RWE, Commerzbank Serve Smaller Companies with Offshore Wind PPAs and Fund

Another RWE project, the Arkona wind farm near the island of Rügen RWE and Commerzbank are creating a Green Mittelstand Fund to give medium-sized industrial companies in Germany access to green electricity generated by offshore wind plants. The two companies … Read More

Scotland, Germany launch green hydrogen partnership

Germany’s largest state Bavaria and Scotland have decided to strengthen ties in the field of green hydrogen and explore the potentials of its transportation. On 13 June, Hubert Aiwanger, Bavaria’s Economics and Energy Minister, and Ivan McKee, Scottish Minister for … Read More

Dutch player secures permit to develop North Sea gas field with wind-powered platform

Dutch privately-owned exploration and production company ONE-Dyas has been granted a final permit for the development of the N05-A gas field located in the North Sea. The project’s platform will run entirely on wind energy. As informed by ONE-Dyas on … Read More

German Chancellor: “LNG remains the central bridge to climate-neutral future”

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains the central bridge to Germany’s climate-neutral future if the country may have to resort to coal in the short term, Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of Germany, pointed out during his speech at the BDEW Congress in … Read More

United States, Germany Sign Climate and Energy Partnership

Germany’s Federal Economics and Climate Action Minister, Robert Habeck, and Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Annalena Baerbock, have signed a joint declaration on a climate and energy partnership between the United States and Germany with the U.S. President’s Special Envoy … Read More

Germany striving to develop gas field with Senegal amid supply uncertainties

Germany plans to work with Senegal on the development of an offshore gas field amid the severe impact the war in Ukraine is having on global energy supply and prices. Credit: Federal Government/Kugler The update came as the German Chancellor … Read More

Four European Countries Commit to Increase Offshore Wind to 150 GW by 2050

The heads of state from Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark have signed a joint declaration to make the North Sea a green powerhouse for Europe. Together, the four countries will increase at least tenfold the capacity of offshore wind … Read More

Report: Brunsbüttel FLNG terminal to start ops in 2023

Brunsbüttel floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) terminal is to begin operating at the start of 2023 in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, as reported by Die Welt. Courtesy of German LNG Terminal Schleswig-Holstein prime minister Daniel Günther wants to make … Read More

Germany to spend billions on floating LNG terminals

Germany’s government has allocated about €2.5 billion ($2.7 billion) for four floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals around the country. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to continue Become … Read More

In Move to Expand Green Energy Power, Germany Sets 30 GW Offshore Wind Goal

By Sandro Halank, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, CC BY-SA 4.0 Germany’s government has released its plan for increasing renewable energy resources in the country in order to diminish Germany’s reliance on Russian fossil fuels, reports Christian Kraemer and Joseph … Read More