German automotive parts company ElringKlinger is joining forces with France’s Plastic Omnium to form a joint subsidiary, Ekpo Fuel Cell Technologies, which will focus on hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Why does it pay to come to Germany? What are the USP’s of this location, rated one of the most attractive business environments in the world? Our “Location”-pieces answer these questions.
The EU has officially set itself the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050. The European green deal sets out the legal framework to achieve that. What does it all mean for business in Germany? Find out in our new video.
In the aftermath of the German government’s announcement of a four-week temporary lockdown, German Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy Peter Altmaier has said the state would address its negative economic impact.
In response to rising Covid-19 infection figures in Germany and across Europe, the federal German government and the sixteen regional German states have imposed a number of new restrictions, effective from November 2 until the end of the month. The new measures are aimed at controlling the pandemic.
Increasing numbers of British companies are setting up new bases in Germany in order to maintain an all-important foothold in the European Union. There has been a surge in the number of companies wishing to extend trademarks and patents into the trade bloc.
Germany leads the pack the pack in the 2020 Anhalt Ipsos Nation Brands Index (NBI). It’s the fourth straight year and the sixth time overall that Germany topped the annual ranking of fifty countries by the French market research group.
Solar energy facilities have fed some 43 billion kWh of electricity into Germany’s national grid.
Brazil, Colombia and Ethiopia may be the countries most people think off when it comes to coffee beans, but it’s Germany that actually leads the way when it comes to other coffee products, according to the Federal Statistical Office.
Construction has commenced in the western German regional state of Hessen, home to Germany’s financial capital Frankfurt, on a hydrogen fuel station for an ambitious public transport project.
Germany’s four major coal-producing regions are going to be at the center of Germany’s energy future. Our new video explores the innovations and transformations reshaping these areas: the Lusatia, Central Germany, Helmstedt and Rhine coal regions.