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Germany - recent news
|16 Apr 19
||Germany: Angela Merkel and Kjell Børge Freiberg open Arkona offshore wind farm
Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and Norwegian petroleum and energy minister Kjell-Børge Freiberg opened the Arkona offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea in Mukran on the German island of Rügen on Tuesday. The wind farm has the capacity to supply renewable energy to 400,000 German homes.
|03 Jan 19
||Germany: DEA announces divestment of gas storage facilities in Bavaria
DEA Deutsche Erdoel has sold three underground natural gas storage facilities operating in southern Bavaria to Slovak NAFTA, a company of the EPH Group. NAFTA will continue DEA’s successful activities in the natural gas storage business.
|24 Sep 18
||Germany: Arkona offshore wind farm supplies first electricity into the German electricity grid
The Arkona offshore wind farm in the German part of the Baltic Sea, operated by E.ON in partnership with Equinor, has supplied the first electricity into the German electricity grid.
|18 Sep 18
||Germany: Iberdrola starts work on the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm in Germany
Iberdrola has begun the geotechnical phase for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm in Germany, which will have a capacity of 476 megawatts (MW).
|11 Mar 18
||Germany: RWE and E.ON reshape German power sector in Innogy asset swap deal
Germany’s top utilities on Sunday announced plans to break up Innogy, whose assets will be divided among parent RWE and rival E.ON in the sector’s biggest overhaul since a landmark move to exit nuclear power.
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