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Christoph Steitz

Uniper explores sale of 20% stake in Opal gas pipeline - sources

29 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT German energy firm Uniper is exploring a sale of its 20% stake in gas pipeline Opal, which links the Nord Stream 1 (NS 1) pipeline with onshore European grids, three people familiar with the matter said.

Siemens' $18 billion energy spin-off falls in Frankfurt debut

28 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT/MUNICH Shares in Siemens Energy opened lower than expected on their first day of trading on the Frankfurt stock exchange, as Germany's biggest-ever spin-off gears up for a challenging future independent from parent Siemens.

Börsengang von Energietechnik zahlt sich für Siemens aus

28 Sep 2020

Frankfurt/München Für die Siemens-Aktionäre hat sich die Abspaltung der Energietechnik-Sparte schon gelohnt.

Old green power plants seek to regenerate as Germany turns off subsidies

23 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Wilfried Haas owns a 3 kilowatt solar system which has been running as a micro power station since 1992, helping Germany, Europe's largest economy, curb its dependence on coal and nuclear power. All that might be about to change.

Nur noch Schrott? Alte Solar- und Windanlagen fallen aus der Förderung

23 Sep 2020

- von Tom Käckenhoff und Vera Eckert und Christoph Steitz und Markus Wacket

UPDATE 2-HeidelbergCement flags strong Q3 as cost cuts take effect

16 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT, Sept 16 HeidelbergCement has had a strong third quarter so far, boosted by stable prices and cost cuts launched earlier this year.

E-Auto-Pionier Tesla entert Energiemarkt in Deutschland

02 Sep 2020

- von Vera Eckert und Christoph Steitz und Tom Käckenhoff und Edward Taylor

Explainer: Why Germany's energy market is ready for a shake up

02 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT Germany is home to one of the world's most liberalised electricity sectors, which was thrown open to competition 20 years ago. Today, Europe's largest economy is seeking to blaze a trail in renewable energy.

Tesla tests the circuits for German energy market push

02 Sep 2020

By Vera Eckert, Christoph Steitz, Tom Käckenhoff and Edward Taylor

Explainer: Why Germany's energy market is ready for a shake up

02 Sep 2020

FRANKFURT Germany is home to one of the world's most liberalised electricity sectors, which was thrown open to competition 20 years ago. Today, Europe's largest economy is seeking to blaze a trail in renewable energy.

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