Rising energy prices => falling energy costs?

Climate protection, rising energy costs and who has to pay for the costs of the exit from fossil-fuel energy - these issues are being hotly debated. Nobel Prize winner in economics 2018, Paul Romer, recently formulated to the point: "One problem today is that people think protecting the environment will be so costly and so hard that they want to ignore the problem and pretend it doesn't exist". In his work he shwoed the opposite is true: price-driven, resource-conserving innovations are the most efficient way to a groundbreaking combination of economic growth and environmental protection. Rising (energy) prices can thus easily lead to falling (energy) costs!

Based on this conviction, deZem is pleased to support this year's conference "Dialogue: Climate Protection and Market Economy" on 21 November 2018, organised by FÖS (Forum for Ecological-Social Market Economy) as main sponsor. Please joint us for a lively discussion! Free tickets are still available from deZem and the programme can be found here.

[Translate to Englisch:] FÖS Veranstaltung mit deZem GmbH: Klimaschutz und Marktwirtschaft im Dialog

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