FRANKFURT, April 28 (Reuters) - Renewable energy accounted for 50.3% of Germany's power consumption in the first three months of the year, data from utility group BDEW and the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) showed on Friday. Germany wants green power from solar, wind, biomass and hydroelectric
About 4-6 percent of the world’s total energy is consumed by the mining sector. Sandvik is committed to bring a more sustainable and eco-efficient way to reduce the energy consumption in mining. Rock processing in the mining and infrastructure industry are cornerstones in the development of our society. It’s essential
Teams across Sandvik are undertaking hundreds of projects that are helping the company reach net-zero emissions. The biggest impact emerges when customers use the products, but Sandvik also work to minimize the impact from its own operations. The numerous projects show how Sandvik employees are making the sustainability shift together.
Climate change could cost Germany up to 900 billion euros ($960bn) in cumulative economic damage by mid-century, a new study shows, as Europe’s biggest economy searches for ways to cut that bill. The analysis by the economic research company Prognos, the Institute for Economic Structures Research and the Institute for Ecological