The Offshore Coalition for Energy and Nature welcomes new Member: Deutsche Umwelthilfe

The Offshore Coalition for Energy and Nature (OCEaN) is pleased to announce their newest Member, the environmental and consumer protection NGO Environmental Action Germany (Deutsche Umwelthilfe).

Joining as a new OCEaN Member,  Environmental Action Germany (Deutsche Umwelthilfe e.V – DUH) is a non-governmental environmental and consumer protection organisation. DUH is a politically independent non-profit organisation, entitled to bring legal action and campaigns on a national and European level. DUH engages in multiple areas of Germany’s and the European energy transformation.

Environmental Action Germany was founded in 1975 and supports all sustainable ways of life and economic systems that respect ecological boundaries. At the same time, the organisation fights for the preservation of biological diversity and the protection of natural assets as well as for climate protection. The organisation is convinced that only energy supplies based on efficiency and regenerative energies, sustainable mobility, the respectful handling of our natural resources and the avoidance of waste will secure life on our planet. 

Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Executive Director of DUH on joining OCEaN:

"DUH promotes a nature-friendly expansion of the offshore wind energy in Europe. We look forward to the cooperation with the industry and other NGOs. We want to develop collectively the best practices that bring together the integration of renewable energy and the protection of the marine biodiversity. By joining OCEaN, DUH also reinforces its position to advocate German policymakers towards an accelerated and ecologically sound rollout of offshore wind parks in Germany’s Exclusive Economic Zone."

OCEaN is proud to welcome DUH and looks forward to collaborating on their many shared interests!


Charlotte Mueller
Manager - Communication

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