Episode 3 – Clean Energy for Germany
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Listen to Episode 3 (in German only)
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This Episode Consists of Four Parts:
In my view, there is a clear sense that the new Black-Green state government here in North Rhine-Westphalia and the new federal government in Berlin have created a climate that is positive for further expansion of renewable energies. The will is there, but we need an even stronger focus on the expansion of renewables, including wind energy.
Professor Ralf Schelenz
Geothermal Energy for a Sustainable Heat Supply in Germany
A Podcast Featuring Professor Florian Wellmann
When it works, geothermal energy is available 24 hours seven days a week, regardless of weather conditions, regardless of other external influences. Once a system is up and running, we have a very stable source of heat for the very long term. And with that, we can help support and meet a large part of the region's heating needs.
Professor Florian Wellmann
Establishing Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier in the Energy Industry
A Podcast Featuring Professor Stefan Pischinger
As scientists, we are very proud that we have the first research electrolyzers in operation and are producing green hydrogen. If you look at the absolute shares, we are at the very beginning. We should not be demotivated by this, but on the contrary, it should spur us on to do much more, and the National Hydrogen Strategy is also a driver for this.
Professor Stefan Pischinger
All over the world, intensive research is being conducted into the production and the clean and efficient use of fuels. Particularly well known are e-fuels, that is, fuels based on renewably generated electricity, and biofuels such as ethanol or biodiesel, which are the most widely used biofuels today. We at the FSC are going one step further by combining the molecules and processes from the e-fuels and biofuels to create what we call bio-hybrid fuels.
Bastian Lehrheuer, Dipl.-Ing.
Intro: Everyone can Contribute to Making the Energy Transition a Success.
Thorsten Karbach, Press and Communications
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Dr. Nives Sunara, Press and Communications
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