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Simulation game: Students simulate climate protection negotiations

June 22, 2021 | At the 13th edition of the CEMS Model UNFCCC simulation game, students simulate international climate politics as they would at the United Nations.
MAGPIE project: EWI researches smarter, greener ports

MAGPIE project: EWI researches smarter, greener ports

June 2, 2021 | An international consortium of 45 companies, research institutes and port operators is investigating how ports can become more sustainable, greener and smarter in the MAGPIE research project.
Hydrogen market ramp-up: energy suppliers take on a central role

Hydrogen market ramp-up: energy suppliers take on a central role

April 30, 2021 | Energy suppliers are already positioning themselves as key players in the production of green hydrogen. A new EWI policy brief also highlights challenges in coordinating demand.
EWI analysis: RES share could be as low as 55 percent in 2030

EWI analysis: RES share could be as low as 55 percent in 2030

April 16, 2021 | Renewable energies are planned to cover a total of 65 percent of Germany’s gross electricity consumption in 2030. Germany is unlikely to reach this target, shows an analysis by the Institute of Energy Economics (EWI).
Expert Council on Climate Issues reviews first estimate of 2020 emissions data

Expert Council on Climate Issues reviews first estimate of 2020 emissions data

April 15, 2021 | The Expert Council on Climate Issues has reviewed and assessed the Federal Environment Agency’s estimate of Germany’s 2020 emissions data. EWI Director Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge is part of the five-member panel.
Local electricity markets bring supply and demand together locally

Local electricity markets bring supply and demand together locally

March 30, 2021 | The electricity system in Germany is undergoing structural change. Decentralized energy systems gain in importance. The Institute of Energy Economics (EWI) analyses the benefits of local electricity markets.

Energy insights: EWI (virtually) teaches students from all over the world

March 24, 2021 | EWI researchers inform students about coal exit, the role of synthetic fuels and the integrated energy transition in Germany.
Hydrogen in Europe: Different Countries, Different approaches

Hydrogen in Europe: Different Countries, Different approaches

March 22, 2021 | The economic and political approaches to a hydrogen market ramp-up vary widely in Europe. EWI and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) compared six countries.
Tightening of EU climate target: premature end for coal?

Tightening of EU climate target: premature end for coal?

March 17, 2021 | The EU is tightening its climate target for 2030, which could increase CO2 prices in European emissions trading and accelerate the German coal phase-out in a market-driven way, an EWI analysis shows.

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61
€ / t CO2 equ.
possible price in the EU ETS in 2030 if the EU tightens its climate target 2030 as planned

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