Japanese translation of "Energiewende verstehen: Handlungsstrategien, Akteure, Regulierung" (エネルギーシフトを理解する:行動戦略、関係者、調整)

Germany’s ‘Energy Shift’ aims at achieving the country’s goals on climate protection. The two key pillars of the policy are renewable energy production and consumption efficiency. The public discourse tends to overlook the policy’s complexity. To broaden understanding, this study presents key policy options, actors and the legal context of the ‘Energy Shift’.

Mit der Energiewende sollen die klima- und energiepolitischen Ziele erreicht werden, insbesondere eine weitgehende Reduktion der Treibhausgasemissionen in den Energie- und Produktionsstrukturen bis 2050. Zentrale Säulen der Energiewende sind die Umstellung der Stromerzeugung auf Erneuerbare Energien (EE) und die Steigerung der Effizienz beim Energieverbrauch. Dementsprechend komplex sind die technischen, wirtschaftlichen und politischen Herausforderungen. Die öffentliche Debatte zur Umsetzung der Energiewende ist auf die Stromerzeugung verengt. Zudem liegen die Kompetenzen bei unterschiedlichen Akteuren. Diese Studie stellt eine Übersicht der Handlungsfelder zur Umsetzung der Energiewende dar. Sie systematisiert die möglichen Gestaltungsoptionen, benennt Akteure, ordnet ihnen Kompetenzen zu und führt die entsprechenden Rechtsnormen auf.

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