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Webinar: introducing a major new version of LEAP

SEI is thrilled to announce the release of a major new version of SEI’s Low Emissions Analysis Platform (LEAP), a tool which supports energy policymaking in more than 190 countries worldwide, which will make this software more relevant and accessible than ever.

Join us for one of two webinars occurring 11 and 17 July to learn about the new features and how they can support your work.

SEI

11 to 17 July 2024
Online only

LEAP supports governments, researchers, energy utilities and more all over the world in integrated energy planning. It has become a critical tool for many countries in developing greenhouse gas mitigation assessments, low emission development strategies and intended nationally determined contributions on climate change under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Now, LEAP will offer a variety of new features to allow more policy-relevant analysis and become more accessible to users seeking to address emerging concerns in the energy planning world.

More than two years in the making, this new version of LEAP is a major advance for the world’s most popular energy, climate and air pollution planning platform with new analytical capabilities, including full energy system optimization, designed to help create and communicate more credible and ambitious plans. LEAP is now upgraded to make it easier to use and more accessible to a broader audience. It also incorporates new methodologies that can help planners examine energy affordability and environmental justice concerns.

SEI’s LEAP team will host two demonstrations of the new features to accommodate different time zones. Each session will last 90 minutes, followed by a Q&A session with the experts. Register now for one of the following free webinars, which will take place on Microsoft Teams:

Speakers

Silvia Ulloa

Scientist

SEI US

Women in red shirt smiling in portrait
Charlotte Wagner

Scientist

SEI US

Charles Heaps

Senior Scientist

SEI US

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