Deputy Prime Minister Wolfram Günther (Greens) criticizes the inefficient work of the Saxon state government, especially the CDU.
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At the onset of winter, the power plant units in Lusatia are not running at full capacity due to disruptions at the Jänschwalde and Boxberg sites. According to the operator Leag, a "minor malfunction" was detected in a boiler at the Jänschwalde lignite-fired power plant. This means that the units ar ..
The financial resources for structural development in Lusatia are secured, despite the federal budget crisis. Funding remains unaffected and is legally secured by the Coal Phase-out Act.
The Regional Monitoring Committee for the Central German Mining District has endorsed six structural change projects in the Leipzig region, for which applications for 36.4 million euros are to be submitted to the federal government.
Federal Finance Minister Christian Lindner has questioned the date for the coal phase-out mentioned in the coalition agreement. "As long as it is not clear that energy is available and affordable, we should put an end to dreams of phasing out coal-fired power in 2030," the FDP politician told the "K ..
The CSU and the Free Voters are about to sign their next coalition agreement, just two weeks after negotiations began.
For a long-term stabilization of the water balance in Lusatia with the coal phase-out, the Alliance Greens in Brandenburg, Saxony and Berlin demand a series of measures from the federal and state governments.
For decades, households and businesses in Chemnitz have been supplied with heat and electricity from lignite. This will end in 2024. But the energy supply will still not be climate-neutral.
The lignite producer Mibrag wants to develop into an energy service provider based on renewable energies. To this end, among other things, a 90-megawatt electrolyzer for the production of green hydrogen is to be built at the Profen site in the Burgenland district, the state chancellery announced in ..
Leipzig was literally beside itself on Sunday. Because many people wanted to see the blasting of a huge chimney with their own eyes.
Federal Minister of Economics and Climate Protection Robert Habeck meets the Lausitzrunde, a municipal alliance, to discuss the current status of the transformation in Lausitz. The article analyzes the progress, the financial support from the federal government and the ongoing challenges such as the shortage of skilled workers.