The Zeitgeist in energy economy and energy policy is currently defined by the balancing act between reliable market conditions and necessary regulatory framework setting. We believe in the possibility to integrate policy design into an efficient market design while following the principles of regulatory policy.
Sustainable policy design is defined by environmental responsibility, security of supply and economic efficiency. We take this triad as a general orientation for the balancing approach we aspire in problem solving.
The currently vague definition of the regulatory framework leads to uncertainty about the development of fundamental market elements. This uncertainty limits the field of action of energy economic stakeholders. Our concern is to render political processes and market expectations tangible through a joint process of recognition and to open up new perspectives. In our opinion the present process of transformation depends on economic actions in order to realize innovative solutions at low cost.