Scandinavian countries lead the way in the updated “EWI EV Preparedness Index” published by the Institute of Energy Economics. Germany still has some catching up to do, particularly in terms of charging flexibility.
In cooperation with the EWI, the University of Cologne is offering the EWI Doctoral Fellowship for doctoral students in energy economics for the second time. Interested candidates can apply for the EWI Fellowship until March 31, 2024.
A new EWI Policy Brief discusses the implications for Germany’s hydrogen import strategy. Imports of green hydrogen from the Mediterranean region of the EU offer advantages based on an analysis of risks and costs.
Klimaziele und Marktdesign, Resilienz und Finanzierung der Energiewende – zahlreiche Fachleute diskutierten beim 75. Jubiläum der EWI-Energietagung über wirtschaftliche und rechtliche Grundfragen der Energiewirtschaft.
The latest event in the “EWI Insights” webinar series focused on investment requirements in the context of the energy transition and the electricity price package from a regulatory economics perspective.