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EEHH-Newsletter 01/2021
Even in this current year, which has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, we still expect to see the development of important innovations for the energy transformation.
Forward-looking ideas for a successful energy transition
Modular hydrogen generation and distribution, artificial neural networks for monitoring offshore farms, transforming the Hamburg heating network – for abundance of ideas and courage, the winners of this year's ninth German Renewables Award score highly.
After the coronavirus shutdown: energy companies in Hamburg demand considerably stronger political commitment to renewables
In July, the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster Agency carried out a survey of its approx. 200 member companies – including energy providers, research institutes and manufacturers headquartered in Hamburg and the metropolitan region – on "market recovery with the aid of renewable energies after the coronavirus pandemic".
Hamburg real-world laboratory for the thermal energy transition launches project
Two thirds of the energy required by German households is needed for heat supply, i.e. for heating and hot water. Unfortunately, for the most part this energy still comes from fossil sources such as coal.
Innovation power through transnational cooperation
After four years of European cooperation on energy and sustainability in the "Northern Connections" project, the "final conference" is both a conclusion and a new starting signal at the same time.
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