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Siemens Energy to build a remote-controlled gas plant in Germany

Siemens Energy will build a new gas-fired power plant which will be controlled digitally and remotely in the German state of Bavaria, requiring only minimal personnel on-site.

Webcast | Germany: The European Climate Tech Start-up Powerhouse

In this webinar, a panel, representing key stakeholders, discuss in detail the German climate tech start-up sector from a policy, technology, educational, business and funding perspective.
Agrivoltaics test plant

Germany publishes new guidelines to develop agrivoltaics

Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE has published a new set of guidelines on agrivoltaics, providing up-to-date information on the technology.

Global pharma lowers emissions with signed wind PPA

Alpiq and aventron have signed a PPA in Italy with global pharmaceutical Chiesi Group to supply emission-free energy from a local wind power plant.

RWE and VW sign one of Germany’s largest renewable PPAs

RWE Supply & Trading, Luxcara and VW have signed what is claimed to be one of the country's largest renewable power purchase agreements.

GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim develop circular wind industry

GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim have signed a MoU to explore circular economy solutions utilising materials from decommissioned wind turbines.

Europe on track for 2.7GW of hydrogen electrolyser capacity by 2025

The total announced project capacity within the European hydrogen electrolyser market would take the green hydrogen sector to 2.7GW by 2025.

Koehler converts CHP plant from coal to biomass

The Koehler Group has announced plans to fully convert its power plant at its Oberkirch/Germany location to a combined heat and power plant using biomass as a fuel.
Lignite mine

Poland opposes EU Court’s decision to shut coal mine

PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna said it cannot agree to closing the Turów lignite mine, as it supplies electricity to 3.7 million of Polish households.

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