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No. 04/2021 31/08/2021
German Energy Solutions News

Welcome to the current edition of the newsletter of the Germany Energy Solutions Initiative. In the bi-monthly editions we keep you up to date with the latest information about German energy solutions. Furthermore you will learn about opportunities to meet German business partners around the world. This newsletter service is provided by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and is free of charge.

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Interview with Reinford Hachoonga: A Zambian success story
The German Training Weeks on Project Development are part of the project development programme and aim to expand local networks and practical know-how. They offer an opportunity for local professionals to strengthen their project development skills and to establish long-term partnerships with highly qualified German companies from the solar industry. Reinford Hachoonga from Zambia took part in a German Training Week in 2019 which according to him provided not only valuable knowledge but also new work opportunities. Find out how the training has enabled him to scale up his solar projects in the interview.More
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Fact-finding missions resume in person
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We are delighted to be able to offer Fact-Finding Missions to Germany in person again this autumn. During the events, company decision-makers as well as public authorities have an opportunity to gain insights into German energy technologies and to meet potential new business partners. The schedule of events until the end of 2021 has a wide global reach and thematic variety. In September we will be welcoming delegates from Azerbaijan to Berlin and Brandenburg to showcase wind, solar, hydroelectric and bioenergy solutions. Latest know-how on offshore wind technology will be shared with Indian delegates. Online missions feature energy efficiency in buildings for audiences from Chile and Morocco, and a focus on green hydrogen for South Korean participants. Later in the year, a range of renewable technologies will be showcased online to participants from South America and Jordan.
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A new kind of hybrid solar cell with 1,000 times more power
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Scientists from the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg have developed a novel hybrid solar cell where nanolayers of a ferroelectric material are interspliced between paraelectric materials, which dramatically increases the solar yield. The new discovery greatly advances ferroelectric crystalline cell technology, which has a number of advantages over silicon-cell technology, being far cheaper to produce and more durable.
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Germany’s first methanol-fuelled ship sets sail
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A pilot plant in the port of Bremerhaven has produced a carbon-neutral fuel, made with sewage-derived CO2 and green hydrogen, to power the country’s first ocean-going vessel to run on methanol. The 35-metre-long research cutter Uthörn, which is destined for fact-finding missions in the Arctic Circle, is equipped with a low-emission, methanol-based propulsion system, which produces far less greenhouse gases and particulates than conventional shipping fuel. The Uthörn is literally a flagship for the future of cleaner shipping.
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Current events within the German Energy Solutions Initiative
Veranstaltung im BMWi: Redner auf Bühne, Publikum
21.09. - 24.09.2021: Offshore wind energy in India

27.09. - 22.10.2021: Project development in Nigeria (Online)

21.09 - 23.09.2021: Renewable energies and energy efficiency in buildings in Central America (Online)

30.09.2021: Energy storage for grids, businesses and private housing in Chile (Online)

27.09 - 30.09.2021: Solar Power in Ghana (Online)

01.11 - 04.11.2021: Solar energy in Bangladesh

27.09 - 01.10.2021: Energy self-sufficient areas and energy cooperatives incl. biogas in Poland

13.09. - 08.10.2021: Project development in Botswana and Zambia (Online)

11.10. - 15.10.2021: Green hydrogen technologies in the Netherlands

25.10. - 29.10.2021: Energy storage systems and smart grids in energy and transportation infrastructure in the US (Online)

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Publisher:
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Public Relations Division
10119 Berlin
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Editor:
Coordination Office of the German Energy Solutions Initiative
E-Mail: redaktion@german-energy-solutions.de
Tel.: +49 30 5408 793 47

Photo Credits:
Fact Finding Missions: iStock
Events: BMWi/Blumentritt
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