Meeting in Berlin with the spokesperson on Energy policy the Green in German Parliament

The photo on the left shows one of the meetings that took place in the German parliamentary building
(Deutscher Bundestag) at Platz der Repulik 1, Berlin, Germany on 18th May 2010.
In this photo are: Hans-Josef Fell, member of the German Bundestag and spokesperson on renewable energy and green energy policy for the German parliament, and Wecass Director Forster Onyekachukwu Edward, during a meeting.

Hans –Josef Fell is a very important figure in renewable energy issues - not only in the German parliament but also worldwide. Hans -Josef Fell is also a very important contact individual for Wecass and its partners on issues concerning renewable energy. Hans and Wecass Director Forster Edward have met on several occasions in meetings at the German parliamentary building here in Berlin, to discuss how and why it is important to support Africa through renewable energy programmes.

On his tour to the USA in May this year, Hans released the new document on renewable energy financing entitled:
Corporate Finance and Climate Protection (a Beneficial Alliance)
The Pdf of this document is available on Please click on the ‘download’ button for the Pdf.

Hans -Josef Fell has achieved a great deal in the field of renewable energy; his knowledge of German Bundestag puts him ahead of others in the field.


Hans-Josef Fell, member of the German Bundestag, is the individual behind the Renewal energy law (EEG) (Erneuerbare Energien Gesetz) Thanks to the EEG, 280,000 new jobs in renewable energy branches have been created in Germany and worldwide attention to German renewable energy technology development has been attracted. Germany is the European leader in renewable energy and thus plays a very important role in the world today.

Hans-Josef Fell’ campaigning for research funding in the German parliament from 1999 to 2005 resulted in German parliamentary support for research on, among others, photovoltaic energy, solarthermic energy, geothermic energy, electricity generation, bio energy, battery research for electric motors, and Bionics. He was behind the German parliament’s funding of education and research from 1998 to 2005.

  • 1994: Solar Prize for European solar energy: EUROSOLAR
  • 2000: Energy Global Award
  • 2000: Solar Prize from the German Solar Energy Association DGS (Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sonnenenergie)
  • 2001: Nuclear-Free Future Award, for the international Anti-Atom movement.
  • 2002: Solar Industry Prize from the German Solar Industries.
  • 2002: The first German Geothermic Prize: “Der Hartsteinbohrer”
  • 2003: German Biogas Prize Medal – Dr Heinz Schulz Gedenkmedaille
  • 2006: Bonda Award from the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA)

Wecass, the German-African Climate Change Integration Technology Institute Berlin, together with our partners, are grateful to Hans-Josef Fell for all his efforts towards making Africa, Germany and the world safer place.