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EEHH-Newsletter 04/2021
2021 starts with two figures from 2020. Germany managed to achieve its climate protection goal for 2020 of a 40 percent reduction in greenhouse gases in the home stretch, and the proportion of renewable energies was exactly 50% in 2020.
Hydrogen project at the Hamburg-Moorburg site
The companies Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Vattenfall and municipal heat supplier Wärme Hamburg are planning how they can produce hydrogen in the future from wind and solar power together at the Hamburg-Moorburg power plant site and then use it in the surrounding area.
NEW 4.0 Brochure - English version
Four years have passed since the funding program "SINTEG: Showcase Intelligent Energy - Digital Agenda for the Energy Transition" started. NEW 4.0 is one of the five existing showcases. Since it was launched in 2016, successful research work has been carried out and exciting field trials have been conducted by around 60 project partners situated in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein. Being near to the finish line now, most of the results have been gathered. Best time to publish a final brochure to take a closer look at the project’s main features, findings and lessons learned.
RWE granted permission for Kaskasi offshore wind farm
Kaskasi is the first offshore wind farm to be approved by the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) based on the new Wind Energy at Sea Act.
SeaRenergy supports Ailes Marines in a consortium with Atos in constructing the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm and creates jobs in France
Since 1 September 2020, SeaRenergy, in a consortium with Atos, has been working on the foundation and subsequent operation of a Marine Coordination Center (MCC) for the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm in Brittany.
Skowronnek & Bechnak establish Japanese entrepreneurial company in order to better serve the offshore wind market in Japan
Following the opening of our Tokyo office in September 2019 and amid the establishment of trusting relationships with Japanese offshore wind companies, we decided to open a Japanese company to be closer to our clients and financing banks in Japan.
The energy is now assembled in one new cluster organization in Denmark
Denmark is a world leader within renewable energy production, coherent energy systems and energy efficiency.
Innovation Made in Cuxhaven
On the quay in Cuxhaven, countless nacelles made by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy are waiting for the transport ship which will take them to their operation site. Production is in full swing and every year approx. 250 nacelles leave the plant which is considered to be the world’s most modern.
"The digital sector must also contribute to climate protection"
In the following conversation, Wilfried Ritter, Windcloud, appeals to the digital sector’s climate awareness and endorses local solutions in a global network.
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