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For decades Germany has been the global pioneer in applying renewable energy and environmental technologies. The energy transition continues to be an integral part of Germany’s energy landscape with ambitious goals to cut CO2 emissions by 80% and increase the share of renewable energy in total energy consumption to 60% by 2050.

Investments in offshore wind, photovoltaics, grid expansion and energy storage projects will be necessary as well as the implementation of a new, smart energy infrastructure that can balance the fluctuating supply of renewable sources. Energy efficiency will play a central role.

Our team of industry experts are on-hand to support your company in identifying relevant opportunities and becoming part of Germany’s energy transition.

Germany's Renewable Energy Revolution

Bioenergy Industry

Bioenergy makes a significant contribution to today's renewable energy supply: on the global level, on the European level and also on the national level in Germany.


Energy Efficiency in Buildings

85 percent of the energy consumed by Germany’s private households is used for heating and hot water. With two thirds of the heating systems in Germany considered inefficient, upgrading old systems is a growing priority.


Energy efficiency in industry

Germany is Europe’s manufacturing powerhouse and consistently emphasizes energy efficiency in industrial production.


Energy Infrastructure

Major investments in the expansion of the transmission and distribution networks are planned as a result of renewable energy integration and the growing consolidation of Europe’s energy markets.


Energy Storage

Germany is taking the lead in both energy storage and fuel cell technologies - as a market, development platform and export hub.


Electric Vehicles Charging Infrastructure

Electric mobility will play a key role in the future energy system in Germany. Germany has set itself the goal of becoming the leading market and provider for electric mobility.


Natural Gas and LNG

Natural Gas’s global growth position is underpinned by: its advantages over other fossil fuels in emissions abatement, its cost competitiveness, and its complementary (non-disruptive) integration into existing energy infrastructure.



Solar energy plays a key role in Germany’s sustainable energy future and is already one of the most important renewable energy sources for both the supply of electricity and heating.


Wind Energy

Germany's wind energy industry is one of the world's largest, and it is at the forefront of technological development.


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Luc Jacquet, CEO and Founder, BOOSTHEAT

"Germany’s long tradition in the heating sector makes the country very attractive for a new actor in the energy ecosystem like BOOSTHEAT. Germany also stands out for its high environmental standards and willingness to implement green energy. For a company like BOOSTHEAT – that has developed the most efficient gas heat pump in the world – the German market represents a great opportunity.“

Gian Luigi Montorsi, Entrepreneur & CEO, Brulli Energia GmbH | © Brulli Energia GmbH + GTAI

Gian Luigi Montorsi, Entrepreneur & CEO, Brulli Energia GmbH

"Germany has the largest energy production pool in Europe, with a very challenging switching strategy from nuclear and fossil fuels to renewable sources. Moreover, it has one of the most efficient and reliable financing export platform systems with top-ranking reputable manufacturer industries in the world. We decided to set-up our international investment headquarters for hydro power plants and energy transmission grid in Germany in order to benefit from the opportunities these first-class industrial and financial services provide, in order to export the resulting model worldwide“.

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Auf Auslandsmärkten boomt der Ausbau von Wind- und Solarenergie. Investitionen in Speichertechnologien, Netze, Smart Grids und Smart Meter ziehen ebenso an. Technologien für Energieeffizienzprojekte „made in Germany“ sind weltweit gefragt. [nur auf Deutsch].


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