present themselves in "Storage Technologies 2013 – Markets and Supplier at a Glance".
ought to be invested globally each year to assure climate friendly energy production.
The Autodesk Clean Tech Partner Program invests in both leading and emerging clean tech companies...
EuPD Research Chief Analyst Markus Lohr forecasts new Photovoltaic Installations in Germany.
The "Energiewende" is a political approach high on the agenda of politics, economics and science. So far, however, remain the concepts of the "Energiewende" often unclear in the public.
The DCTI has dealt extensively with the issue and substantiates the term. Moreover, the relationship of CleanTech and the "Energiewende" is analyzed. Industry cycles and concrete applications are also subject of the analysis.
Furthermore, the DCTI raises the awareness of CleanTech innovations by awarding the seal "Clean Energy Innovation" to products which contribute to the "Energiewende".
One excellent product is the safety coupling "eSafe" by CEJN. Read more about it »
We would like to congratulate our partner Thomas Lloyd on the success of this year’s CleanTech Kongress Europa. Together with Thomas Lloyd, top-class keynote speakers discussed global CleanTechnology and climate protection trends in front of an audience of 1200 guests.
The 38th governor of the State of California Arnold Schwarzenegger gave an overview of his political and personal commitment to CleanTech, whilst the renowned political consultant Lord Nicholas Stern of Brentford shared the latest information from this year’s World Economic Forum. However, perhaps the most striking and emotional appeal to the audience was that of his Highness Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Ali Al Nuaimi. Please click here for further information.
The Briefing will tackle the current trends and challenges experienced by the German PV market and will discuss solutions and recommendations for 2013/2014. Topics current to the industry such as EEG, PPA’s, storage and FIT independent business models are the buzzwords of the 6th German PV Market Briefing ». What can be expected from the German PV market in 2013? How are prices and segments developing? What kind of alternative FIT-independent business cases are there?
The German CleanTech Institute (DCTI) is an independent, private-sector economic research institute, specialized in the national and international research of “clean technologies”. Our central responsibilities are the observation, analysis and evaluation of macroeconomic and industry-specific developments and relationships. On the basis of these scientific insights, the DCTI deducts workable concepts and develops targeted advice and information solutions. »