Corporations are demanding faster pace towards a hydrogen economy

Green Hydrogen Production Plant in Puertollano, Spain Industry needs green hydrogen to be able to produce in a climate-neutral way. (Photo: Bloomberg) Berlin A group of German corporations, together with the Australian hydrogen pioneer Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), are campaigning for a much faster development of the hydrogen value chain. The group, which describes itself … Read more

Federal Minister of Economy Robert Habeck recognizes WAVELABS as a cooperation project of ZIM …

June 23, 2012 – 1:04 pm WAVELABS Berlin (ots) The Federal Minister of Economy and Climate Protection, Robert Habeck, awarded the Leipzig-based company as part of the Central Innovation Program for SMEs (ZIM). Founder of WAVELABS, Dr. Torsten Brammer receives from Dr. Franziska Brantner, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate … Read more

Economics: ROUND: Price for more wind turbines

BERLIN The population has to pay a price for it. Economy and Climate Protection Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) said Wednesday in Berlin that he did not want to conceal that a greater expansion of wind power would also mean an “imposition” on many people and certain regions. Legislative plans would create resistance, fears and concerns. … Read more

Researchers and start-ups are looking for new ways

Cologne Nothing but helping to achieve a breakthrough for green hydrogen – Ulrike Beyer starts with that goal. This is to be done with the help of a new reference factory, for which the engineer with a PhD is responsible at the Institute of Machine Tools and Molding Technologies. Fraunhofer IWU in Chemnitz. “This is … Read more

Siemens Energy wants to eliminate 30 percent of management positions

Munich, Madrid With the consistent restructuring of Siemens Gamesa’s wind energy subsidiary, leaner structures and greater transparency, Siemens Energy Group wants to regain investor confidence. “We want to become faster, more flexible and more customer-oriented,” said CEO Christian Bruch on Tuesday. In particular, Siemens Energy plans to cut 30 percent of previous management positions. In … Read more

A new structure to make Siemens Energy faster and more flexible

MUNICH According to the director, the energy transformation and the expected strong increase in investment in industry create very good conditions for the company. “We are in an excellent market position to take advantage of this,” emphasized Bruch. The price reacted to the news with a moderate plus. The announcement of the new structure comes … Read more

Siemens Energy wants to eliminate 30 percent of management positions

Munich, Madrid With the consistent restructuring of Siemens Gamesa’s wind energy subsidiary, leaner structures and greater transparency, Siemens Energy Group wants to regain investor confidence. “We want to become faster, more flexible and more customer-oriented,” said CEO Christian Bruch on Tuesday. In particular, Siemens Energy plans to cut 30 percent of previous management positions. In … Read more

Conversion to hydrogen: slowed down by EU regulations

hydrogen tank Green hydrogen is considered the future of energy production. (photo: dpa) Brussels Hydrogen is considered a miracle weapon of energy transformation: it can be used wherever gas is still burned. Even coal furnaces for steel production are to be replaced by hydrogen installations in the future. However, the European Commission now links green … Read more

Siemens Energy is offering four billion euros for the complete acquisition of Siemens Gamesa

Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich Following the announced full acquisition of Siemens Gamesa (SGRE), Siemens Energy intends to vigorously pursue the restructuring of its loss-making subsidiary. The Munich-based energy technology group is offering a good four billion euros for a complete takeover of the Spanish company and hopes to finally tackle the current challenges in the renewable … Read more