8. GJETC Council Meeting & Outreach

- Location: Berlin

GJETC Outreach – Presentation of Final Results of the 2nd Phase & Policy Recommendations for Germany and Japan

 

- OUTREACH CANCELLED BECAUSE OF COVID-19 -

 

20th March 2020, Japanese-German Center Berlin

On Friday 20th March from 10:00-12:00, back-to-back with the 8th Council Meeting of the GJETC (18th/19th March), a public Outreach Event Supporting the German-Japanese Energy Partnership: Key results, lessons learnt and perspectives of the German-Japanese Energy Transition Council will be held at the Japanese-German Center in Berlin-Dahlem.

The final results of the 2nd phase of the GJETC, among others on the topics “hydrogen society” and “digitization & energy transition”, along with the policy recommendations will be presented by the GJETC members followed by a discussion, with participation of BMWi and BMU, about the role of the GJETC as a model for bilateral cooperation as well as the perspectives for the GJETC within the framework of the upcoming German-Japanese Energy Partnership.

Simultaneous translation German/Japanese will be provided.

The participation is free of charge, number of participants is limited (first come, first serve)

You can find the program here

 

8th meeting of the German-Japanese Energy Transition Council (GJETC), 18-19 March 2020 in Berlin

 

- MEETING CANCELLED BECAUSE OF COVID-19 -

 

 
For the 8th and for the time being last meeting of the German-Japanese Energy Exchange Council (GJETC), the Japanese and German council members will meet in mid-March at the Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB). During the two-day meeting, the results of the various working groups and the resulting policy recommendations will be discussed. These will subsequently be published as a final report.
 
The focus of the second phase of the Council's work from 2018-2020 was on the two working groups on the topics "Hydrogen Society" and "Digitalization and the Energy Transition". In addition, four further topics were jointly discussed by members of the Council:
 
  • Energy Efficiency in Building
  • Long-term scenarios and review mechanisms
  • Transportation & Sector-coupling
  • Integration Costs of renewable energy sources
 
The final Council meeting will also discuss the role of the GJETC as a model for bilateral cooperation for the global implementation of energy system transformation and its possible continuation. The final report as well as the individual outputs will be made available free of charge on the project homepage www.gjetc.org in due course.
 

 

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