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EU says it does not need Nord Stream 2, but only Germany can block it

The European Union does not need the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for its energy security but any decision to stop the project carrying Russian natural gas to Germany would have to come from Berlin, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday.

read more... 24/02/2021


Germany Seeks Deal With Biden on Controversial Pipeline

Germany wants to make a deal with the U.S. in order to complete the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas project that has caused friction between the two countries.

read more... 17/02/2021


Uniper, Port of Rotterdam mull green hydrogen plant

Maasvlakte, a man-made site on the Dutch North Sea coast, is the gateway to Rotterdam, the biggest bunkering port in Europe. From there, hydrogen could be supplied by pipeline to major industrial complexes in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

read more... 10/02/2021


German, Canadian reactors set new world records

The single-unit Grohnde nuclear power plant in Germany has produced more than 400 terawatt hours of electricity since it started up in 1984 - the only reactor to have achieved this milestone. Meanwhile, unit 1 of Canada's Darlington nuclear power plant has set a new world record with 1106 consecutive days of continuous operation.

read more... 09/02/2021


EWE expands German wind portfolio with 28-MW purchase

Germany’s EWE Erneuerbare Energien (EWE) has acquired a 28-MW portfolio of onshore wind projects at home from Switzerland-based investor InvestInvent.

read more... 04/02/2021