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Great-great-grandchildren of physicist Ørsted are suing Danish utility

"It's not in his spirit to use him in an advertisement ploy," says a descendant of the Danish physicist and chemist Hans Christian Ørsted, according to Danish media Berlingske, after the former Dong Energy took the name Ørsted last year. The utility rejects the accusations.

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Siemens Gamesa puts figures on German layoffs

The turbine producer's employees in Northern Germany, in particular, are hit by the layoffs. Germany and Denmark will remain crucial for offshore wind, says the CEO, while the new nacelle factory in Cuxhaven has dodged dismissals.

EU member states warming up to higher targets

At an informal energy council meeting in Sofia yesterday, several of EU member countries expressed that they were willing to budge on targets for renewables consumption and energy efficiency in 2030 and increase ambitions.

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