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The Divergent Paths of Renewable Energy in Germany and the United States – An Institutional and Cultural Explanation

The Divergent Paths of Renewable Energy in Germany and the United States – An Institutional and Cultural Explanation

TimeLoc
2 September 2010
Washington, DC
United States

Why has Germany become a world leader in developing and installing renewable energy, while the United States was a laggard until recently? For the past few years, Christoph Stefes of the University of Colorado Denver and Ecologic Institute Berlin as well as Frank Laird of the University of Denver have conducted research to answer this question. They have recently presented the results of this research, which received generous funding from the National Science Foundation, at an event of Ecologic Institute Washington, DC.

The summary of their lecture can be found here.

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Speaker
Frank Laird
Organizer
Ecologic Institute US (EIUS), United States
Date
2 September 2010
Location
Washington, DC, United States
Keywords
Renewable energy, Germany