Press Release, Berlin

Energy Efficiency Award 2019: Applications now possible

Private and public sector companies can apply in four categories / Submit competition entries online by 30 June 2019 / A total of EUR 30,000 in prize money

10. April 2019, Press information

SET Award 2019 honours five start-ups in the fields of climate protection and energy transition

Winners come from Australia, Germany, Sweden and Uganda / Innovations from hydrogen electrolysis to bamboo briquette / Over 450 applications received from 80 countries

Press information, Berlin

Global Alliance Powerfuels calls for dialogue on market development for electricity-based fuels

Discussion paper provides overview of technologies, markets and framework conditions / Kuhlmann: "Powerfuels can be a missing link for energy transition and climate protection"

Press release, Berlin

dena study: Energy system would benefit from immediate introduction of blockchain technology

Improving the framework conditions for key energy transition technologies and increasing investor confidence

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Urban energy transition: Driven by the cities
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Urban energy transition: Driven by the cities

Global growth is taking place above all in urban centres: Already today, more than half the world population lives in cities, and seven out of ten people are expected to do so by the year 2050. Hence, ecological urban redevelopment is an urgent issue in many countries. However, the challenges on the various continents can vary considerably. We present some perspectives and show you what dena has to do with them.

Hotels and hostels
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Hotels and hostels

Hotels and hostels face stiff competition. Those who wish to set themselves apart need good arguments. An increasing number of hoteliers see sustainable management as a way to gain an edge over competition. Four model enterprises have collaborated with dena to work out how resource-friendly management can be communicated to guests.

Building in China
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Building in China

China's cities are suffocating in smog, but at the same time an increasing number of people are flocking to the urban centres. It is high time for a paradigm shift in urban development: at over 30 construction sites, Chinese planners, architects, and construction workers become acquainted with German standards for energy-efficient building. dena experts impart know-how, monitor the quality of planning and construction work, and promote collaborations between companies from both countries. A visit to Jinan, the capital of Shandong province.

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