Energiewirtschaftliches Institut an der Universität zu Köln gGmbH

BECOME A PARTNER

EWI conduct scientific research on themes relevant to the energy industry by using cutting-edge methods and models. These help to reveal courses of action and create transparency in the political and social debate on complex energy issues.

Our goal is to use the partnership program to maintain a regular exchange of information, facilitating the integration of current practical challenges and trends facing the day-to-day energy business world with the academic-based research performed here at ewi.

KNOWLEDGE PARTNER

50.000,- € annual fee

Every year, we offer our partners:

  • You will obtain everything we offer in our partnership programme – ewi Energy Debate, ewi Policy Round Table and ewi Research Seminar for Partners – in both our Research Areas, Energy Economics as well as Energy Business.

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TOPIC PARTNER

15.000,- € annual fee (per Area)

Every year, we offer our partners:

  • You will obtain everything we offer in our partnership programme – ewi Energy Debate, ewi Policy Round Table and ewi Research Seminar for Partners – in one of our Research Areas, either Energy Economics or Energy Business.

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Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge
Managing Director of EWI
Prof. Dr. Wolf Ketter
Director, Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne
NETWORK STUDY
  • ewi conducts a study addressing a specific issue
  • The issue is determined together with our partners
WORKSHOPS
  • 3 seminars over the course of one year
  • Planning, presentation and discussion of the annual network study
  • Insight on the current ewi research related to the topic
FURTHER FEATURES
  • ewi Energy Debates: Extended round-table discussion
  • Continuous exchange about current issues

On the board of trustee, high-level knowledge partner of ewi meet to provide content-related input and act as multipliers for the institute. The board of trustee is advising the executive board of the society of benefactors in all matters of the society, primarily acquisition and use of funds and physical resources. Furthermore, the board of trustee is responsible for electing ewi’s advisory board.