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Germany's energy transition – known as the Energiewende - presents a series of synergies and trade-offs across climate, energy, biodiversity and social justice. These and their political drivers are examined in this brief, with a focus on the country’s coal phase-out and on-shore wind phase-in.
Dörrbecker, Nicola M. (2023)
Discussion Paper, 14/2023
How can German development cooperation learn from evaluations that are primarily used to monitor success and are also rarely read? Nicola Dörrbecker analyses such conflicts of interest with a focus on ex-post evaluations (EPE) by the development bank of the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW).