oktober 2011

Antal besökare

  • 37Besökare idag:
  • 80Besökare igår:
  • 603Besökare förra veckan:
  • 2286Besökare per månad:

Arkiv över inlägg

  • How Energy Transition Models Go Wrong 18 juni, 2021
    I have written many posts relating to the fact that we live in a finite world. At some point, our ability to extract resources becomes constrained. At the same time, population keeps increasing. The usual outcome when population is too high for resources is "overshoot and collapse." But this is not a topic that the […]
  • February Non-OPEC Oil Production Sinks 19 juni, 2021
    A post by Ovi at peakoilbarrel. Below are a number of oil (C + C ) production charts for Non-OPEC countries created from data provided by the EIAʼs International Energy Statistics and updated to February 2021. Information from other sources such as OPEC, the STEO and country specific sites such as Russia, Norway and China is used […]
  • The orbiting solar power fantasy 22 juni, 2021
    Preface. This 2020 article “Solar Power Beamed Down To Earth From Space Moves Forward” will leave you all warm, fuzzy, and unworried about the future. The Scientists Will Come Up With Something.  But that’s because you know little to nothing … Continue reading →

NOG seminarium om Tysk energipolitik

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Nätverket Olja och Gas, NOG kommer att ha ett seminarium om Tysk energi politik och hur denna har påverkats av den allvarliga kärnkraftolyckan i Japan den 11 mars. Seminariet kommer att hållas på engelska. Här kanske det skulle vara intressant och fråga om Bundeswher’s rapport om Peak Oil.

German energy policy –
Consequences nationally and for Europe.

In the wake of the Japanese earthquake and following tsunami that destroyed several nuclear facilities in Fukushima on March 11, 2011, Germany ended a long debate on the role of nuclear power in the country by deciding on the decommissioning of all nuclear power plants by 2022.
Before the preliminary shutdown of seven of the nuclear power plants in March 2011, Germany got 24 percent of its electricity from nuclear power. The government, with prime minister Angela Merkel, stated that Germany ”[does not] only want to renounce nuclear energy by 2022, we also want to reduce our CO2 emissions by 40 percent and double our share of renewable energies, from about 17 percent today to then 35 percent”.
The German political agreement to decommission nuclear power is fuelling a lively debate on the consequences, both nationally and for Europe. Some claim that this decision will give Germany a head start in the development of renewables, where they are already strong. Environmentalists therefore want Sweden to follow the German example. Others argue that the decision will lead Germany into prolonged dependence on fossil fuels hindering the process of fighting climate change. This would also lead to increased reliance on imported natural gas, particularly from Russia. The NOG seminar will discuss the different possible outcomes of the rapid change in German energy policy and the impact on industry, consumers and the environment, in Germany as well as in neighboring European countries.


Catrin DraschilHead of Strategic Analysis Unit, Vattenfall

Patrick Schneckenburger; Head of Strategy and Analysis, E.On Nordic

Dr. Felix Christian Matthes; Researcher Coordinator Energy- and Climate policy, Öko Institut e.V.

The seminar will be moderated by Kristina Haraldsson, Manager Energy Systems Analysis, ÅF.

Plats: ÅF Huvudkontor Frösundaleden 2A, Solna

Datum och tid: Torsdag den 3 November 2011; kl 13:00 – 16:30

Seminariet är fritt men en anmälan krävs senast den 30 oktober till e-post:  anmalan@nog.se

facebook twitter Google Buzz MySpace delicious
1 tunna2 tunnor3 tunnor4 tunnor5 tunnor (No Ratings Yet)

1 comment to NOG seminarium om Tysk energipolitik

  • Verkar intressant, tycker det är en utmärkt idé och ett tillfälle att ta upp Bundeswehr-rapporten om Peak Oil och förhoppningsvis få igång en fruktsam diskussion. Rapporten borde ju utgöra en hörnsten i alla diskussioner kring tysk och europeisk energipolitik. Medverkande bör se till att printa ut ett par kopior av Bundeswehr-rapporten (den eng versionen o några på tyska) och ta med-jag har slutat att förvånas hur få som faktiskt läst den!). Tyvärr deltar jag i ASPO- konferensen i Washington detta datum men vet flera andra som kan vara intresserade.

MediaCreeper Creeper Follow Vi har placerat ASPO Sverige i Stockholmbloggkartan.se!