FIFTH ISSUE OF DENA’S CORPORATE MAGAZINE

Issue five of the German Energy Agency’s energy transition magazine is available now – giving you a vivid picture of the near future.

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SET Award 2022

Five Energy Start-ups Awarded

The winners of the award for innovative start-ups in the energy transition have been announced.

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dena prospects: new structure and further locations

To kick off the new year, dena will be launching a new structure to make an even greater contribution to the success of the energy transition and climate protection.

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dena Energy Transition Congress 2021

The dena Energy Transition Congress is the leading cross-sector event on the energy transition and climate protection. Look back on this year’s conference which was held under the theme of ‘Climate Change – Uncharted Territory’.

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Final report of dena lead study published

dena pilot study Towards Climate Neutrality provides a foundation for energy and climate policy for the next German government.

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SET Award 2022: Five Energy Start-ups Awarded
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SET Award 2022: Five Energy Start-ups Awarded

The winners of the award for innovative start-ups in the energy transition have been announced: Start Up Energy Transition (SET), an initiative of the German Energy Agency (dena), presented five young companies with the sixth SET Award at the SET Tech Festi-val in Berlin yesterday. In different categories, they showed how innovative ideas accel-erate the global transformation towards climate neutrality and independence from fossil fuels - and thus make a decisive contribution to shaping the energy world of tomorrow. read more

DAC-kerosene: dena study shows how sustainable CO2 can
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DAC-kerosene: dena study shows how sustainable CO2 can

The aviation sector is under pressure. It must become fossil-free by 2050. To do so, it will require synthetic kerosene made from green hydrogen and sustainable CO2, so-called e-kerosene. A study by the German Energy Agency (dena) in collaboration with LUT Uni-versity (LUT) and Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH (LBST) comes to the conclusion that to produce e-kerosene, more than 90 percent of the required CO2 must be extracted from the air. The so-called Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology required for this represents a huge challenge which requires political support today. read more

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