Anna Leidreiter's Blog Posts

- December 02, 2014

E.ON follows people`s movement

Germany’s largest utility company announced its break up yesterday: In order to focus wholly on renewable energy, E.ON is spinning off its fossil fuel power plants into a separate company....

- April 09, 2014

German Renewable Energy Act Reform is not a “Feed-in Tariff 2.0”

Yesterday, the German cabinet approved the Renewable Energy Act Reform. The reform, referred to by some as the Feed-in Tariff 2.0 (FiT 2.0), was necessary: In the past few years, Feed-in...

- June 27, 2013

Can President Obama really claim a leadership role in the energy transition?

With his climate change speech on Tuesday, President Obama wrote history. He wrote history because he highlighted what most people on this planet already knew: climate change is real!...

- February 21, 2013

A good start to the new year: renewables account for 100% of new electric capacity in US

The US has done it again. Last month, 100% of new electric generating capacity in the US was renewable, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The bulk of that...

- February 15, 2013

Denmark puts the brakes on heating costs with new legislation

This really should have been front page news around the world – or, at the very least, across Europe. Bloggers, including Cornelia Daniel on ecoquent-positions  and Andreas Kühl on...

- January 25, 2013

Renewable Energy: Our Fundamental Choice Today

The future of renewable energies is a fundamental choice, not a foregone conclusion of technological and economic trends. This is one of the key messages of the Global Futures Report...

Anna Leidreiter

Anna Leidreiter

Anna Leidreiter works as Policy Officer Climate and Energy at the World Future Council. In her position she coordinates the policy research and advocacy campaigns in the WFC Climate Energy team. In her main capacity Anna works on enabling...

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