For biogas power plants to be used in a flexible way whenever there are power shortages in the near future, the plants need to be flexibilized. To make this economically viable, plant operators need government incentives.
In the face of the ongoing gas crisis, biogas is capable of delivering an important contribution to energy security in Germany. To scale the biogas production to the required level, however, new plants need to be built and existing capacities need to be ramped up as soon as possible.
The EU Commission is set to successfully roll out the EU Hydrogen Strategy and become climate-neutral on a long-term basis by 2050. MWM is in the process of introducing gensets in the output range from 400 kW to 4.5 MW, fueled by natural gas with a hydrogen admixture of up to 25 percent.
The EU Commission has presented its European Hydrogen Strategy in Brussels. The ambitious goal is to successfully roll out the EU Hydrogen Strategy by 2050. Hydrogen is thus set to become a key element of the European energy supply.
To draw attention to the sustainability and potential of the combustion engine with a view to a green energy transition, VDMA has initiated a campaign entitled “EMISSION0 – ON THE WAY TO 2050”. In the field of energy generation, the combustion engine will continue to play a key role in reducing emissions.
The use of biomass for energy generation can make a positive contribution to the energy reform. Especially biogas and biomethane from waste and leftovers offer a high potential for sustainable bioenergy production.
The year 2020 is approaching its end. On this occasion, we would like to thank the readers of the MWM Energy Blog for their positive feedback on the launch of our blog.
To achieve the adopted climate protection goals and climate neutrality, hydrogen is to be used as an energy source of the future. For this purpose, the Federal Cabinet has issued the National Hydrogen Strategy. As an alternative to fossil energy sources, hydrogen is to reduce especially the carbon emissions of the industry and of transportation.
Our society’s welfare depends on an operable energy supply framework. Without power, heat, and mobility, we would not be able to maintain our standard of living. Therefore, the objective of the energy reform is to ensure reliable, economically viable, and eco-friendly energy support. Read our posts on this topic in our MWM Energy Blog.