This year’s Venice Biennale is focused on building in the face of climate catastrophe and social and economic inequalities. But this time the focus is not so much on building itself, but on the social conditions and consequences of building.
A hydrogen cooperation between Tunisia and Austria has been announced to promote the production and use of hydrogen as a renewable energy source. The cooperation will also include the exchange of know-how and technology between the two countries.
“It must be a real cooperation – also for the benefit of Africa,” said Hannes Swoboda on Jan. 30, 2023, at our event “European Partnerships for Green Hydrogen with Africa” in the Reiter Hall of the OeKB in Vienna.
The new World Energy Outlook of the International Energy Agency (IEA) emphasizes that the current global energy crisis is one of fossil energy and not of renewables. See also the follow-up to the event on 19.12.2022.
We asked our two keynote speakers, Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Nebojsa Nakicenovic and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, to give an outlook with respect to the upcoming event “Energy transition for all” – How much energy for a net zero economy? on 15. June 2022.