Finding alternatives to coal and gas that are also affordable is what the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is all about. The close to 1,000 participants are from70 countries - this topic concerns everybody.
Most of us hardly ever wonder where our electricity comes from. Our author did and learned a few things about his neighborhood power plant.
Germany's top diplomat Sigmar Gabriel is expecting Beijing to relax its new rules on electric cars. After China announced strict e-car quotas, Berlin sought compromise to protect the interests of its powerful carmakers.
According to an industry report, energy from renewable sources provided higher-than-average power over the weekend. Germany's coal-fired power plants also saw the lowest output in recent history over one hour on Sunday.
We go Berlin-adjacent in our latest environment blog post in which a self-confessed city snob happens upon some green, local innovations in Brandenburg.
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