GJETC Outreach

Energy Transition in Germany & Japan: Consensus and Controversies – Insights into the work of the German-Japanese Energy Council in Berlin

  • Events 16.02.2018

Following the fourth council meeting of the German-Japanese Energy Transition Council (GJETC) from 14 to 15 February 2018, results of the studies and initial recommendations from the jointly adopted report will be introduced in the Paul-Löbe-Haus in Berlin. The event is addressed to a wide public from scientists to students and representatives of ministries and various non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Furthermore, German co-chair of the GJETC and Senior Advisor at the Wuppertal Institute, Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke and Masakazu Toyoda, Japanese co-chair of the GJETC and chairman and CEO of the Institute of Energy Economics in Japan (IEEJ), present the most important results along the GJETC's study programme. A subsequent panel discussion will take place with co-chair Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke and further members of the council Prof. Dr. Miranda Schreurs, Hochschule für Politik München (Munich) and Prof. Dr. Koji Nomura (Keio University, Tokio) under the heading "The Energy Transition in Germany and Japan – Lessons Learnt from a fruitful Dialogue". Dr. Stefan Thomas, Director of the Division Energy, Transport and Climate Policy at the Wuppertal Institute, will also join the event as council member of the GJETC. Journalist Dagmar Dehmer will moderate the event.

Registration is possible until 9 February 2018 under the following link.