Germany has shattered a series of records for green electricity production in 2019. But how can companies get involved in the transition to sustainability? As our latest video shows, the opportunities go well beyond wind turbines and solar cells.
Luxembourgish chemicals company Orion Engineered Carbons is planning to expand its presence in Cologne.
The first half of 2019 was a watershed in the electric-vehicle market. According to a study by the Center of Automotive Management (CAM), Germany led the way for the first time ever in newly registered e-automobiles with 48,000.
Denmark robotics company OnRobot has established its first German subsidiary in the town of Soest.
One challenge connected with wind energy is what to do when turbines produce more energy than grids can handle, forcing shutdowns. The Wind to Gas Energy company in Brunsbüttel, north of Hamburg, is devoted to addressing this problem.
Three decades ago, the Berlin Wall – the enduring symbol of the Cold War – was opened, and the process of reunifying West and East Germany began. Today the six eastern states are full of success stories and unique business opportunities.
A little something for the environment every time users do an Internet search – that’s the idea behind Ecosia, the world’s first ecological search engine.
Japanese automation systems company RORZE has established a sales and service location in Dresden, the capital of the state of Saxony.
There’s no better label for products around the world than “Made in Germany.” That’s the conclusion of a new study carried out by the online survey platform YouGov and Cambridge University in the UK.
German companies spend an average of two million euros a year to revitalize used products.