E.ON Points of View
The Energy Turnaround – A Challenge for the German Economy and for E.ON
Werner Wenning pleads for a general revision of the energy turnaround, as there is an obvious risk not only for E.ON but for Germany as an international base for industry.
Shaping the energy turnaround with renewables? Absolutely, but please as part of a quartet.
For Mike Winkel lies the future of electricity generation in intelligent interaction of a finely tuned quartet comprising renewable energies, flexible conventional power stations, decentralized generation, and energy storage facilities.
How does Exploration & Production secure Europe’s long-term natural gas supply?
Jørgen Kildahl is convinced that E.ON‘s exploration business serves to create future value and growth for the company.
Highly efficient gas-fired power stations are indispensable for climate protection
To Johannes Teyssen, there is no doubt that conventional generation in Europe, though carrying less weight in E.ON’s overall portfolio and embedded in a new market design, still has a future.
Market foreclosure instead of market integration?
Klaus-Dieter Maubach views the envisaged phase shifters at cross-border points between Germany and Poland as another sign of a lack of European cooperation on energy market integration
The energy turnaround must benefit climate protection
Jørgen Kildahl admonishes that the energy turnaround can only serve as a model for other countries, if it is consequently committed to sustainability.