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17. October 2018

Sector coupling of energy and transport in development cooperation

Project duration: September - November 2018

In the project, the RLI develops a concept for the sector coupling of energy and transport in development cooperation on behalf of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) (German Corporation for International Cooperation).

One of GIZ's objectives is to advise partner countries on transport and energy and to support them in achieving climate and development goals. The transport sector has a special role to play here, as it contributes to climate change through emissions on the one hand, with mobility being one of the basic prerequisites for social and economic development on the other hand. A coupling of the energy and transport sectors should therefore contribute to the development of concepts, methods, and instruments for sustainable mobility worldwide.

For the GIZ, RLI summarizes the current state of research, defines the basic concepts and challenges, and makes concrete recommendations for priority fields of action and, if applicable, measures. One of the main concerns will be to extend the perception of the topic of "sector coupling energy and transport" beyond the mere conversion to e-mobility. Other options include traffic avoidance, shifting to other transport modes, other energy sources, or increasing efficiency and substitution. On the basis of this concept, GIZ will build up its work in the partner countries in the field of sustainable mobility.

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RLI assumes the following tasks in this project:


  • Development of a concept paper "Sector coupling energy and transport in development cooperation”
  • Issuing recommendations for action
  • Hosting an expert discussion in Berlin
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Contact



Philipp Blechinger


Project Manager

Kathrin Goldammer


Managing Director

Oliver Arnhold


Unit Head

Catherina Cader


Researcher

Zakia Soomauroo


PhD candidate

Laura Wienpahl


Researcher

Norman Pieniak


Team Head