The German government names Norway as the nation’s top energy supplier, according to deputy government spokesperson Wolfgang Büchner, who made the statement on Wednesday in Berlin.
“Norway is a really exceptional partner for Germany,” Mr. Büchner continued.
He claimed that the collaboration served as a “great example” of a strategic alliance in numerous important fields.
“The situation in Germany would be much more difficult this winter without the extensive and dependable supply from Norway,” Mr. Büchner stated.
The discussion will focus on marine-based wind energy and the use of hydrogen as an energy source.
The tour will cover a variety of subjects, including the use of marine-based wind energy, the function of hydrogen as a fuel, the development of the infrastructure for renewable energy sources, and the underground storage of CO2.