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New Approaches in European Energy Foresight

  • Wolfram Jörβ
  • Timon Wehnert
Part of the Zukunft und Forschung book series (ZUFORSCH)

In the field of energy it is beyond dispute that long-term strategic planning is a strict necessity. Consequently scenario planning is a well established tool employed in the energy sector. The “grandfathers of scenario planning”, Shell, have been active in this field for 40 years.

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  • Wolfram Jörβ
  • Timon Wehnert

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