Sustainable Energy in the G20

Individual contributions

Röhrkasten, S., Thielges, S., Quitzow, R. (2016): Introduction and Main Insights from the Study. p. 8-11.
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Röhrkasten, S., Westphal, K. (2016): The G20 and its Role in Global Energy Governance. p. 12-18.
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Jimeno, M. (2016): Argentina: From an Energy Stalemate Towards Shale Gas Expansion and Creating a Renewables Market. p. 19-25.
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Röhrkasten, S. (2016): Brazil: Long Tradition of Renewables-Based Energy Supply and Ethanol Diplomacy. p. 26-31.
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Quitzow, R. (2016): China: Emerging Global Power in Clean Energy? p. 32-38.
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Westphal, K. (2016): The EU: In the Midst of Crisis – Downgraded Sustainable Energy Ambitions. p. 39-44.
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Mathieu, C. (2016): France: Reducing Nuclear Dominance and Promoting a Low-Carbon Energy System. p. 45-50.
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Röhrkasten, S., Steinbacher, K. (2016): Germany: Promoting an Energiewende Domestically and Globally. p. 51-56.
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Joshi, M., Khosla, R. (2016): India: Meeting Energy Needs for Development While Addressing Climate Change. p. 57-63.
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Marquardt, J. (2016): Indonesia: A Long Way to Low-Carbon Development. p. 64-69.
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Hughes, L. (2016): Japan: Dominated by Fukushima and Tackling Hard Problems in Decarbonisation.  p. 70-75.
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Gusev, A. (2016): Russia: A Gas Superpower Striving for Nuclear Expansion and Starting to Support Renewables. p. 76-82.
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Sons, S. (2016): Saudi Arabia: Oil as a Burden in the Struggle for Energy Diversification. 83-89.
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Maupin, A. (2016): South Africa: Carbon-Intensive Economy and a Regional Renewable Energy Frontrunner. p. 90-96.
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Richert, J. (2016): Turkey: Great Potential, Missing Will. p. 97-102.
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Steinbacher, K. (2016): The United States: Domestic Transitions and International Leadership Towards Low-Carbon Energy. p. 103-108.
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