What the press say

This time in ‘What the press say’: How fuel made from biodegradable waste could make aviation more environmentally friendly, how the wind power industry is reinventing itself at see, and how renewables have overtaken fossil fuels in Europe.

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BR, 13 September 2021: ‘Sustainable fuel from biodegradable waste: green kerosene for the climate’

At Munich Airport, airlines can add small amounts of sustainable kerosene to their fuel. So could green kerosene made from biodegradable waste be a breakthrough? This is the question addressed by the BR (Bavarian Broadcasting Service).

Die Welt, 10 September 2021: ‘Offshore wind power: A sector is reinventing itself’

New wind farms in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea are to be built and operated without the need for subsidies. The sector also wants to produce hydrogen on a large scale in the North Sea, as Die Welt reports.

MDR, 10 September 2021 ‘Renewables on the advance in Europe’

The MDR (Central German Broadcasting Service) covers the 2021 World Nuclear Industry Status Report. According to this report, Europe is now generating more electricity from renewables than from fossil energy resources.