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According to Germany’s Federal Statistical Office, more than two-thirds (67.2 percent) of all new residential buildings completed in 2019 are wholly or partially heated using renewable sources. That’s a new record.
The German government is investing more than EUR 1.5 billion in battery cell research and production – a key element in the country’s planned transition to clean energy and mobility.
The market for agricultural technology and innovation in Germany is growing, driven by digital transformation and global factors such as climate change and population increases. Smart farming can have a big impact on productivity and efficiency – especially for smaller farms.
Germany’s national rail operator Deutsche Bahn is facing the biggest modernization in its history. This bold endeavor will create a range of opportunities for foreign railway equipment suppliers and construction companies.
The trend is clear – all of Germany’s big carmakers are going electric. No wonder that Germany is expected to overtake China as the world’s leading EV producer. And now Tesla’s coming as well.
New laws and a shift in thinking from medical practitioners mean the telemedicine market is expected to become increasingly dynamic in Germany in the coming years. E-healthcare will make many processes more efficient.
With their love of mechanical engineering Germans are particularly fascinated by robots. Germany is among the world’s top 5 users of them. And the robotics turnover in Germany has grown by 50 percent in recent years from EUR 10.4 billion in 2013 to an estimated EUR 15.7 billion in 2019. Watch our video!
Thanks to regulatory changes, Germany is now the third-largest market for medical cannabis in the world. There are lots of legitimate opportunities for international investors in this lucrative growth market, from growing to ready-made medications.
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.