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The international energy transition

Germany is not an island – especially when it comes to energy. The nations of Europe face the challenge of building a sustainable supply system. Interest in efficient and green energy technologies is growing around the world.

Here, Germany’s energy transition is a shop window for practical solutions and innovation. dena builds on this position by launching pilot projects that advance the cause of international cooperation in issues of relevance to the energy transition.

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Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2017

Towards a Global Energy Transition

Kazakhstan has set specific energy efficiency targets. Germany’s experience in the energy transition and its advanced technology make it a much sought-after partner. During dena’s ‘German Energy Dialogue’ on 11 and 12 July in Astana, representatives of both countries exchanged ideas and information on questions relating to a sustainable energy industry.

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Energy transition international

At the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2017, decision-makers and experts from 80 countries discussed ways of securing the world’s future energy supplies. But what role does dena – the German Energy Agency – play in this? read more

Interview with Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu from Coldhubs

“I believe in simple solutions”

ColdHubs provides solar-powered cooling systems that help farmers in off-grid areas in Nigeria to maintain and extend the life of their harvest. Founder and CEO Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu is the recipient of this year’s special prize “Start Up SDG7” (UN-target Sustainable Energy for All)” as part of the Start Up Energy Transition Awards. read more

The international energy transition

International knowledge transfer

dena promotes the international transfer of information for the closely related fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency. In this regard, it also advocates promoting the export of domestic technologies.