The eastern German regional state of Brandenburg has invested more than EUR 38.5 million in the Center for Hybrid Electric Systems in Cottbus (CHESCO), a new research institution focusing on environmentally friendly short- to medium-haul flight.
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Construction is starting at a gas works in Lingen in the Emsland region of northern Germany on a pilot pipeline for transporting hydrogen.
The new German government wants to put the wind back in the sails of the country’s production of renewable energy. And one major component of that policy is wind energy itself.
More than 20 percent – that’s how many more electric vehicle charging stations Europe’s automotive heartland had in December 2021 than in December 2020.
The cabinet of the new German government under Chancellor Olaf Scholz has decided to increase funding for the existing Energy and Climate Fund (EKF) by a whopping EUR 60 billion.
EUR 27 billion – that’s how much leading energy company E.on says it’s prepared to put into Germany’s transition to green energy, with the lion’s share of that money going to improving the country’s power grid.
A new study published by Center of Automotive Management (CAM) and pollsters YouGov – the Electric Car Market & Innovation Report 2021 – confirms Germany’s predominance in the European electric vehicle sector.
The solar industry in Germany has emerged from a period of slow growth and is back on track, thanks to the country’s ambitious climate goals and a little help from international companies.
Amidst the crucial COP 26 summit in Glasgow, two studies indicate the extent to which Germany will have to invest in climate protection – and how it stands to benefit economically.
As part of the drive toward carbon neutrality, the German Ministry of Education and Research has created a new EUR 20 million fund to encourage the development of “methods for the removal of atmospheric carbon dioxide.” The program will be available to research projects for the next three years.