12.10.2016

Energy Transition 2.0 – Things are getting serious now

GASWINNER has a new web presence

Kassel. At the World Climate Conference in Paris, it was Germany in particular that called for more climate protection. Now it is evident that the self-proclaimed forerunner can hardly reduce its own CO2 emissions. We look into why that is in the new GASWINNER.

You can also read what task sector coupling plays in climate protection. After all, the electricity, heat, transportation and industry sector are to grow together so as to become more climate-friendly. Other markets and infrastructure also have to be connected.

Yet climate change not only preoccupies energy policy – the European Central Bank is also worried about its ability to influence the stability of financial markets. In this issue, you can read about the new speculation bubble – termed the carbon bubble –, what is behind the divestment movement, and how the world of energy and finance interact.

From the editorial team: The magazine now has its own online presence at www.gaswinner.de.

Your contact

Königstor 20
34117 Kassel
Phone: +49 (0) 561 99858-0
E-mail: presse[at]wingas.de

Your contact

Königstor 20
34117 Kassel
Phone: +49 (0) 561 99858-0
E-mail: presse[at]wingas.de