News - Cluster Renewable Energy Hamburg

News - Cluster Renewable Energy Hamburg

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For the fourteenth time, the Crystal Cabin Awards have been presented in Hamburg. The winners of the internationally respected prize for cabin innovations and …

A Novel Approach to Generating Energy from Waves. The pursuit of electricity from ocean waves has been an area of technology development for decades. However, …

Interview with Christoph Mertens, Sumitomo Corporation. In the following interview, Christoph Mertens of the Sumitomo Corporation discusses promising …

Decarbonising the road transport sector is key to stop global warming. In Germany, governmental support for electric vehicles has been growing steadily over the …

The hydrogen import terminal in Kobe. Close exchange between Kobe and Hamburg on technologies for importing and transporting hydrogen  

The established Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster (EEHH) is being expanded to include hydrogen. The creation of a Hamburg hydrogen cluster will give …

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 …

Four partners sign letter of intent on 100 MW electrolysis. The companies Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Vattenfall and municipal heat supplier Wärme …

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 …

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.

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) …

Following the opening of our Tokyo office in September 2019 and amid the establishment of trusting relationships with Japanese offshore wind companies, we …