The global explosion of venture capital investment is revolutionizing the start-up landscape in Germany.
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As part of the German National Hydrogen Strategy , which includes EUR two billion for international projects, the national government has launched an initiative it calls the International Hydrogen Ramp-up Program, or H2Uppp.
The French and German governments are putting EUR 17.9 million into five projects aimed at using artificial intelligence to increase sustainability, identify and combat potential epidemics, and protect industry against disruptions to supply chains.
Increasing numbers of women are founding start-ups in Germany and gender-diverse teams are delivering better returns, but there’s still a long way to go toward equality. We look at the challenges facing female entrepreneurs and the rewards of backing them.
2021 was a good year for American firms in Germany. And 2022 is expected to be even better.
Those are two of the main conclusions drawn by the latest edition of the annual AmCham Germany Transatlantic Business Barometer, published on April 7.
Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and the Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection have agreed on a set of national standards for the construction of onshore wind turbines.
Germany’s transition to a clean energy future has picked up additional momentum after the Russian attack on Ukraine. We talked to Thomas Grigoleit, Germany Trade & Invest Director of Energy, Construction and Environmental Technologies about what the future will hold.
Germany and France have signed a declaration together with 16 EU countries to create a EUR 10 billion European Tech Champion Initiative (ETCI).
The basis of the policies of Germany’s new government is a 177-page coalition agreement. What’s in it? We look at four areas: climate action, digitalization, biotech and health, and industry. Watch our video!
Digitalization is one of the top priorities of the new German government, and one of the focuses is on modernizing Germany’s public offices and streamlining often cumbersome, twentieth-century processes.