German Greenhouse Emissions Post Major Decline in 2020

Germany reduced the amount of greenhouse gasses it emitted by 739 million tons – or 8.7 percent – last year compared to 2019. That’s according to the German Environment Agency UBA.

E-Bikes Take Quantum Leap During Corona

2020 was watershed year for bicycles, in particular e-bikes and pedelecs, says the German bicycle industry association ZIV.

ESA Tasks German Firms with Challenging Space X

The European Space Agency ESA has commissioned a study from Bremen company EHB and its subsidiary Rocket Factory Augsburg to predict the future demand for space transportation systems as of 2030.

Germany’s Financial Market – What You Need to Know

Germany has traditional been one of the most important financial​ markets in the world. That’s become even more true after Brexit​. Get a quick overview in our animated video.

German Photonics from Earth to Mars

The terrestrial center of Germany’s stellar photonics industry is the region around the eastern city of Jena, but its influence ranges out to asteroids, Mars and beyond.

“New European Bauhaus“ Collects Ideas for Tomorrow

The European Union has opened a website devoted to an environmental, digitalization and quality-of-life initiative, introduced on March 3, called the New European Bauhaus.

German Scientists Invent Robot Lifesaver

A research team from the Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB in Ilmenau – together with the water rescue services of the city of Halle – have developed an autonomous underwater vehicle that can save people from drowning. The aquatic robot is the first of its kind in the world.

Study: Germany Prepared to Undergo EV Battery Boom

A new market analysis by the Brussels environmental protection association Transport & Environment (T&E) predicts a bright future for electric vehicle battery production in Europe’s largest market.

Massive Interest in German Government H2 Aid

Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has noted with satisfaction that as of February 19 some 200 project sketches had been filed for government assistance for developing hydrogen energy.

Mars Perseverance Rover Uses German Photonics

The world’s is currently marveling at the astonishing images being sent back to Earth from the Red Planet by NASA’s Perseverance rover – images taken with the help of camera lenses made by German company Jenoptik.