We were present at the Wind Energy Days 2023, informing, educating and providing important impetus. Read more here!
Energy sharing is a promising concept that could significantly advance the energy transition. Find out more in the magazine!
Italy's largest agri-solar park with a new type of purchase agreement: Read more in ENGIE Germany's Zero Carbon magazine!
Intersolar Europe 2023 offered numerous expert contributions and knowledge in the PV sector. ENGIE was also represented, of course. What there was to see there is here!
Onsite PPAs with photovoltaics are the ticket to rapid decarbonization and energy independence for many companies. More about this here!
Flexisun® is a new offer from ENGIE that combines sustainable on-site energy technology with modern battery storage. Here more!
Agri-PV is on everyone's lips. What are the advantages of the concept, which plants are available and what has to be considered legally? Here you can learn more!
Photovoltaics as an energy of freedom: Manfred Schmitz of ENGIE Deutschland and Ralf Schürkamp of ENGIE Erneuerbare GmbH on the potential of photovoltaics for climate protection.
Electric mobility is increasing steadily, and the need for environmentally friendly charging options is increasing accordingly.
A guest commentary by Dr. Burkard Schulze-Darup, freelance architect and urban planner with the focus on sustainable and energy-efficient building.
The logistics sector could play an important role in the future in the necessary expansion of renewable energies, especially photovoltaics.
Photovoltaics continues to play a key role in the energy transition. Solar energy is infinitely available and safe. New intelligent photovoltaic solutions are being developed for buildings, for example for facades.
Against the background of the slow expansion of new solar installations on rental houses, alternative tenant power projects that rely on other forms of generation are also gaining relevance.
Photovoltaics has great potential for industry and commerce. Companies not only make an important contribution to climate protection, but also profit from enormous economic advantages.
Solar energy is inexhaustible, cheap and regenerative. The feed-in remuneration is intended to stimulate the construction of photovoltaic systems, but it is falling steadily. Nevertheless, solar installations are worthwhile – especially if they are used by the customer.
Germany's summers are getting hotter and sunnier, and the topic of solar energy is becoming increasingly relevant. Photovoltaic systems are efficient and independent of the price fluctuations on the power exchange.