German Energy Agency insists on integrated planning of energy infrastructures

According to the German Energy Agency (dena), the energy networks for the different energy sources should be coordinated with each other in future planning. The integrative approach, together with accelerated approval procedures for green power plants, would help to develop the infrastructure efficiently and drive forward the energy transition. This is the conclusion reached by the authors of the final report of the third dena grid study, which the state-owned group presented on Tuesday.

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