Press releases

The European Solar Prize 2020: Changemakers of the renewable decade

Press release, 2 December 2020 Bonn (Germany). The European Solar Prize 2020 was awarded to nine laureates fighting for the energy revolution. Today EUROSOLAR awarded the European Solar Prize to actors from seven different nations. The prize winners in the categories Municipalities, Solar architecture, Industry, Regional associations, Mobility, Media and Education are contributing to the regenerative and decentralised energy supply in Europe with their outstanding projects.

German Solar Prize Award 2020 – Changemakers of the new decade

Münster/Germany. EUROSOLAR and the EnergyAgency.NRW awarded the German Solar Prize to outstanding projects in the field of renewable energies last Saturday at the H7, Münster harbor. The six award winners enjoyed an exciting exchange of ideas - at a distance.

IRES WEB SUMMIT 2020 Radical system change to renewable energies

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  Bonn, 27 May 2020 – For the first time in its history, the traditional International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES) took place online as a web summit. Nearly 50 scientists from all over the world presented their latest research results on the storage of renewable energies.

Emerging from the Corona crisis with renewables: Appeal to political decision makers

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Bonn, 29.04.2020 - Peter Droege, President of EUROSOLAR, Axel Berg, Chairman of the German section, and Claus P. Baumeister, EUROSOLAR Curator, jointly declare The capacity for rapid and comprehensive financial, economic and social measures, newly discovered in the Corona crisis, should not lead to a relaunch of the old polluting industries. Instead, it must be used to fight the escalating climate catastrophe. It is disproportionately more dangerous for our health and the economy, and has been raging for much longer.

Call for the Regenerative Earth Decade

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A historic task holds us all responsible. The virus SARS-CoV-2 has the world on edge. Massive international action is being taken to contain the epidemic and prevent it from infecting a global economy that was booming until recently. But the fossil pandemic is far more dangerous than that.