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Döring, M., Schinke, B., Klawitter, J., Far, S., & Komendantova, N. (2018). Designing a conflict-sensitive and sustainable energy transition in the MENA region: Towards a multi-stakeholder dialogue on energy planning (MENA SELECT Working Paper). Bonn: BICC.

Please find the project page here. Energy transitions are more than just a process of replacing one type of electricity generation technology with another and eventually amending some market frameworks to support this switch economically. Energy transitions run deep in- to the fabric of... more

Döring, M., Far, S., Marrouki, S., & Elgolli, R. (2018). Energy for the Future – Evaluating different electricity-generation technologies against selected performance characteristics and stakeholder preferences: Insights from the case study Tunisia (MENA SELECT Working Paper). Bonn: BICC.

Please find the project page here. Tunisia faces the challenge of meeting its increasing energy demand while at the same time responding to urgent developmental challenges in the midst of socio-political transformations. Achieving societal support for its energy policies is vital to a successful... more

Amroune, S., Blohm, M., Bohm, S., Far, S., & Zelt, O. (2018). Summary of workshop results: Scenario development and multi-criteria analysis for Tunisia’s future electricity system in 2050. Bonn: BICC.

Please find the project page here. Within the framework of the research project MiddleEast North Africa Sustainable Electricity Trajectories (MENASELECT), a two-day workshop was conducted in the Hotel Africa in Tunis, Tunisia on 19 and 20 October 2017. Stakeholder representatives from different... more

Far, S. (2018, May). Renewable Energy: A Key to Enhancing the Societal Dimension of Energy Transition in Morocco (BICC Policy Brief series No. 6/2018). Bonn: BICC.

Morocco’s energy challenges lie at the intersection of the country’s development and climate challenges. In BICC Policy Brief 6\2018 “Renewable Energy: A Key to Enhancing the Societal Dimension of Energy Transition in Morocco” Shahrazad Far gives recommendations for future cooperation. Based on... more

Far, S., & Youngs, R. (2015). Energy Union and EU global Strategy: The undefined link (SIEPS Report series No. 5). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies.

The European Energy Union is a political strategy aimed at ensuring communitarian energy transition, security of supply, a fully integrated European energy market and increased energy efficiency. However, the origin and content of the strategy is simultaneously well rooted in the EU’s external... more