What’s next for the geopolitics of energy transformation?

March 26th 2019 - 13:39

The reportA New World” by the Global Commission on the Geopolitics of Energy Transformation has kick-started the debate on how the accelerating deployment of renewables will affect and alter the global distribution of political and economic power. In an article for Energy Post, HCSS Strategic Energy Analyst Jan Frederik Braun and Assistant Professor Daniel Scholten review the  findings of the report and build on the list of issues that must be faced.

Read the full article here.

Jan Braun is a Strategic Energy Analyst at HCSS. His research focuses on international energy markets, climate policies as well as the strategic consequences, risks and opportunities for state and non-state actors in the global energy transition. Jan has studied in Maastricht, Durham and Edinburgh and holds degrees in International Relations (MA) and Political Science & Economics (PhD-magna cum laude). He completed his PhD at Osnabrück University on legislative decision-making in EU climate and energy policy in a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research network on institutional cooperation in the European Union.