Blog Posts on Energy policy
Everyone is talking about the transformation of the energy system. But what exactly does this transformation involve?
The journey to the world's electricity markets continues: This time Felix Jedamzik and Tobias Romberg from our Business Development team were on the road in Thailand and report on their impressions.
What is the Carbon Bubble? Definition The carbon bubble, also called CO2 bubble, is a theory that has its origin in climate and economic research. The term describes a possible overrating of companies that could only maintain their growth forecasts for the next few years by consuming fossil fuels on a scale that would violate More…
In our blog series "Next Stop" we are taking a closer at various global energy landscapes. This time our stop is in China, where Jan Völpel from our "nnovation & Development team at Next Kraftwerke visited a workshop on demand side flexibility.
Clean Energy Wire interviewed our co-founder and CEO Hendrik Sämisch on milestones for the company and the energy transition.
Our new series of blog posts covers power markets throughout the world. Our next stop is India – Ravi Vaidya is writing his master thesis on Non-European Flexibility Markets at Next Kraftwerke as part of our Innovation & Development team. Together with Jonas Simon, who has just been to India on a business trip, they discuss the Indian energy market.
Our new series of blog posts covers power markets throughout the world. To kick things off, Alexander Krautz and Tobias Romberg discuss their trip to Japan.