New Electricity App

Can consumers save money by running appliances and charging batteries when electricity prices are lowest? Tibber says they can, and this spring the Norwegian start-up brought its services to Germany.

Space Race

It’s lift-off at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) for the agency’s commercial microlauncher competition.

Renewables Take Charge

The first quarter of 2020 was a historic one for renewable electricity in Germany. According to the Federal Statistical Office, renewables produced 72.3 billion kilowatt hours of electricity or more than half – 51.2 percent – of total feed-in during the three-month period.

Automotive Systems Software

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’s Energy Security

Reliable energy supplies are a sine qua non for doing business, so there were smiles in Germany when the country came out top in the 2020 Global Energy Security Index of scholar platform MDPI.

A Certain Musical Genius

German music technology is used by major international artists and respected around the world. Even so, many music tech start-ups with clever and cutting-edge products are suffering from a general lack of investment.

Solar Park To Potentially Replace Coal Plants

Swiss company Meyer Burger has put forward an idea for the Hambach mine in industrial North Rhine-Westphalia: flood the site and use it as a floating solar power facility.

Global Delivery Centers in Germany – Current Conditions

Interview with GTAI-expert Dr. Josefine Dutschmann published in the “Outsourcing Journal – Online Edition” about Germany becoming increasingly attractive for global delivery center providers.

Solar Biodiversity and Social Acceptance

Solar parks are good for the environment – in multiple senses. That’s the conclusion of a study carried out by the Association of Energy Market Innovators (bne) looking at 75 parks in Germany.

Mass Production of Stem Cells

Stem cells are a vital element in biotechnology research, but so far they have been difficult to mass produce. Dresden start-up denovoMATRIX wants to change all that.