A multimedia show and a new website illustrate how the energy transition is changing Germans’ everyday lives.
An artificial island is to be created in the North Sea – for a wind power colony in midst of the ocean.
German Federal Minister of the Environment Barbara Hendricks criticizes the current US climate policy plans.
The Fraunhofer Institute is collaborating with Canadian partners on developing a competitive fuel-cell drive.
Scientists from Rostock are helping Bhutan expand its hydropower capacities.
Sebastian Groh has developed a sustainable electricity supply model for households.
Katharina Böhme coordinates the development of the world’s largest solar project in Morocco on behalf of KfW.
Doreen Raschemann helped to transform Feldheim into the first energy self-sufficient village in Germany.
The Energising Development programme is enabling millions of people in Africa to obtain access to electricity.
The expansion of renewable energies has not yet really taken off in Russia. Nevertheless, Germany’s experience in this field is especially acknowledged.