The Architecture of Energy Transition

The demand for rene­wable energy is incre­a­sing in all of Europe. In Germany, energy tran­si­tion policy has become a lea­ding con­cept. In the light of this policy, rene­wable energy, energy effi­ci­ency and issues of sus­tainable deve­lop­ment become more and more import­ant. We want to debate the poli­ti­cal dimen­si­ons of energy tran­si­tion. Is it pos­si­ble to abolish nuclear, coal, and other non-renewable energy sour­ces in a way which is soci­ally accep­ta­ble? Which sort of Industrial Policy is nee­ded for a suc­cess­ful Structural Transformation?

  • Eberhard Brandes, WWF Germany,
  • Harald Frick, Group Works Councillor Conergy Germany,
  • Claudia Kemfert, DIW,
  • Johannes Remmel, Environment Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia,
  • Nils Schnorrenberger, Member of the Managing Board of Wind Energy Agency e.V.,
  • Detlef Wetzel,Vicepresident of IG Metall

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