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Energy Students Discuss Energy Policy

April 30th, 2014

“Fracking, energy transition and the coalition agreement of the 09.01.2014 kept Dipl.-ing. Oskar Burkert, Member of Parliament in North Rhine-Westphalia, before students of the program of industrial engineering energy in the third semester is a guest lecture on the topic of corporate social responsibility in the energy supply”. After a short review of six ten-year work for renowned companies in the oil industry, such as Westphalia, Aral and Barbour the structure of federal power showed BP and his work on the Supervisory Board of the Stadtwerke Hamm. He addressed Brown coal”the buzzwords used currently in the media such as Renaissance of the climate threat, showed the import independence of indigenous energy sources and highlighted the impact of the energy transition, especially in the financial field for the citizens, but also for the industrial location Germany. Barbour pointed out that all discussions and decisions in the energy sector in the magic triangle of ecology, economy and social Move action.

On the subject of fracking”and the energy transition” most questions tabled by the students in the discussion. Burkert has pointed out the decisions of the very fresh coalition agreement and explained the background. Prof. Dr. Joachim Opitz, the Rector of the SRH School of logistics and management Hamm is delighted by the intense dialogue between students and politics: “my generation energy transformation started. Our students will live the energy transition and its consequences. Therefore the students must meet not only the technology, but as future industrial engineers and management for the energy industry also financially can comprehend the basics of social decisions, holistic and sustainable manner assess and yourself learn to derive the then right decisions”.

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