Sun. Nov 27th, 2022
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Russia's war triggers German market loss for Russian Gazprom. Photo by Alexey_Hulsov on Pixabay
  • EU Commission approves additional German measures to support electricity production from renewable energy sources
  • European Commission participated in the launch of the Baltic Pipe
  • Eurocommerce: Energy crisis – alarm bells ringing for European retail and wholesale
  • TotalEnergies Energy Outlook 2022
  • European Parliament Answer to a written question – Remarkable increase in Spanish imports of liquified natural gas from Russia in the context of the REPowerEU plan – E-002698/2022(ASW)
  • BMWi: Bundesminister Habeck eröffnet die weltweit größte Windenergie-Messe „WindEnergy Hamburg“
  • The Ukrainian Task Force completes the Second Ukrainian Energy Sector Damage Assessment Report
  • Persönliche Erklärung von dena-Chef Andreas Kuhlmann
  • Situationsbericht Lage der Gasversorgung in Deutschland (Stand 27.09.22)
  • EURATOM and IAEA sign Memorandum of Understanding on nuclear safety cooperation
  • IAEA Review of Treated Water Discharge at Fukushima Daiichi to Report Findings in 2023
  • Habeck und Betreiber legen Konzept zur Umsetzung der AKW-Einsatzreserve vor – Betreiber starten Vorbereitungsarbeiten für den Einsatz
  • Renewables executives warn Europe ‘don’t miss the boat’ as US impresses on green hydrogen
  • Latest Hydrogen headlines
  • Growing scale, Inflation Reduction Act subsidies could push green hydrogen prices negative: RE+ panel
  • IndustryVoice: Hydrogen and CCS — a Low Carbon Energy Source
  • Aquaterra and Seawind to build offshore wind and hydrogen project
  • Hydrogen fuel cell tech in trucks is front and center at IAA Transportation 2022
  • ‘Time to stop the fight’ | 32 independent studies slam the widespread use of hydrogen for heating
  • Windcat Workboats plans another 6 hydrogen-fueled CTVs
  • DOE opens $7B hydrogen hub funding opportunity, issues draft production standard
  • Hydrogen CEO: “We need legal certainty now”
  • Green hydrogen
  • Light vehicle fuel cell prospects limited outside hydrogen
  • Prime Capital bolsters operations with Nordic wind, green hydrogen deals
  • Ballard to supply Stadler with fuel cell systems to power first hydrogen
  • Hopium to build industrial hydrogen
  • Britain’s hydrogen
  • Suppliers are beginning to join Toyota’s hydrogen
  • Hydrogen
  • ACER-CEER Webinar on the Energy Retail and Consumer Protection Market Monitoring Report
  • CELEX:52022PC0455: Proposal for a COUNCIL DECISION establishing the position to be adopted on the Union’s behalf with regard to the decision of the Participants to the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits to expand the scope of the Sector Understanding on Export Credits for Renewable Energy, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation and Water Projects

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