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Signed and sealed: the phaseout of brown coal
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As a company, we have set ourselves the target of becoming climate neutral by 2035 and stand fully behind the overarching aim of the phaseout of coal.

Georg Stamatelopoulos, member of the Board of Management at EnBW

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Planning certainty for employees

Block 7 of the Rheinhafen steam power plant in Karlsruhe being decommissioned
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We want to reduce carbon emissions by at least 50 percent by 2030 and cut them to net zero by 2035. Since 2013, we have already shut down nine conventional power plant blocks, while simultaneously expanding wind and solar power to a total installed output of 4,900 MW today.

Georg Stamatelopoulos, Chief Operating Officer Generation at EnBW

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The Federal Network Agency has the last word

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Employees protected after decommissioning

The turbine building in Block 8 of EnBW’s Rheinhafen steam power plant in Karlsruhe (RDK8)
Fuel switch projects could make sites climate neutral in the long term
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There is no other technology that can make such a huge contribution to reducing CO₂ emissions in such a short amount of time.

Andreas Pick, responsible for fuel switch projects at EnBW

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Stuttgart-Münster: reducing emissions, testing new technologies

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Heilbronn combined heat and power plant: saving one million tonnes of CO₂ per year

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Altbach/Deizisau power plant: fuel switch to green gas possible in the future

This is what EnBW’s combined cycle gas turbine power plant in Altbach/Deizisau could look like.