How can the energy transition succeed? Which technologies do we need for a carbon-free future? What progress is being made on international climate targets? Is China taking the lead in e-mobility? Can the constant flashing of wind turbine beacons be avoided? And how does the European Emissions Trading System actually work?
The magazine new energy, which celebrates its 20th anniversary next year, has the answers – for decision-makers, researchers, industry representatives or anyone with an interest in political, economic or technical aspects of the energy transition.
Climate action – a key issue for the future
Five times a year, our team provides thorough and balanced reporting on current trends, explores political and economic issues and examines the latest technological developments. Experts from ministers to battery researchers explain their take on things in interviews. Comprehensive country reports analyse developments all over the globe, while portraits and background reports offer in-depth coverage of the most exciting and urgent aspects of the energy transition. In short: thought-provoking magazine journalism on one of the most important topics of our time.
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