International Energy Symposium 2009

"The Wadden Sea Region as an important player in the European energy market?"

was held on 26 November 2009 at Climate House in Bremerhaven, Germany

Final Programme


"Scientific view on status and development of energy production and distribution in the Wadden Sea Region"
  by Dr. Jürgen Gabriel, Bremer Energie Institut

"EU electricity market - renewables and relevant features"
  by Jacques de Jong, Clingendael-International Energy Programme

"Electricity production in the Wadden Sea Region: fossil energy"
  by Frank Albers, GDF SUEZ

"Electricity production in the Wadden Sea Region: Power from the sea"
  by Georg Barton, RWE Innogy

"Electricity production in the Wadden Sea Region: Decentralised energy production at EWE"
 by Dr. Ulli Arndt, EWE AG

"Electric grid on and off-shore: current status, obstacles and new developments"
 by Dr.-Ing. Ervin Spahic, ABB AG

"Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)" 
 by Dr. Hans Werner Rothkopf, Rothkopf-Concept GmbH

"Overview about the RWE CCS-Strategy and the IGCC-CCS Project"
 by Siegfried Vennekate, RWE Dea AG

Statements and Recommendations:

IHK Oldenburg by Dr. Michael Ahrens
WWF Germany by Dr. Hans-Ulrich Rösner
Waddenvereniging by Herman Verheij

The symposium was financially supported by:

EWE AG in Oldenburg
NAM - Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij BV
Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH
Wilhelmshavener Hafenwirtschaftsvereinigung e.V.


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