Germany is an industrialised country with a strong production and export sector in the heart of Europe. However, German industry is dependent to varying degrees on imports of energy sources, raw materials and semi-finished products. Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine is having many consequences - from the break-up and rebuilding of previous supply chains to possible and already implemented sanctions by the EU against Russia as well as reductions in supply volumes up to a supply boycott by Russia, which are having an impact on German industry. This paper shows how operators of industrial plants, licensing authorities and the federal legislator can meet the challenges of maintaining production while reducing energy and raw material consumption. This also supports industry on its transformation pathway towards decarbonisation.
Climate | EnergyEconomy | ConsumptionWater
Staying on course in a crisis - accelerating progress forward towards industrial decarbonisation!
Impacts of the Ukraine war on industry
Texte | 101/2022
Gregor Barth, Maja Bernicke, Christopher Blum, Knut Ehlers, Traute Fiedler, Fabian Jäger-Gildemeister, Kristina Juhrich, Andreas Kahrl, Regina Kohlmeyer, Jan Kosmol, Franziska Krüger, Sandra Leuthold, Michael Marty, Matthias Menger, Lars Mönch, Sebastian Plickert, Christopher Proske, Bettina Rechenberg, Almut Reichart, Diana Thalheim, Julia Vogel
German Environment Agency
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