For some they’re an important part of Germany’s energy future, for others, a relic of the past that services a technology which should be phased out as soon as possible: synthetic fuels for automotive combustion engines.
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In their drive to build the cars of the future, Germany’s large automakers are focusing increasingly on the computer programming in their vehicles.
Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) will be appearing together with six innovative German partner projects at the ITS World Congress in Los Angeles, held September 18-22 . There will be presentations and free consultations with GTAI experts for international transport businesses interested in exploring opportunities to expand to the heart of Europe.
Germany’s most populous regional state, North Rhine-Westphalia, has announced the winners of the 2022 edition of NRW Global Business AWARD. Taking the honors were companies from the US, Japan, the UK/Ukraine and the German city of Dortmund.
American semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries has announced a massive new investment in its production facility in the eastern German city of Dresden. The project will be worth at least USD one billion.
The ongoing discord between China and the West over Taiwan, which produces two-thirds of the microchips essential to things like mobile phones and cars, has given rise to fears of renewed disruptions to critical supply chains.
We talk to Germany Trade & Invest’s India director Seema Bhardwaj and director general of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce Stefan Halusa about relations between the two economic powerhouses.
American semiconductor manufacturer Vishay is enlarging its production facilities in the northern German city of Itzehoe. The company has purchased three-hectare plot of land as part of a EUR 300 million project to expand its capacities.
“Celebrate the Sun” was the theme of the bash thrown by Munich automotive startup Sono Motors as they unveiled the production model of their flagship vehicle, the Sion, before more than 2000 solar vehicle enthusiasts.
Estonian maker of supercapacitors Skeleton Technologies has committed to a major five-year investment in the Leipzig suburb of Markranstädt in eastern Germany. The company will will utilize technology from German electronics giant Siemens.
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