www.newenergy.info is the English-language news website of neue energie, Germany’s leading specialist magazine for climate action and renewable energy. We produce in-depth coverage of topical issues and energy-related political and economic developments, and report on the latest technology in renewable energies. We provide objective analysis of current energy policy, while also informing you about innovations and potential in the field of renewable energy.
Scientific advisory group
Renowned energy experts provide the editorial team with input on key topics in science and politics. More on this here.
Jörg-Rainer Zimmermann was born in 1967 in Stuttgart. After studying German and philosophy at Freie Universität Berlin, Jörg-Rainer worked for leading newspapers in Berlin/Brandenburg (including Berliner Morgenpost/Die Welt, MAZ, MOZ). Before joining the neue energie team in 2010, he served as economics editor for the Märkische Oderzeitung.
Astrid Dähn, born in 1970, studied mathematics and physics in Tübingen and Berlin. After completing her postgraduate degree in science journalism, Astrid worked as editor for the Berliner Zeitung and the weekly newspaper Die Woche. She then went on to work as managing editor for the science magazine, Technology Review. She started at neue energie in 2009 and has since given our texts the finishing touch.
Tim Altegör, born in 1983, is from the Ruhr area and studied political sciences and English in Bochum. After working at the German Renwable Energies Agency and for a member of the European Parliament, he was trainee journalist at neue energie since 2013 and became editor in 2015.
Michael Hahn, born in 1982, is from Marburg. After his training as an industrial mechanic in operating technology, he studied media sciences and completed his masters degree in media and cultural practice. He then worked freelance for a newspaper and since October 2015 at neue energie.
Margit Hildebrandt, born in 1981, studied environmental sciences in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia. She then worked at several scientific institutes, with a focus on atmospheric research and technologies for measuring aerosols. In 2018 she joined the team at neue energie.
Maria Conradi, born in 1977, grew up in Berlin. A trained photographer, she works as a freelancer since 2005, particularly on portraits and for a picture agency. She has been responsible for photo selection and layout at neue energie since 2019.
Editorial team assistant
Claudia Mathes, born in 1966, trained as a clerical assistant. She joined neue energie in 2003 when the magazine was still based in Osnabrück. Claudia coordinates the editorial activities, manages the subscription service and generally makes sure that everything runs smoothly in the editorial team.
Nikola Gericke, born in 1970, joined neue energie in 2006 when the magazine moved to Berlin. The native Berliner looks after the subscriptions service, stands in for our editorial team assistant Claudia, and is always happy to help out as needed.