Danielle Devogelaer is an expert on energy and transport issues, focusing on long-term energy and emissions projections. Her main research interests are long-term energy projections and climate policy. Within the energy field, her principal research accomplishments are within the analysis of black-outs, the analysis of long-term energy projections with the PRIMES model and their regionalization, and the scrutiny of the symbiosis between climate and energy issues. In this context, she has drawn up policy-relevant reports, the most recent the “Towards 100% renewable energy in Belgium by 2050” commissioned by the four Belgian Energy Ministers. Others include the Gemix2 final report (commissioned by Secretary of State M. Wathelet), the Gemix final report (2009) for federal Energy Minister P. Magnette, the Commission on Energy 2030 report (2006) commissioned by federal Energy Minister M. Verwilghen, and the post Kyoto study (2006) for federal Minister for the Environment B. Tobback. Danielle is also a member of the organizing committee of the Benelux Association for Energy Economics (BAEE).
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