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EEHH Newsletter - October 2017
Editorial
As soon as the federal parliamentary elections are over, the market is flooded with expert reports, position reports and demands – just in time for the upcoming coalition talks. At the same time, one thing becomes clear: Germany will miss its target of cutting CO2 emissions ...
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R20 and Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster to develop ...
The "R20 - Regions of Climate Action Foundation" (R20), the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster signed a letter of intent to cooperate on wind farm projects in emerging countries. The R20 Foundation, established by former Governor ...
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"Results of onshore tenders a climate policy catastrophe ..."
"The current onshore tender model undermines the original idea of citizens’ energy," said Dr Stefan Geiger from GSK Stockmann + Kollegen at the expert debate during Husum Wind 2017. Along with Dr Geiger, the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster invited ...
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Dong Energy becomes Ørsted
Ten years ago, DONG Energy began its transition from a company dependent on fossil fuels into one that focuses on green energy. Since then, the company reduced its coal consumption by 73% and decided to stop using coal completely by the year 2023. Over ...
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Green Power Electronics
How can we minimise the risks of direct current systems for users? How can systems be made more efficient? Scientists from the Baltic States, Germany and Scandinavia looked into these questions and others at the EU-INTERREG project meeting on the campus ...
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The global wind energy summit
Wind energy has made a breakthrough – both on the energy market and in terms of technological development and geographical distribution. The European success story has become a global success story. Over 70 non-European countries have focused on wind energy ...
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