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Published on Oct 19, 2016
On 2013, Hamburg voted in a referendum for the full remunicipalisation of the energy grids in the city. The referendum constituted the climax of an intense political controversy that lasted for more than three years and Hamburg received international attention, becoming a flagship example for remarkable civil engagement.
Now, three years after the referendum, we evaluate what has been achieved so far. These interviews with key actors that were and, for the most part, still are involved in the remunicipalisation process shed some light on the process and recent developments.