European steel executives meet in Germany - E.on announces €22bn takeover
German energy giants E.ON and RWE have announced they are planning a major asset swap involving RWE subsidiary Innogy. The move is part of an ongoing major restructuring of the country's energy market.
German energy giants RWE and E.ON want to reposition themselves and are planning a radical change. It's a necessary development but will come at the expense of both workers and consumers, says DW's Andreas Becker.
With Africa’s energy demand on the rise, the German government is launching a new initiative aimed at helping citizens in African countries produce their own - by forming German-style energy cooperatives.
Smart technologies like big data, blockchain and the "Internet of Things" are likely to play a big role in the new energy landscape. So, will traditional utilities be replaced by green tech companies from Silicon Valley?
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