Dec 12, 2019

COP25: Federal Minister for the Environment Svenja Schulze on COBENEFITS

© BMU/Sascha Hilgers

In addi­tion to cli­mate pro­tec­tion, there are many oth­er good argu­ments for opt­ing against coal and for renew­able ener­gies: That’s what Sven­ja Schulze, Fed­er­al Min­is­ter for the Envi­ron­ment, Nature Con­ser­va­tion and Nuclear Safe­ty, point­ed out in a press brief­ing on Just Tran­si­tion at COP25 in Madrid on Decem­ber 12, 2019. Sven­ja Schulze and her team, includ­ing Karsten Sach, Direc­tor Inter­na­tion­al and Euro­pean Pol­i­cy at BMU, high­light­ed the remark­able social and eco­nom­ic oppor­tu­ni­ties of decar­boniz­ing the pow­er sec­tor and referred to assess­ment results of the COBENEFITS project in South Africa.

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Dec 11, 2019

Successful trainings in South Africa

Our suc­cess­ful series of face-to-face train­ings on the co-ben­e­fits of renew­able ener­gy in South Africa has come to an end. We’re hap­py to have seen strong inter­est by all par­tic­i­pants and engage­ment by mul­ti­ple impor­tant stake­hold­ers, among them the Depart­ment of Ener­gy, Depart­ment of Envi­ron­ment Mpumalan­ga and the South African Nation­al Ener­gy Devel­op­ment Insti­tute (SANEDI). More…

Jul 30, 2019

Trainings on sustainable power system planning starting soon

Appli­ca­tion dead­line for India and Viet­nam: 04.08.2019

In the frame­work of the COBENEFITS project, RENAC realis­es a num­ber of online and face-to-face train­ings in the part­ner coun­tries. Start­ing in August 2019, the next train­ings will focus on sus­tain­able and inte­grat­ed pow­er sys­tem plan­ning for the respec­tive part­ner coun­tries and will allow par­tic­i­pants to get an in-depth view into co-ben­e­fits analy­sis and method­olo­gies. More…