German energy perspectives. Between natural gas and growth
The presentation will dwell on the current energy supply scenario in Germany, as well as the historical and political challenges related to that situation. It will also tackle how the country is adopting sustainable sources of energy, such as renewables, and how it is dealing with the issue of nuclear energy as well. Lastly, the present energy cooperation bonds between Germany and Argentina, and between the European Union and Mercosur, will be explored too.
Maximilian Luz Reinhardt oversees economy and sustainability affairs at the Liberal Institute of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. Among his topics of expertise are energy supply, environmental protection policies, and environmental protection measures to be developed through innovation and technology.
Mr. Reinhardt is an economist specialized in environmental and energy economics. Before joining the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, he worked for a German carmaker company and for an international consultancy firm.
Responsible for the activities of the Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Argentina and Paraguay. He studied the humanities in Berlin, Paris, Leipzig and Tübingen and obtained his PhD in Philosophy in 2008 at the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago. Executive Director, UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center. Rector of the CEMA University. Member of the National Academy of Education. Member of the Mont Pelerin Society, of the Academic Council of the Libertad y Progreso Foundation, of the Atlas Foundation and of the Advisory Council of the Acton Foundation.