What the press say
This time in 'What the press say': A off-the-radar data centre that feeds on carbon dioxide; the future prospects of the North Sea and Baltic Sea as a centre of European power generation, and dena boss Andreas Kuhlmann on the right moment to say 'stop'.
The business magazine brand eins reports on Germany's first data centre that sequesters more carbon dioxide than it generates. It is located in a place well off the main IT map (in German only).
Power generation on the high seas is on the verge of a gigantic upswing, writes Handelsblatt. The EU aims to have 300 gigawatt of installed offshore wind capacity in European waters by 2050 (in German only).
Where do we stand in the fight against global warming – and where do we go from here? The head of the German Energy Agency (dena), Andreas Kuhlmann, was interviewed by the Tagesspiegel (in German only).