Projects

H2020 SENTINEL project: a new energy modeling system that integrates the criteria of the transition to renewables

February 15, 2019

The project proposal Sustainable Energy Transitions Laboratory (SENTINEL) with a major role for the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at CEU through Prof. Diana Urge-Vorsatz has been approved under the H2020 program of the EU.

Coordinated by ETH Zurich, according to the proposal SENTINEL promises to develop a fundamentally new energy modeling system that integrates the criteria of the transition to a renewables-based energy system from the ground up. 

New project on political feasibility of decarbonisation

December 20, 2018

ENGAGE (Exploring National and Global Actions to reduce Greenhouse gas Emissions) project has just been awarded a major H2020 grant from the European Commission.

The project aims to develop a new generation of global climate-energy scenarios which avoid temperature overshoots and negative emissions and are selected for socio-political feasibility.

CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy is leading research on defining and evaluating political feasibility of climate-energy scenarios at the national and international level.

Experiential Learning through Internships

A project on Experiential Learning was successfully completed at Syslab within the Environmental Practicum course. The project, called “Experiential Learning through Internships and (guided) Reflection”, was supported by the CEU Teaching Development Grant. Its goal was to introduce a more structured reflection scheme and refinement of the Practicum course as a whole.

CEU and ISEPEI Project Showcased at Eye on Earth Summit in Abu Dhabi

At the recent Eye on Earth Summit (October 6-8 in Abu Dhabi), the ISEPEI Project, directed by CEU’s Viktor Lagutov was showcased in several sessions. Project Director Viktor Lagutov and Project Manager Emily Nilson were at the Summit representing ISEPEI, a project that came about as a result of the inaugural Eye on Earth Summit in 2011, where it was selected among several other notable project proposals for funding.