Energy Policy Dialogue 2015

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Once a year Open Grid Europe organises the dialogue event "Energiepolitischer Dialog" ("Energy Policy Dialogue") at its site in Essen. The aim is to make a contribution to the current energy policy debate and to strengthen the dialogue between politics and business. Our compilation gives you a few insights into the event and the dialogue.

On the podium this year were:

  • Garrelt Duin, Economics Minister of North Rhine Westphalia
  • Dr. Oliver Geden, German Institute for Intentional and Security Affairs, Head of EU/Europe Research Group
  • Stephan Kamphues, Chairman of the Board of Management of Open Grid Europe
  • Roger Kohlmann, Member of the General Executive Management Board of the German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW)
  • Andreas Mihm, FAZ, Economics Correspondent (Moderator)


[November 2015]

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  • Energy Policy Dialogue 2016

    Once a year Open Grid Europe hosts the "Energy Policy Dialogue" at its head office in Essen. The aim is to make a contribution to the energy policy debate and promote dialogue between politics and business. Our video compilation provides an insight into the third Energy Policy Dialogue under the theme "Make-or-break decision time for the energy transition – what will the elections in North Rhine-Westphalia and the national elections bring?", which was held on 26 October 2016.

  • At the core of gas transmission

    Who is Open Grid Europe? What is necessary to ensure safe gas transportation? How large is our network and who controls it? What is a compressor and how does it function? Our film "At the Core of Gas Transmission" gives you a clear idea of our business.

  • Be smart, build smart - I

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  • Be smart, build smart - II

    The energy transition has consequences for all market players and as a result costs have been rising.