The Embassy of Switzerland together with the Swiss solar company Meyer Burger and the "Renewable Energy Management" program of the University of St. Gallen has the pleasure to invite to a round table discussion in Berlin.
The focus will be on solar energy and supply chains , with a special emphasis on the industrial policy component and the comeback of photovoltaic production in Europe.
Renewable energies and their expansion have continued to gain massive importance in recent months. Not only sharply rising electricity prices, but also the effects of global warming and the war in Ukraine are causing a change in awareness. Fast and at the same time sustainable solutions in terms of energy security and climate neutrality are in demand. We want to talk about this in a specialist panel at lunchtime.
|Date:||Friday, September 2nd, 2022, 11:15 a.m.– 1:30 p.m.|
|Place:||Residency of the Swiss Embassy, Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee 4, 10557 Berlin (entrance Altbau)|
|Facilitation:||Dr. Melinda Crane|
|Expert panel:||Stefan Wenzel, MdB – Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection |
Dr. Gerd Lippold – State Secretary for Energy, Climate Protection, Environment and Agriculture, Saxon State Ministry for Energy, Climate Protection, Environment and Agriculture
Walburga Hemetsberger – CEO, Solar Power Europe
Dr. Gunter Erfurt – CEO, Meyer Burger
Prof. Dr. Rolf Wüstenhagen – Professor for Management of Renewable Energies, University of St.Gallen
The event will be held in German language. Simultaneous translation into English is available upon request.
Registration no later than August 25, 2022 at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited, registrations will be considered according to the date of receipt. A registration confirmation will be sent approximately one week before the event.
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