The rivalry between Europe and China in emission-free hydrogen technologies could become one of the defining business stories in the global effort to stop climate change.
Three Western German towns will trial running their local grids without coal and gas, using instead a mix of wind, solar, storage and green hydrogen produced on-site.
Germany experiences record level of negative power prices, highlighting need for greater flexibility in power generation and demand.
Europe’s largest CO2 emitter and brown coal generation giant RWE has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2040.
Rapid spread of home batteries in Germany brings European residential storage market to an economic tipping point, according to new research.
German pilot project has made kerosene using concentrated sunlight, water and CO2 for the first time.
If adopted by government, the proposal would make Germany the largest economy with concrete plans to end use of coal to produce electricity.
The economic boom, the pressure of immigration, and high emissions in transport mean that the energy transition pioneer is headed for a greenhouse gas emission cut of only 32%.