Dr. Gerd Rosenkranz

Author/ Senior Associate Key Issues (until March 2017)

Gerd  Rosenkranz
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Dr. Gerd Rosenkranz joined Agora in 2014, after heading the department of politics and public relations at the Berlin-based environmental NGO, Deutsche Umwelthilfe (German Environmental Aid), since 2004. Previously, he worked for more than 20 years as a journalist for national daily and weekly newspapers. From 1999 until 2004, he covered environment and energy policy as a staff correspondent for the news magazine Der Spiegel, having written for the Berlin daily taz since 1988. Dr. Rosenkranz holds a doctorate in materials science and graduate diploma in metallurgical engineering. He was a scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Materials Science in Stuttgart from 1975 to 1981 and earned a graduate communications and journalism degree from the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim.

Die @IEA geht davon aus, dass die THG #Emissionen 2021 wieder kräftig ansteigen könnten. Aktuelle Prognosen belaufen sich auf ganze 1,5 Gigatonnen CO2. 👇 twitter.com/fbirol/status/…

This policy package should come in the form of a #CleanIndustryPackage and be integrated into the EU Commission’s #Fitfor55 package. EU industry is ready, but needs the regulatory framework to kickstart the transition. /11 pic.twitter.com/5LgKbz79gX

For that policy instruments along the entire value chain are needed: Upstream they need to address #infrastructure & clean #H2 supply; midstream they need to cover the add. costs (e.g. CCfD) & protect from #carbonleakage; downstream they need to establish green lead markets. /10 pic.twitter.com/C8BiLO3lBC

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