

Conference Topics

The meeting will address the following proposed topics during the main program or in the concurrent sections:

  • Oil and Gas Markets and Investments
  • Energy Security and Geopolitics
  • LNG Markets in Latam
  • Climate Change: mitigation and adaptation
  • Social Dimensions of Energy Transition
  • Variable Renewable Energies
  • Distributed Energy Resources
  • System Integration, Energy Networks and Resilience
  • Regional Energy Integration
  • Energy Investment and Finance
  • Energy Policy and Regulation
  • Energy Market Design
  • Technology, Innovation and Policies
  • Low Carbon Hydrogen
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels
  • Energy and Development
  • New Supply Chains
  • Future of Utilities
  • Energy Demand
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Modeling
  • Energy and Macroeconomics
  • Energy Subsidies
  • Transportation and (e-)mobility
  • Nuclear Energy in Latam

Key Dates

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: March 20, 2024
  • Notification of Acceptance: April 10, 2024
  • Speakers Registration (early bird): Until May 31, 2024
  • Expanded abstract (or full paper) submission deadline (optional): June 30, 2024
  • Speakers Registration Deadline: June 30, 2024
  • 9th ELAEE Conference: July 28 - 30, 2024


Registration Fees:

Values in BRL Until May After June
Student 750,00 BRL 900,00 BRL
Non-student 1.250,00 BRL 1.500,00 BRL

Speaker

  • Alexandre Street
  • Anne Neumann
  • Ashley C. Brown
  • Elbia Gannoum
  • Elkin Velásquez
  • Fulvio Fontini
  • Giovani Machado
  • Gürkan Kumbaroglu
  • Heloísa Borges Esteves
  • Mauricio Tolmasquim
  • Jorge Arbache
  • Pablo Ferragut
  • Pedro Jatobá
  • Pedro Hancevic
  • Ramon Leon
  • Sylvie D'Apote

Schedule

14h30 ALADEE Council Meeting Meeting
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16h00 Registration Accreditation
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17h00 Welcoming Reception Party
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08h30 Opening Opening
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09h00 Energy Transition, Latin American Energy Markets, and Development Paths Lecture
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Opening Plenary
Energy Transition, Latin American Energy Markets, and Development Paths

10h30 Coffee Break Coffee break
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11h00 Concurrent Sessions Work Presentation
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12h30 Lunch & Poster Sessions Presentation Poster
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14h00 Prospects for Oil and Gas: New Frontiers in Latam Lecture
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Dual Plenary 1.A
Prospects for Oil and Gas: New Frontiers in Latam

14h00 Prospects for Renewables in Latam Lecture
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Dual Plenary 1.B
Prospects for Renewables in Latam

15h30 Concurrent Sessions Work Presentation
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17h00 Coffee Break Coffee break
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17h15 Latin American Countries Integration: Energy, Industries, and Markets Lecture
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Dual Plenary 2.A
Latin American Countries Integration: Energy, Industries, and Markets

17h15 Social Dimensions of Energy Transition Lecture
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Dual Plenary 2.B
Social Dimensions of Energy Transition

19h30 Gala Dinner Jantar
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09h00 Sustainable Mobility in Latam: Pathways to Transport Decarbonization Opening
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Dual Plenary 3.A
Sustainable Mobility in Latam: Pathways to Transport Decarbonization

09h00 System Integration of Variable Renewable Energies: Challenges for Operation, Flexibility, and Storage Opening
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Dual Plenary 3.B
System Integration of Variable Renewable Energies: Challenges for Operation, Flexibility, and Storage

10h30 Coffee Break Coffee break
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11h00 Concurrent Sessions Work Presentation
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12h30 Lunch & Poster Sessions Presentation Poster
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14h00 Concurrent Sessions Work Presentation
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15h30 Coffee Break Coffee break
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16h00 Low-carbon Hydrogen: Export Hubs, Powershoring, and Local Demands Opening
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Plenary 4.A
Low-carbon Hydrogen: Export Hubs, Powershoring, and Local Demands

16h00 Market Design and Demand Side Response Lecture
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Plenary 4.B
Market Design and Demand Side Response

17h30 Keynote Speaker Lecture
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08h00 Technical Visits (optional) Technical visit
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Place

PUC-Rio - 22451-900, Rua Marquês de São Vicente, Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro,
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