Mr Jürgen Ludwig opened the 12th edition of the Brașov Energy Day conference by outlining the ambitious objectives of the European Green Deal.
Mr Ludwig is a consultant in REPOM’s work and is aware of the changes taking place at both national and European level in the field of renewable energy, in particular with the solutions initiated and implemented by Germany in this approach to the 2030/2050 targets.
In Panel II of the conference, discussions focused on the capacity of local energy networks and how they can be stabilized, while reducing infrastructure costs. Mr Lehberg had a remote speech during Mr Ludwig presentation, underlining the main solutions found for Germany, specifically in Sandebeck, focusing on climate education on one side – extremly important for change and adaptation and on the other, adaptation of unused local spaces for the installation of the necessary technologies and the production of renewable energy.
Several topics addressed in the presentations of the speakers can be found in the Conference History section.