What the press say

This month in „What the press say”: How green electricity can be better integrated into the grid using large-scale storage, how children can better understand the energy crisis, and why heat pumps are inverted refrigerators.

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ZDFheute, 16 October 2022: „How heat pumps work: heating according to the refrigerator principle” (in German only)

ZDFheute reports on how more and more people want to heat their homes using heat pumps and explains how different heat pump systems work.

Tagesschau, 2 October 2022: „How do you explain the energy crisis to children?” (in German only)

Children can learn to use resources more sustainably from an early age. Tagesschau asked educators how this can be done and provides explanatory tips for parents.

Erneuerbare Energien, 29 September 2022: „Large-scale storage facility near Eisenach integrates green power plants into the grid” (in German only)

The online portal Erneuerbare Energien (renewable energies) looks at how a new large-scale storage facility in Thuringia can generate over 60 megawatts of power and keep the grid stable.