Publications

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Exhibition on Germany’s Energy Transition

The German Foreign office is currently displaying an Exhibition on Germany’s Energy Transition around the world. In Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong CUHK, is hosting this event on its campus at Shatin. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Event Reports | November 16, 2016

Energy storage systems ESSJ Japan 2016

Overcoming the bottleneck of a global “Energiewende”

The global increase of renewable energy production went beyond all expectations in recent years. Thus, production is no longer the most burning issue in the debate on the “great transformation”, but storage, distribution and “smart use”. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Event Reports | November 8, 2016

Emerging Issues in Global Climate Governance after Paris

Perspectives from Asia and Europe

Despite the great achievements of the Paris Climate change conference COP21 much more decisive steps must be taken by the global community in order to keep global warming below 2 degree. KAS RECAP and Tongji University Shanghai invited 30 international experts to Hong Kong to jointly elaborate new cross-cutting concepts for Europe and Asia. more…

Johannes Vogel | Event Reports | October 28, 2016

Options for a Sustainable Energy Future in Cambodia

Capacity Building Workshop for Cambodian Policy Makers

Many developing countries like Cambodia face the task of developing a comprehensive and stable energy system. But they also bear responsibility towards climate change mitigation. Therefore, politics and society have to find new answers to the question of how to combine development and the higher energy demand with sustainability. more…

Johannes Vogel | Event Reports | September 27, 2016

Climate Change and Energy Security in South East Asia

Mediaworkshop for Cambodian Journalists

Climate change and energy security are two of the most burning issues we face today. Media professionals share a great responsibility to raise awareness and change behavior. To deepen their knowledge on energy security and climate change as well as their skills in investigative techniques, young students of journalism and professional journalists came together in Sihanoukville/Cambodia. Guided by experienced journalists from Germany the participants developed concrete projects, which will conducted in the field in the coming weeks. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Event Reports | September 25, 2016