Craig Morris is Senior Fellow at the IASS and lead author of EnergyTransition.de. He has served as editor of IRENA’s REmap report and Greenpeace’s Energy (R)evolution in addition to translating two major German books on renewables into English. He also contributed to the 2015 edition of REN21’s Global Status Report. In 2008, he cofounded Berlin’s PV Magazine; in 2010, Renewables International. His writings at all these projects have made him known as one of the few native English speakers steeped in the history of Germany’s energy sector. From 2002-2008, he primarily published articles about renewable energy and policies in German at Heise, Germany’s premier IT publisher. In 2014, he won the International Association of Energy Economists’ prize for energy journalism.
Arne Jungjohann is an energy analyst and political scientist. He advises foundations, think tanks, and civil society in communication and strategy building for climate and energy policy. Previously, he worked for Minister President Winfried Kretschmann of Baden-Württemberg, the Heinrich Böll Stiftung in Washington DC, in the German Bundestag, and in the family owned business. As its editor he launched the most influential English Twitter account on the German Energiewende (@EnergiewendeGER), which he ran until June 2016. He is a member of the Green Academy, a network with leading thinkers from science, politics and civil society which is facilitated by the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung. Arne is the founder of the local chapter of the German Green Party in Washington DC and lives in Stuttgart in the state of Baden-Württemberg, the country’s economic powerhouse. He studied at Philipps University Marburg and at the Free University of Berlin.