News - Cluster Renewable Energy Hamburg

News - Cluster Renewable Energy Hamburg

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2017 is almost finished. It was certainly an eventful year for renewable energies. On the positive side, we saw prices significantly decreasing again for wind …

Presentation of the German Renewables Award 2017 in four categories. The award-winners of the German Renewables Award 2017 proved their inventive spirit with …

Germany is regarded as the pioneer of the energy transition, but other countries are not far behind, including Argentina. There, political and geographic …

Offshore wind of tomorrow - Market integration by next generation technology. Market integration through new offshore technologies is in focus at the 15th Hamburg …

The first official workshop of NEW 4.0. The Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster invites you to an event on 25 January 2018 in the name of the “North German …

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 …

Foundation established by Arnold Schwarzenegger active worldwide. The “R20 - Regions of Climate Action Foundation” (R20), the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg …

Renewable Energy Hamburg members object to the current tender model at Husum Wind. “The current onshore tender model undermines the original idea of citizens’ …

an energy company on its way to a green future. Ten years ago, DONG Energy began its transition from a company dependent on fossil fuels into one that focuses on …

Are semi-conductor technology innovations relevant for the energy transition?. How can we minimise the risks of direct current systems for users? How can systems …

WindEnergy Hamburg and WindEurope Conference 2018 to be held simultaneously at the Hamburg Messe venue. Wind energy has made a breakthrough – both on the energy …

The results of the first call for tenders for wind energy on land caused a stir, and not a little anxiety, in the industry. Far above 90 percent of the accepted …