• EU sustainable heat project to launch in Hamburg

    HAW Hamburg taking part in EU project - natural gas blended with hydrogen to reduce emissions
  • Renewable energies sector calls for greater climate protection

    Survey of sector comes in wake of corona pandemic
  • Europa 2 cruise ship certified for use of onshore power

    Hapag-Lloyd's cruise ship Europa 2 can avail of the onshore power plant operated by the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) at the Cruise Centre Altona and get emission-free power on-board, a press release said Tuesday (June 23, 2020). The service provider DNV GL certified the ship for regular use of...

  • Nearly EUR 5 million for energy transition research at HAW Hamburg

    HAW Hamburg’s Competence Center for Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency (CC4E) Is to receive EUR 4.9 million for four-year research from 2021 through the X-Energy initiative. The FH-Impuls programme launched by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will enter the intense phase...

  • Future of renewable energy sector is digital

    Digitalisation crucial for renewable energy sector - hydrogen gains importance
  • Hamburg holds huge potential as centre of hydrogen

    The energy transition and and climate change cannot be achieved without hydrogen technology, according to Michael Westhagemann, Senator for Economics, Monday (January 13, 2020), during a round table discussion with experts in the HSBA on Monday (13 January). He stressed: “We must combine the energy...

  • Hamburg and Cuxhaven push ahead with wind and hydrogen

    Hamburg and Cuxhaven are to work even closer on renewable energies after Michael Westhagemann, Senator for Economics, and the Mayor of Cuxhaven, Uwe Santjer, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday (February 17, 2020). The understanding foresees opening a branch of the Hamburg Renewable...