Energy Efficiency

The Energy Transition Dividend: Innovation at home, success worldwide

The Paris Agreement on climate change was ratified on November 4, 2016. From a political perspective, this will give an additional boost to exports of sustainable energy technologies.

Exporting the Energy Transition

Working Group II will examine the market prospects of energy technologies in Europe, China and Indonesia at this year's Members' Meeting on November 11, 2016 in Berlin.

NAPE position paper and climate protection action program 2020

Germany and the European Union (EU) have set their sights on ambitious energy and climate policy objectives that can be reached using modern technologies.

VDMA: Climate summit needs binding and ambitious goals

Climate protection is a global challenge that affects more than just the industrialised nations,” says Denz. “Intelligent climate protection also has to take economic aspects into consideration.

Exporting energy transition

The industry’s high export figures clearly show that our technologies are valued all around the world. Focusing on the development of energy technologies in the target markets of Europe, China and Indonesia, our speakers provide practical tips on export opportunities under various market conditions.

Efficient and renewable energies reduce carbon dioxide increase

For the second year in a row, there was no increase in worldwide carbon dioxide emissions caused by the energy sector. This underscores the success of efficiency technologies and renewable energy systems, but additional innovations require a vibrant domestic market.

Exporting the transition to alternative energies

The industry's high export figures clearly show that our technologies are valued all around the world. Focusing on the development of energy technologies in the target markets of Europe, China and Indonesia, our speakers provide practical tips on export opportunities under various market conditions.