Enthusiasts wind power industry hopes for new Federal Government
BGH makes ex-diesel owners hope
Dusseldorf. In the exhaust gas scandal at Volkswagen, the Federal Court of Justice could apply for claws damages, even if they have long sold their car. © Julian Stratenschult An exhaust of a Volkswagen on a staff car park, recorded with the VW Werk Manager in the background. It is almost six years ago that the exhaust scandal is incurred at the Volkswagen Group. Millions of diesel vehicles were then affected by the exhaust manipulations - their legal work-up continues to date.
The wind power industry promises important impulses from the Messe Husum Wind Opened on Tuesday in Schleswig-Holstein. "We have passed the low point," said the President of the Federal Association Wind Energy, Hermann Albers, on Tuesday in Husum.
By the end of the year, the wind power is expected to be reached in Germany from expected 2.4 gigawatts. From the new Federal Government, the industry calls for immediate program.
The upcoming legislative period offers the latest way to take necessary steps to reach the climate goals by 2030, said Albers. "Permits should not take six years, but six months." Until Friday, up to 10,000 visitors are expected at the trade fair according to the organizers. Nearly 390 exhibitors show their products around the wind energy and the topic of green hydrogen.
Lufthansa boss: State aid repayment by federal election .
Lufthansa boss Carsten Spohr has a repayment of German state aid for its company before the federal election now for unrealistic. © Sven Hoppe / DPA Carsten Spohr, CEO of Lufthansa. "You have to write off that," said the boss of Germany's largest airline group on Monday evening at the International Club Frankfurter Business Journalists (ICFW). Now it's about whether the step will succeed this year. "We would like to make clarity with the current contact persons," Spohr said.