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EEHH-Newsletter 01/2021
The federal German government has finally presented its hydrogen strategy. And that's good news, because hydrogen will surely play a major role in the next stages of energy transformation.
Research and development for successful energy transformation
Modular hydrogen generation and distribution networks, tidal power plants and artificial neural networks for monitoring offshore farms – there were virtually no limits to the imagination of the candidates for this year's ninth German Renewables Award.
Open dialogue for a new "normal"
In the following interview Oliver Wohllebe, Siemens Gamesa Covid 19 task force leader, reports how he took over this responsible task and how the wind turbine manufacturer is learning to deal with the new "normal".
ArcelorMittal is planning a research project with HAW Hamburg
Thinking about tomorrow today. A principle that can be applied to many areas of life. At ArcelorMittal, looking to the future means getting to grips with innovation, planning investments and estimating operating costs – all with the idea of successfully implementing energy transformation.
The Northern Connections Final Conference goes digital
Green innovation is more important than ever. CO2 emissions are still not falling enough. Cities and regions therefore have an enormous responsibility to create conditions for companies and innovators that facilitate green innovation and sustainable solutions.
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