The final version of the conference programme  is now available.

The thematic sessions of the conference on March 14th are:

  • A socio-technical perspective on energy futures - Socio–technical energy scenarios and sustainability assessment
  • Coordinating the Energiewende: regulatory challenges, trade-offs and responses
  • Innovation processes and energy transitions
  • From smart technologies to smart intervention
  • Participation for infrastructural planning
  • Complexity, risk and trust in energy transition

The day ends with a common get-together. Conference language on March 14th is English.

Please note that the following day (March 15th, 2016), specific policy recommendations of ENERGY-TRANS will be presented and discussed with German decision makers. This event (at March 15th) will be conducted in German language only.