- RWE explains pupils political communication from the perspective of a major utility
- Continued cooperation with the Catholic Academy “The Wolfsburg” the diocese of Essen
Many policy decisions in the Berlin operation, such as laws and regulations, the Group’s business in many cases also concern immediately. Position papers, statements and also through personal interviews with members and representatives of ministries RWE brings her expertise in just a highly complex issues in the policy-making process. This is evident for example in expert hearings in committees of the Bundestag.
To this end, representatives of the company are explicitly invited. ‘s future voters, of whom 22 September for the first time allowed to participate in a federal election a few, were well prepared and informed in the discussion. It was, among other things, the question of how far the influence of companies may go to individual MPs and the legislative process. Questions about energy policy and specifically to the energy turnaround in Germany were at the focus.
It was clear that the transformation of the energy infrastructure in Germany came with a strongly increasing contribution of renewable energy sources like wind and solar wide support from the students. . The cost of the energy transition and thus caused consumer exposure were discussed Sebastian Ackermann, Head of Communications at RWE Germany, emphasized the importance of meetings like Berlin forth: “For a company like RWE, which is in the public spotlight in many cases, is it is important to be with all social groups in conversation and stay. Young people here have a special meaning, because they represent the future of the country. It helps us to long-term cooperation with the Diocese of Essen and his academy.
Both sides benefit from today and especially the students. ” RWE AG, based in Essen, Germany is responsible for the activities of the German RWE Group in the areas of power, distribution and energy efficiency and leads the German regional companies. The company has legally independent subsidiaries for distribution, the distribution operation, meter management and distribution of technical services. Other subsidiaries are responsible for the activities related to energy efficiency, including electric vehicles and for gas storage. She is involved in around 70 regional and municipal utilities, and employs approximately 20,000 people. Enquiries: Eva Wagneр Head of External Communications T 12-23822 0201 M 0173 25 30179 E email@example.com