Michele Ferrari

Michele Ferrari studied international relations at Sciences Po in Paris, France, with a focus on sustainable development and international cooperation. He joined the IASS in October 2012 to work on communications for the Earth, Energy and Environment Cluster, and has a strong interest in the political, social and economic aspects of the energy transition.

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The Energiewende in 2014

With 2014 now firmly behind us, it is a good time to take stock of what last year meant for the Energiewende and identify the key issues that will shape 2015. Was 2014 a good year for Germany’s ambitious energy transition strategy? What positive results did it bring and what were the more worrying ones?...
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Fuel from Green Power and CO2: The New Power-to-Liquid Plant in Dresden

The German Minister for Education and Research Professor Johanna Wanka spoke recently at the inauguration of a power-to-liquid plant in Dresden: “This method reduces CO2 emissions and thus makes us less dependent on crude oil. In this way, we can protect our climate, save resources, and at the same time promote a technology that promises...
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