A new market analysis by the Brussels environmental protection association Transport & Environment (T&E) predicts a bright future for electric vehicle battery production in Europe’s largest market.
Industries / Energy & Environment
Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has noted with satisfaction that as of February 19 some 200 project sketches had been filed for government assistance for developing hydrogen energy.
The European subsidiary of Ford Motor Company is investing the equivalent of a cool one billion dollars to convert its Cologne factory to produce electric vehicles.
Steel producer Thyssenkrupp is joining forces with power plant operator Steag to build a facility for producing green hydrogen on an industrial scale at the western German Steag plant in Duisburg-Walsum.
With more and more people going vegetarian and vegan, more and more food companies are looking for products that taste like meat but aren’t.
Germany’s telecom companies are going green, converting to clean energy to power their networks, antennas, servers and shops.
In an effort to kick start liquid natural gas in Germany, the Bundestag has allocated EUR 135 million to underwrite LNG tank vessel infrastructure. At present there are no LNG terminals in Germany, something the government hopes to change.
Germany is making impressive progress in its drive to increase the efficiency of home and commercial heating, a number of recent studies indicate.
Germany’s loan high-seas island, Helgoland, may be pretty tiny, but it could play a not insubstantial role in the country’s clean energy future.
An estimated 45 percent of high-temperature process heat in Germany is simply lost in the atmosphere. Heat recovery is playing a crucial role, as wasted heat can be converted into electricity. Some solutions are already being used and the demand for waste heat recovery is constantly growing. Watch our video.