New partnership to help boost energy efficiency in Ukraine’s housing sector

Loans will be provided to homeowners’ associations that are participating in the Energy Efficiency Fund programme

Siemens Energy to cut 7,800 gas and power jobs to reduce costs

The cuts across various departments will happen by 2025

EU approves €300m German state aid to support sustainable transport

The budget covers the period from 2020 to 2023 and will support projects aimed at favouring local public transport over more polluting means of transport

Almost nine-in-ten Germans support ‘greater use of renewable energy’

More than half of German citizens believe that greater use of renewables could strengthen the regional economy, according to a new survey

‘Renewables made up almost 46% of German electricity consumption in 2020’

The share of renewables increased by almost 4% compared to last year, according to a report

EU approves German scheme to compensate hard coal plants for early closure

The energy regulator will publish seven tenders for the closure of hard coal and small lignite-fired power plants that will take place annually until 2026

Octopus Energy launches services in German market

The British retail energy firm aims to target one million customers in Germany by 2024

Total acquires network of 2,000 EV charge points in Germany

The energy company bought the company Charging Solutions, which will be integrated into Total’s German division

Vattenfall offers Berlin to take complete control of electricity grid

It is offering all shares in Stromnetz Berlin, ending years of legal disputes over the electricity concession

Siemens to develop CO2-free hydrogen production plant in Germany

With a power intake of 6MW in the initial development phase, the plant will be built in the Wunsiedel Energy Park in northern Bavaria and run solely on renewable energy