The German Federal Government has set out a very ambitious objective, pursuing the ambition being world leading within technology and know-how in the environment and energy sector, whereas e.g. in 2050, the aim is that the energy production in Germany is fossil-free. This transition is planned to be obtained through a large-scale “green” transformation – the so-called Energiewende – which is widely anchored in- and driven by political willingness.
In this context, presently -and within the coming years – the German environmental- and energy industry is expected to undertake a major energy transition, based on investments in energy effective technology and know-how. Germany is currently the largest export market for Danish energy technology, whereas the basis for major future investments in Danish technology and know-how is present.
From the 23rd to the 26th of June 2014 DBDH invited their members and partners for a technical excursion to Baden Württemberg in the South-Western region of Germany. The Danish delegation comprised:
Through exclusive meetings with Stadtwerke Ulm, Stadtwerke Schwäbisch Hall, Stadtwerke Böblingen, Stadtwerke Crailsheim and a technical seminar day with participation of Stadtwerke’s, local top politicians (i.e. Ulrich Maurer, Referatsleiter für Europa und Internationale Zusammenarbeit des Ministeriums für
Umwelt, Klima und Energiewirtschaft Baden-Württembergs), AGFW and other district heating stakeholders, the objective was to facilitate building a base for future relations to decision makers in the region.
Click below to download presentations from Seminar day the 26th of June 2014 at Stadtwerke Schwäbisch Hall
Click below to download presentations from Stadtwerke visits