This survey collects information on perspectives and understanding of the German and international energy transition. The survey is completely anonymous; no personal data is collected. The results will be published anonymously in the following months.
The survey will also be available online at: https://www.dena.de/berlin-energy-week-2022/

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* 1. Did you participate in the BETD 2022?

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* 3. How is the German Energiewende generally perceived in your country?

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* 4. What resources do you use to get information on the German Energiewende? (multiple selections possible)

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* 5. What kind of information are you looking for? (multiple selections possible)

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* 6. In your opinion, what is the German Energiewende about? (multiple selections possible)

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* 7. Do you think the German Energiewende has a positive or negative effect on the following aspects?

  positive   neutral negative
Security of supply
Achieving climate targets
Job creation
Economic prosperity
Innovation and R&D

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* 8. Do you think the German Energiewende is on track?

  yes no I don't know
Increase in share of renewable energies
Reduction in primary energy consumption
Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

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* 9. Do you think the German Energiewende is integrated well into the European framework?

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* 10. In your opinion, what are the key drivers for the German Energiewende so far? (multiple selections possible)

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* 11. What are the future challenges for the German Energiewende? (multiple selections possible)

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* 12. Has your country developed its own energy transition strategy?

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* 13. If yes, please identify fields of action. (multiple selections possible)

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* 14. Which sectors are mainly addressed? (multiple selections possible)

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* 15. In your opinion, can your country use German policies as a model for its own energy strategy?

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* 16. If fully or partially, policies in which sector(s) can your country use for its own energy strategy? (multiple selections possible)

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* 17. In order for your country to set up and implement an energy transition strategy, what are currently the main challenges? (multiple selections possible)

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* 18. Regarding the challenges you identified above: How urgent are they (from 1 to 5)? (1: very urgent, 5: currently not urgent)

  1 (very urgent) 2 (urgent) 3 (somewhat urgent) 4 (rather not urgent) 5 (currently not urgent)
Policy/legal
Financially
Energy prices/economic feasibility
Infrastructure
Social acceptance
Technical know-how

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* 19. Is the energy transition in your country seen as a positive economic driver?

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* 20. In what fields do you think can your country benefit from an exchange with Germany? (multiple selections possible)

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* 21. Where can information on the energy transition in your country be accessed? (multiple selections possible)

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