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Dr. Stephanie Fiedler establishes energy meteorological research at the EWI

February 17, 2020 | The university junior professor will work as "Chief Energy Meteorologist" at EWI. As such, she will deepen and further develop the climate- and weather-related aspects of the EWI's research.
EWI study: review of electricity market design necessary to ensure security of supply

EWI study: review of electricity market design necessary to ensure security of supply

February 11, 2020 | The decline in conventional generation poses challenges for the electricity market. EWI examines these challenges and presents various mechanisms to address them.
EWI workshop shows: There is still a lot of research needed on the way to a carbon-neutral hydrogen economy

EWI workshop shows: There is still a lot of research needed on the way to a carbon-neutral hydrogen economy

February 3, 2020 | Carbon-neutral hydrogen is likely to play an essential role in a decarbonised energy system. However, there is still a lot of research to be done on costs and regulatory requirements.
IEA report shows: Global coal demand expected to remain stable in the near future

IEA report shows: Global coal demand expected to remain stable in the near future

January 24, 2020 | Coal will thus remain the largest source of electricity in the world. This is the conclusion of the IEA report "Coal 2019", in which two EWI researchers were involved.
EWI analysis: Germany will probably miss the 65 percent target

EWI analysis: Germany will probably miss the 65 percent target

January 6, 2020 | Renewable energies should cover 65 percent of electricity consumption by 2030. This is the plan of the German government. However, an EWI team has calculated that the share of renewables could only be around 46 percent.
Cologne Energy Salon: Energy suppliers between digitalisation, energy transition and core business

Cologne Energy Salon: Energy suppliers between digitalisation, energy transition and core business

December 19, 2019 | At the 1st Cologne Energy Salon, representatives of energy suppliers and scientists discussed digitisation, the energy transition - and what they mean for the core business of energy suppliers - in an exclusive round.

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