Join the talk on energy transition

14 January 2020 | Energy

If you are a journalist and have always wanted to report on the global energy transition, now is your chance!
The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) Media Fellowship gives journalists from all over the world an opportunity to enjoy a week of cutting-edge policy discussions, site visits and networking with energy sector players in Berlin.
The BETD on the Global Energiewende taking place on 24 and 25 March, has become a leading international forum on green energy transformation. Every year, high-level participants from politics, industry, science and civil society gather in Berlin for two days to discuss the shift to a sustainable energy system.
In this diverse international conference, scientific expertise meets with practical know-how, policymakers encounter civil society organisations, and young and experienced generations enrich each other by working hand in hand to accelerate the energy transition. Discussions will focus on a Global Green Deal including, geopolitics, green finance, market designs for renewables, carbon pricing and multilateral cooperation and action.
If this sounds like something you have been dreaming about, don’t wait! Applications close on 2 February. Travel costs, including board and lodging are also covered. Applications can be filled in online at http://fellows.energydialogue.berlin/

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