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24.11.2014  New studies on UK, Irish and Belgian biogas markets dena has published three new profiles in the context of the BMWi’s “renewables – Made in Germany” initiative. The profiles outline market opportunities for German companies in the field of agricultural biogas plants in the UK, Ireland and Belgium. read more

21.11.2014  dena 2014 Market Analysis studies the development of renewable energy worldwide As part of the “renewables – made in Germany” initiative by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, dena has studied recent developments and prospects for renewable energy in over 120 countries in a fully-updated market analysis, supplemented with new content. read more

18.11.2014  Apply for the tax cap before the 31 December 2014 deadline SMEs can save taxes and raise energy efficiency read more

14.11.2014  The new “dena magazine” – exploring the country of the energy transition The new “dena magazine” takes us all the way across Germany on the trail of the energy transition – from the training centre for wind farm engineers in Schleswig-Holstein and the action group against grid expansion in Thüringen to the gas-fuelled power station in Bavaria. read more

12.11.2014  After the congress is before the congress The dena Energy Efficiency Congress ended on 12 November with a debate on the general acceptance of the energy transition. Attended by over 700 participants, over 60 speakers and more than 20 exhibitors, the event, which covered a range of subjects from building refurbishment to optimised electricity systems, served as a central platform for the key subject of the energy transition. read more

12.11.2014  dena presents awards for energy efficiency in public facilities The winners come from the Federal States of Brandenburg, Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia read more

12.11.2014  dena congress: Finding a solution to the refurbishment backlog The opening plenary session on the second day of the congress focused on energy efficiency in buildings. “How can we motivate home owners to refurbish their properties?”, was the key question formulated by Stephan Kohler. Although energy efficiency has met with a high level of acceptance and is associated with numerous advantages, Germany’s refurbishment rate of 0.8 percent is still far too low. read more

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