This month, both Germany and Norway are electing new parliaments for their respective countries. Norway elected a new red-green government on September 13, and after sixteen years with Angela Merkel Germany is also going to see a change in leadership in a few weeks. What does this mean for German and Norwegian energy policy and what are the implications in the European context?
Deutsch-Norwegische Handelskammer, Thema Consulting, Kruse Lahrsen
webinar with Thema
Consulting and Kruse
Larsen about the energy transition and energy policy after the elections.
The webinar will contain two presentations and a Q&A at the end where all
participants can ask their questions.
Thema Consulting about the German election and the European context
On September 26, the cards will be reshuffled in German politics. We have analyzed the election programs of all parties with regard to the energy and climate policy aspects and evaluate which effects the respective coalition constellations can have on the energy markets in Germany, Europe and Scandinavia.
Kruse Larsen - Splendid isolation or renewed cooperation? Norwegian energy policy after the election
The new governmental parties are divided with regard to energy cooperation between Norway and Europe. What can we expect from the new red-green government which right now is negotiating the governmental plattform? Oil, gas, hydropower, wind power, hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and new interconnections between Norway and UK/continental Europa are most likely part of the negotiations.
Arndt von Schemde, partner and lead of model development and the quantitative analysis team at Thema Consulting.
Robert Seguin, senior consultant at Thema Consulting.
Marcus Ferdinand, manager at Thema Consulting.
Anne Therese Gullberg, (PhD) partner and senior adviser at Kruse Larsen, with responsibility for energy, climate and sustainability.
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