Berlin-based startup Chargery has designed a power delivery service with perks.
Harnessing the power of plasma.
New production process will save lives.
Swiss software pioneer Netcetera came to Berlin.
In September 2018, Germany Trade & Invest launched “Germany Works.,” an integrated global campaign to promote the country as a premier business location for foreign investors. Melanie Wiegand, GTAI’s director of strategic marketing, lifts the lid on the operation.
The group is now investing some EUR 300 million to build a high-tech new home in Jena for the roughly 2,100 employees of its Jena-based subsidiaries.
Although they are currently forbidden in Germany, the federal ministries are reportedly working on changing legal regulations to give such scooters the green light very soon and thereby add them to the growing mix of urban mobility options.
The stations will be housed in some of the roughly 20,000 telephone columns and booths as well as gray cable distribution boxes, which have grown less necessary as consumers increasingly migrate to mobile telephony.
At the end of last year, Germany’s first solar bicycle path was inaugurated in Erftstadt, a town about 20 kilometers southwest of Cologne.
The economics ministers of France and Germany signed off on a declaration that could pave the way for EU compliant support for large-scale battery cell production in Germany.