190 renewable energy companies have found a home in Hamburg — from producers and researchers to financiers and investors.
Growth of the renewable energy sector and a high ecological standard helped make Hamburg the ‘European Green Capital 2011’.
Rapeseed, field grass and maize are traditionally farmed in the Hamburg region: an excellent basis for the biomass and biogas industry.
The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is a central location for solar farms in Germany and across the world.
With excellent wind conditions, the Hamburg city region between the Baltic and the North Sea is an ideal location for wind turbines.