Cleaner Energy

In the first half of 2019, Germany was able to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from power production by 15 percent year on year. CO2 levels fell from 136 million to 116 million tons.

N2telligent Fire Prevention

N2lligence’s fire protection solutions are based on the idea of using exhaust air from electricity-providing fuel cells to lower the oxygen content to the point that fires cannot ignite.

Germany’s Decentralized Economy

Compared to other countries in Europe the economic strength of Germany is not based on a single region. Did you know that two thirds of German SMEs are based outside urban areas?

Helping Hand for Start-Ups

For four years starting in the fall of 2019, the federal German government will be offering 25 million euros worth of new financial aid to startups. The money explicitly targets non-technical fledgling businesses.

We Campus

Automotive giant Volkswagen has established the think tank “We Campus” with a difference in the heart of Berlin, on Alexanderplatz square.

Unicorns in Germany

Germany’s business unicorn population is growing fast. Find out why the German startup scene, particularly in Berlin, is booming.

6% Increase in German-US Trade thus far in 2019

Despite the threat of trade wars, Germany and the US are doing increased business.

Renewables Records

According to the Fraunhofer Institute, renewables accounted for 47.7 percent of Germany’s electricity production from January to June 2019, up 6.7 percent over the same period in 2018. In June, for the first time ever, solar power was Germany’s leading power source (19 percent), while renewables in general represented 51.9 percent of electricity generated.

Boomtown Berlin

There’s no question which city is Germany’s start-up capital. According to a report by consultancy Ernst & Young, the so-called start-up barometer, 2.1 billion of the 2.8 billion euros invested in fledgling German firms in the first half of 2019 went to Berlin.

A Google for Healthcare in Germany

The company Innoplexus is using blockchaintech to help organize that incredible wealth of knowledge. It’s like Google for healthcare. Innoplexus founder Gunjan Bhardwaj explains his ambitious project.