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The German Energy Transition in a European Context

The German Energy Transition in a European Context

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The European Union needs a common vision for its energy future

On 19 June 2013, Ecologic Institute hosted a Riverside Chat on the implications of Germany's "Energiewende" in a European context. The moderated discussion featured Dr. Christian Hey, General Secretary of the German Advisory Council on the Environment (SRU). Susanne Langsdorf of Ecologic Institute moderated the discussion, which took place during a visitors program for 20 decision makers and journalists from Europe, G20, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Arab countries. The event was sponsored by the German Federal Foreign Office.

The Riverside Chat provided a forum to discuss the effects of the German energy transition with its opportunities and challenges in a European context, highlighting the consequences of German decision making on neighbouring countries.

In addition to the core group, the Riverside Chat brought together distinguished participants from Berlin in the fields of policy-making, research, academia, civil society and business.


Funding
Organizer
Speaker
DirProf. Dr. Christian Hey (Secretary General, Sachverständigenrat für Umweltfragen)
Date
19 June 2013
Location
Berlin, Germany
Language
English
Number of Participants
30
Project ID
2253
Keywords
Energy Transition, Renewable Energy, Energy Policy, Federal Foreign Office, nuclear, solar, wind energy, moderated discussion, visitors program, dinner discussion, Germany, Berlin