Peter Altmeier: «Industry also needs green electricity»

Posted by kachalo on 27 ноября, 2021 in strath | Short Link


That is, in this answer we see two main messages.


Further, Minister Altmaier noted that within the framework of the implementation of the «Climate Protection Program until 2030» adopted last year, it is planned to commission up to 100 GW of solar capacities in Germany by 2030. Onshore wind power capacity should be replenished with a volume of up to 71 GW.

He also noted that, according to experts, even despite the fact that a significant part of the vehicle fleet will switch to the use of electricity, due to the fact that all automakers at one rate or another, but switch to the production of electric vehicles, a significant increase in electricity consumption not worth it. There will certainly be growth, and precisely because of electric transport, but it will be largely offset by the widespread use of energy-saving technologies. And all this together will not give an explosive growth in electricity consumption, which could have a negative impact on the entire energy system.

Perhaps the most seditious, for some, was the minister’s statement that not only private consumers and the automotive industry should switch to «green electricity», but the industry as well, including heavy

The words about «greening» the energy supply of industry, including the steel industry, are not at all an empty phrase. The other day

thyssenkrupp has set itself the goal of reducing #co2 emissions by 30 percent. Thyssenkrupp plans to complete the transformation of the main part of the plant by 2025 and then produce 400,000 tonnes of green steel. Production of 3 million tons of climate neutral steel is planned for 2030.

I think there is no need to explain how important and interesting the example of Thyssenkrupp’s innovation is. This will be especially appreciated by residents of Russian cities, which are neighbors of giant steel mills that use coal in their technological process …

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