G20 ministers seek to strengthen renewable energies
Convening in Argentina, ministers from the G20 – a group of both developing and developed countries, including Germany – are discussing fossil fuel extraction, the digitalisation of energy markets, and the transparent handling of data, according to dpa in an article carried by focus.de. Negotiators hope to adopt a joint statement on Friday that can serve as a template for the G20 summit in Buenos Aires at the end of November. Thorsten Herdan, general director of energy policy at the German federal energy and economy ministry, is participating in the discussions.
Find the article in German here.
See the CLEW interview with Argentina’s environment minister Bergman for more information.