Efficiency first

Many people will initially think of renewable energies when they hear the term “energy transition”. But increasing energy efficiency is at least as important. Let’s not forget: the greenest kilowatt hour is the one that is never produced.

The expertise that dena brings to the table makes it an essential partner to industry and politics in the development and implementation of energy efficiency strategies. A valuable source of information, dena promotes networks and develops solutions.

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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.

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Efficiency is the priority

Renewable energy sources are being used increasingly to produce electricity. But the energy transition is also concerned to reduce electricity... read more

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Energy efficiency at home

Numerous domestic appliances need energy to operate. dena helps to identify and use potential savings – for a personal energy transition at home. read more

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Energy of the future in Kazakhstan. Just how is dena involved?

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. read more