Workshop: Enabling Policies for Co-Benefits of Renewables in Times of Crisis

The work­shop is open for every­one. No reg­is­tra­tion needed.

There is lots of evi­dence on co-ben­e­fits of ambi­tious renew­able ener­gy poli­cies. But which poli­cies ensure that social and eco­nom­ic oppor­tu­ni­ties are real­ized for the local population? 

Pol­i­cy experts and researchers from around the world con­tributed to a com­pi­la­tion of pol­i­cy mea­sures that sup­port the reap­ing of co-ben­e­fits when imple­ment­ing renew­able ener­gy poli­cies. In this work­shop, we will launch the result­ing COBENEFITS report ‘Max­i­miz­ing co-ben­e­fits of the ener­gy tran­si­tion: Enabling poli­cies in coun­tries world­wide’.

The event is host­ed by COBENEFITS togeth­er with the Ger­man Ener­gy Agency (dena). We will dis­cuss the role of co-ben­e­fits and enabling poli­cies as dri­vers for the glob­al ener­gy tran­si­tion and look at cur­rent lever­age points and chal­lenges in times of ener­gy cri­sis – togeth­er with our experts Tibor Fis­ch­er and Phi­line Wedell (dena), Sarah Kovac and Franziska Sper­feld (UfU), and Sebas­t­ian Hel­gen­berg­er (IASS).

The work­shop “Cre­at­ing an enabling envi­ron­ment for renew­able ener­gy deploy­ment in times of ener­gy cri­sis” takes place on Sep­tem­ber 20, 2022, 3 PM CEST, via Zoom. No reg­is­tra­tion need­ed. Please use the link below to join the workshop:

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