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EEHH Newsletter - May 2018
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Best regards from the Renewable Energy Hamburg head office
Astrid Dose
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A visit to the European Green Capital 2019 Oslo
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Danfoss opens office in Hamburg's Hafencity
On 18 April 2018, Danfoss opened its new office in the Columbus-Haus building in Hamburg's Hafencity area. The 1,600 square metre premises can accommodate up to 120 employees. 75 colleagues from all four company segments are already working in the new location ...
"SunOysters" from Northern Germany
With his concentrating solar technology “SunOyster,”Dr Carsten Corinoand his team already caused a minor sensation last year: In spring 2017, the startup based in Halstenbek (small town close to Hamburg) was chosen as one of just two German companies from ...
Offshore wind of tomorrow - Market integration by next generation technology
“We don’t need new innovations, we have to use the ones that already exist,” said wind energy pioneerHenrik Stiesdalin his concluding keynote at the ...
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