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Christian Bruch: ‘New German government has a lot of work to do’

Siemens Energy CEO Christian Bruch provides insights into the German elections and the urgent actions required to push forward important climate and energy agendas.
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ENGIE to power Google’s German operations with renewables 24/7

Google has signed a deal with energy firm ENGIE for the provision of renewable energy to power the tech firm's operations in Germany.

Green hydrogen production at sea to be demonstrated

Germany’s H2Mare project is developing technologies for offshore green hydrogen production powered by wind turbines.
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Air Liquide plans 30MW green hydrogen facility in Germany

Air Liquide has announced that it plans to build a 30MW electrolyser for the production of green hydrogen in Oberhausen in Germany.

Energy giants plan first offshore hydrogen park in German North Sea

RWE, Shell, Gasunie and Equinor will collaborate on the AquaSector project, a large-scale German offshore hydrogen park.
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Siemens joins German utility to develop giant Li-Ion battery facility

Siemens Smart Infrastructure and German grid operator Zukunftsenergie Nordostbayern GmbH to develop a 100MW lithium-ion battery storage plant

German flood disaster impacts RWE power plants

Numerous RWE sites have been affected by the severe floods in Germany and work is underway to avert further dangers and limit damage.

RWE decommissions last two hard coal power plants in Germany

RWE has announced that the preparedness phase for its last two hard-coal-fired power stations in Germany has come to an end.
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RWE and German institutions pilot floating solar PV innovation

With limited data available on the effectiveness of floating solar PV, there is a need for further development of floating solar PV designs and systems.

NeXtWind to revitalise 70MW of aging wind assets in Germany

Renewable energy IPP NeXtWind has made three investments in aging wind energy projects in Northern Germany, totalling over $50 million.