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Big Data meets Energy – World Energy Council Germany dissects the latest buzzword for the sector

World Energy Council Germany and Big Data expert IBM Germany have hosted a public panel discussion in Berlin “Big Data meets Energy – unlocking new opportunities?”

Posted on 22 April 2015

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German energy policy: not a blueprint for other countries

German energy policy is not a blueprint for other countries and is seen as a risk to European security of supply in the electricity sector, according to a recent survey by Weltenergierat.

Posted on 10 March 2015

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Saudi oil minister confirms oil production levels at German conference

Will the oil price remain low? Do the activities of Islamic terror networks affect the stability of the Arabian Peninsula? What is the current state of Europe’s security of supply? These are just a few of the issues discussed at the “Security of Energy Supply” conference in Berlin

Posted on 10 March 2015

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South Africa draws on international experience

A low-carbon future is not only linked to renewables; carbon capture, utilisation and storage are also important and consumer behaviour needs to change. An exchange with a German expert.

Posted on 28 February 2015

European energy investment climate “markedly more negative” than RoW – WEC Germany

The European investment climate for energy infrastructure is markedly more negative than the investment mood in the rest of the world (RoW), so says a recent survey by WEC Germany

Posted on 26 January 2015

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More Europe needed in European energy markets

Leading figures of the European and German energy world were united in their calls for a renewed effort towards more integration in European energy markets at WEC Germany’s flagship event.

Posted on 13 November 2014

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Germany keeps an eye on the world as it mulls over its renewables policy

The end of 2013 saw the formation of a new German government, headed by Angela Merkel as Chancellor for the third time. One issue that remains on top of the government’s “to-do” list is to see how it can integrate the further expansion of renewables in an economically and technically feasible manner. But the country […]

Posted on 16 January 2014

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Hydropower storage abroad could support the ‘Energiewende’

“Hydropower storage in other European countries could effectively support the German Energiewende, but the potential of any possible cooperation has to be examined realistically,” says Jürgen Stotz, Chair of the German committee. Implementation of the Energiewende, the German energy transition, has been discussed intensively. It is expected that Germany will be unable to use up […]

Posted on 5 August 2013

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WEC Germany explores energy market at a crossroads

Senior energy experts and politicians gathered at WEC Germany’s 2012 Energy Day on 10 September in Berlin to discuss how the country could navigate through the uncertainties of its future energy policy. According to Leonhard Birnbaum, Chief Commercial Officer of RWE, Germany’s energy policy is at a crossroads as politicians try to decide whether they […]

Posted on 12 September 2012