Governments and companies all over the world are stating their commitment to climate neutrality as their long-term goal. But how they plan to reach the zero line often remains unclear. The cover story of dena`s corporate magazine “transition” discusses economic and political approaches to achieving climate neutrality and points out what we need to do next.
The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD), which was set to take place on 16 and 17 March 2021, is the international conference on the global energy transition. The Berlin Energy Week offers a supporting programme. dena contributed to this programme with a diverse range of activities.
The countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, as well as Turkey and Iran, are looking to fundamentally update their energy system. On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, dena is supporting these countries in their transformation.
The integrated energy transition is based on a key foundation: an integrated infrastructure. The existing cable and pipeline systems for electricity, gas, heat and liquid energy carriers must be better interlinked, and further development must be coordinated across all systems. This will be a long road. Initial efforts indicate where the journey might lead.
Integrated Energy Transition means that the various technical facilities, infrastructures and markets from the different sectors of energy, industry, buildings and transport are coordinated and transformed into an optimised and intelligent energy system.
15 start-ups nominated in five categories / winners of the fifth SET Awards will be chosen at the SET Tech Festival on September 1st 2021 / new SET 100 List gives insight into the most promising start-ups of the energy transition start-up scene
From Berlin to Brussels to Silicon Valley, governments and companies are pledging their commitment to climate neutrality. How this will look in practice is still largely unclear. Initial approaches and frameworks.