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EEHH Newsletter - November 2018
Editorial
Looking back on 2018: it has been a remarkable year for the development of wind energy. On the one hand, we have seen the decrease of cost of onshore and offshore which makes it even more competitive ...
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Senator Westhagemann dedicates storage control power plant at Curslack wind farm
The northern Germany energy transition has achieved another milestone: At his first official appearance on November 9, Hamburg's new Senator for Economics, Transport and Innovation, Michael Westhagemann, until recently ...
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Outstanding technical and journalistic work on energy transition recognised during WindEnergy Hamburg 2018
Rapid and efficient laying of power cabling, intelligent use of industrial waste heat, reduced performance losses and enhanced reactive power control in wind farms, a vivid TV report on the dismantling of a nuclear power plant – all impressive ...
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Renewable Energy Hamburg presents latest IPCC report
Is global warming of “only” 1.5 degrees still possible? The current IPCC report, published this October, poses this ...
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Hamburg Offshore Wind Conference 2019 to prepare for Ambitious Renewables Road Map
Hamburg Offshore Wind Conference (HOW) 2019 to take place from 2nd – 3rd April at the Empire Riverside Hotel Hamburg ...
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Renewable Energy Hamburg at the Global Wind Summit 2018
More than 1,400 exhibitors and around 30,000 visitors – the leading international trade fair WindEnergy Hamburg 2018 is one of the most central industry events for the onshore and ...
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