Check out our new factsheets for Case Studies 5, 6 and 7


What are the S2S4E case studies?

Earlier in the S2S4E project, eight case studies have been selected to provide real-world examples which demonstrate the potential of the forecasts used in the Decision Support Tool (DST). The eight historical case studies have been selected as most relevant by industrial partners, due to unusual climate behaviour affecting the energy market. 

Now Available: S2S4E Midway Status Report

Midway Status Report

S2S4E is a three-year project that started in December 2017. We have reached the midway point of our project and we are reflecting on the work completed so far. 

During this first half of the project, the eight S2S4E work packages (WP) have advanced according to the plan, producing 25 deliverables, many of them building the knowledge and technical base for the creation of the S2S4E Decision Support Tool (DST). The DST was recently launched in Brussels on June 20th, during the European Sustainable Energy Week.

Save the date: S2S4E’S new forecasting tool for the energy industry to be launched on 20 June

Get ready for the DST launch

The H2020-funded project “Subseasonal-to-seasonal Forecasts for Energy” (S2S4E) is proud to announce the official launch of Resilience, its fully functional Decision Support Tool (DST) for the energy market. The event will take place at Norway House, Brussels, on 20 June during the European Union Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW).


“A tool developed by energy experts for energy experts”

A tool developed by energy experts for energy experts

A pilot version of the Decision Support Tool (DST) developed in S2S4E will be launched in June. Mathieu Salel, Innovation strategist at LGI, mainly involved in the WP6 of the S2S4E project, explains why the energy industry needs this new tool.


S2S4E. What is the Decision Support Tool and how can it make the difference?

First public sneak peek of new forecasting tool given at E-World

S2S4E at e-World

A preview of the new forecasting tool for renewable energy production that is being developed by the S2S4E project was shown to attendees of the E-World Energy & Water fair in Essen, Germany from 5-7 February.

This was the first time that a preview of the new decision support tool (DST) – named RESILIENCE – was given in public.

A beta version of the tool will be launched in June, and it will be free to use for the first 18 months.

New S2S4E deliverable submitted!

New deliverable available

Written by Daniele Kielmanowicz and Mathieu Salel, two innovation strategists at LGI, D6.2 had been submitted in November 2018. Titled “Assessment of policies and recommendations”, this report presents the results of the policy mapping, highlights main policy trends and suggests policy recommendations to support the uptake of sub-seasonal to seasonal (S2S) services.

Albert Soret and Ilias Pechlivanidis present the latest in climate services at COP24

S2S4E coordinator Albert Soret at COP24

New climate services can help societies and companies adapt to climate change, representatives of S2S4E said at a side-event during COP24 on 5th December.

BSC researcher and S2S4E project coordinator Albert Soret attended, together with SMHI’s scientific leader Ilias Pechlivanidis,  the last United Nations Climate Change Conference COP24 in Katowice, Poland from 2-14 December 2018.

Come try our new forecasting tool at E-World!

S2S4E at e-World

S2S4E will be at energy and water trade fair E-World in Essen from 5-7 February. Come by our stand to try our new weather forecasting tool for the energy industry!

Here you will be able to try an early trial version of the tool and give us your feedback about what you think about it. You will find us at the Nnergix stand, within the Innoenergy startup hub in exhibition hall 4 (booth number 647).