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Fenne HydroHub becomes a living lab

Fenne HydroHub is set to become a living laboratory for the energy transition. The project outline, which was developed by STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, jointly with project partners Siemens AG, the Institute for Future Energy and Material Flow Systems (IZES gGmbH) and the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH) and entered in the competition held by the German Federal ...

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STEAG plans efficient, custom energy concept for Bottrop coking plant

The energy company STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, is developing a custom, sustainable energy concept for the coking plant in Bottrop together with steel producer ArcelorMittal Bremen GmbH. A modern joint-venture power station, which will be fundamental to the production of electricity, heat and steam, is to be established in the area of the RAG central workshop at the former Prosper-Haniel mine. ...

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Living Labs for the Energy Transition: Partner network tests new battery technology

The German government has set itself the goal of rapidly expanding its renewable energies as part of the energy transition. Sun and wind, however, are subject to fluctuations in relation to the weather, and are not geared towards demand and market requirements. To offset these fluctuations and guarantee that the power supply can meet demands, high-performance energy-storage systems will be ...

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STEAG strengthens position in growth market for renewable energy

The energy company STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, is strengthening its position in the international growth market for renewable energy. On 1st July 2019, group subsidiary STEAG Energy Services GmbH (SES) acquired GILDEMEISTER energy solutions of DMG MORI, based in Bielefeld/Germany. The machine tool manufacturer DMG MORI entered the market for solar technology in 2007. Both parties have agreed not to disclose ...

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STEAG‘s strategy pays

Shareholders’ investment in the STEAG Group has once again paid off. The Essen-based energy company is transferring 45 M € in profit for the 2018 business year to its owner, Kommunale Beteiligungsgesellschaft (KSBG). “We faced up to the far-reaching challenges in the energy industry at an early stage,” said Joachim Rumstadt, Chairman of the Board of Management of STEAG GmbH, during the ...

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STEAG registers two Saarland power stations for provisional closure

The energy company STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, once again registered its two Saarland power stations Weiher 3 (724 MW) and Bexbach (780 MW) with the German Federal Network Agency for provisional closure on 29th April 2019. The process has been formally started to ensure that statutory deadlines are met and to explore the prospects for both sites beyond 2020. The announcement ...

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Energy transition applied: Four partners test hydrogen production in Saarland

With the phase-out of nuclear power production in 2022 and the planned end of coal-fired power generation in 2038, one thing is certain: Wind and solar energy will be the main pillars of electricity supply in Germany in the future. However, both renewable energy sources are subject to weather-related fluctuations. As an energy medium, hydrogen can balance out these fluctuations ...

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Electricity from the container

In India, a population of more than 1.3 bn combined with strong economic growth are creating a huge demand for goods, services and raw materials. Developing the infrastructure, in particular unlimited access to electricity in rural regions, continues to pose a significant challenge. On 4th February 2019, at the invitation of STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, Prof. Andreas Pinkwart, Minister for Economic ...

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More than 300 guests bid a fond farewell to the Lünen power station

It was an emotional evening in the historic machine hall of the STEAG power station, with a celebration that went into the early hours of the morning. Employees, family members, friends and former colleagues were invited to bid farewell to the founding location of Steinkohlen-Elektrizität AG (STEAG) on 19th January 2019 (Figure 1). On 31st December 2018, after almost 80 ...

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STEAG announces plans for final decommissioning of Lünen power station

On 2nd March 2018, the energy company STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, notified the Federal Network Agency of the legally binding decommissioning of power station units 6 and 7 in Lünen/Germany. On behalf of the transmission system operator Amprion, the Federal Network Agency will determine to what extent the facility is still system-relevant, i.e. whether the two units will be shut down ...

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