micromobility expo 2019,
02 - 04 May
Economically cost-efficient strategies for achieving Germany's climate goals
In the context of Germany’s ambitious climate targets, the BCG study "Climate Paths for Germany" describes economically cost-efficient strategies for curbing national GHG emissions by 80 to 95 percent between 1990 and 2050. The study is the result of a 9-month project, which involved over 200 experts from 68 associations and companies from the entire German industry. In this talk, one of the study's lead authors will summarize its key results and address questions such as how Germany can successfully achieve its climate goals, what the costs and economic effects of such ambitious climate protection would be, how a zero- emission, integrated energy system would work, what the biggest myths of climate protection are, and where opportunities and risks will arise for German industry.
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Sales Manager, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH
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Head of Department, Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie (BDI) e. V.
Spokesman for Energy Policy, Managing Director, VDMA / VDMA Power Systems
Vice President Energy Consulting, Siemens AG