Author Archives: Christine Sturm

Inside the Energiewende: Policy and Complexity in the German Utility Industry


This article is in The Energy Transition, Winter 2017


Germany has made enormous investments in renewable energy. So why isn’t it on target to meet its ambitious greenhouse gas emissions goals? When the first German law to incentivize renewable energy (RE) came into effect in 1991, even its most ardent supporters could not have imagined that 25 years later RE would provide Germany with […]