What the press say
This time in 'What the press say': How the world's longest submarine power cable is bringing hydropower to Germany, how northern Germany is planning to build up its hydrogen economy and what energy transition and climate action issues are being discussed at the online Berlin Energy Days.
The world's longest submarine power cable has started operation. faz.net reports on how hydropower is being transported from Norway all the way to Germany (in German only).
Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have launched a joint regulatory sandbox on climate-neutral energy supply. Welt.de takes a look at the details of the Länder's plans (in German only).
Energiezukunft.eu reports on the Berlin Energy Days and the conference's diverse programme surrounding the energy transition and climate action. In this election year, the responsible Federal Ministers are also taking part in the event (in German only).