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50Hertz has submitted the application documents for the planning approval proceedings in the coastal waters section to the competent permitting authority, the Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and Digitalization of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (EM M-V). The plans comprise the construction and operation of the cross-border submarine cable Hansa PowerBridge between Germany and Sweden. The pe...
Transmission system operator 50Hertz has launched an economic and climate initiative for the grid area the company is responsible for: the eastern German states as well as the city states of Berlin and Hamburg. With the slogan “From 60 to 100 by 2032: for an economy with prospects”, 50Hertz has set itself the specific goal of getting the electricity demand in its grid area covere...
Today, the four transmission system operators 50Hertz, Amprion, TenneT and TransnetBW successfully put the first component of their joint redispatch platform into operation: the so-called redispatch settlement server or RAS.
According to transmission system operator 50Hertz, the national hydrogen strategy that the German Federal Cabinet decided on today is ‘a good starting point for a climate-neutral economy by 2050’. In this strategy, efficient coupling between the industrial hydrogen production and the power grids plays a decisive role.
Following the motto ‘exploiting instead of curtailing’, 50Hertz is starting another Power-to-Heat (PtH) project within its grid area with energy service provider GETEC as its partner. In the future, both companies want to provide green urban heating in the Mümmelsmannsberg area in Hamburg.
For the construction and the operation of the Hansa PowerBridge, a cross-border powercable system between Germany and Sweden, 50Hertz has submitted the permit applications for the first section of the offshore route in the EEZ to the responsible authorities.
After roughly 25 years in operation, the German land cable of KONTEK between Hohe Düne and the substation Bentwisch in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has reached the last part of its operating ability and needs to be replaced.