Energiewirtschaftliches Institut an der Universität zu Köln gGmbH

CONCEPT

WHERE PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH CONVERGE

Our ewi Research Areas are the core of our partnership program. As part of the ewi Research Areas, our partners can participate intensively in our research in the field of energy economics. Our scientists search for solutions for current challenges of the energy industry by using cutting-edge methods and models. The goal of the ewi Research Areas is to profit from each other's opinions and ideas, enabling a mutual flow of information between research and practice. The ewi Research Areas therefore help us create new knowledge on increasingly complex energy markets. It's a partnership that generates knowledge!

WE PROVIDE OUR PARTNERS WITH:

  • Access to independent studies
  • The application and development of cutting-edge methods
  • Quantification of market trends
  • Newly identified drivers in the energy markets

OUR PARTNERS CAN PROVIDE FEEDBACK

  • Identify relevant issues
  • Current developments on the market
  • Discover new trends within the energy business
  • Maintain a continuous integration into our research areas

BECOME A PARTNER AND PROFIT FROM THE CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION INTO OUR RESEARCH AREAS

As with any close partnership, we would like to maintain a regular exchange of information and offer an extensive annual program: In each ewi Research Area, we offer an ewi Research Seminar where our researchers discuss topics from our scientific work with you. Exclusively for you, we organize an ewi Policy Round Table with high-ranked guests. Beyond that, we organize public ewi Energy Debates on recent topics.

ewi Energy Debates
  • One ewi Energy Debate per Research Area
  • The issue is determined together with our partners
  • Venue: Cologne, Berlin or Brussels

ewi Policy Round Tables
  • One Round Table per Research Area
  • Partner will be involved in the topic finding
  • Held under Chatham House Rules

ewi Research Seminars for Partners
  • One half-day Research Seminar per Research Area
  • We discuss our research with the partner, who can choose between several issues