FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 49/21

to the German edition Threat to banks: Banks have a big problem: they have to get out of activities that bring them a lot of money. Especially a business sector with a high share of [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 48/21

to the German edition Volker Wissing, designierter FDP, Foto: Olaf Kosinsky under the free licence CC BY-SA 3.0-de, by Wikimedia.org Already a spat in the traffic lights in the transport sector? In order [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 46/21

to the German edition The German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Glasgow. (Photo: COP 26 (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by flickr.com Criticism and praise at the end of the World Climate Conference: The day before yesterday, the [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 45/21

to the German edition Photo: Number 10 by flickr.com Johnson calls for results: The world climate conference COP26 in Glasgow has now been running for a week, in the second week British Prime [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 44/21

to the German edition COP 26 begins in Glasgow: COP 26, the World Climate Conference, began in Glasgow on Sunday with scepticism among many participants. Joint success or joint failure - this is how the [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 42/21

to the German edition SPD, Greens and FDP present key points for a possible coalition: 12 euro minimum wage, "super write-offs" for climate protection investments, no tax increases, no softening of the debt brake - SPD, Greens [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter week 41/21

to the German edition photo: BDU German Environmental Award presented: This year's German Environmental Award goes to species conservation expert Katrin Böhning-Gaese and peatland researcher Hans Joosten. Both have "made outstanding achievements in the broad [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 40/21

to the German edition Photo: Twitter FDP and Greens - where they diverge on climate protection: soundings are being taken and a Twitter post made the rounds. Where, according to the big question of the [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 39/21

to the German edition Difficult coalition negotiations expected: The election result in the Bundestag election is not clear at the time of going to press, with the CDU and SPD candidates for chancellor, Arnim Laschet [...]

PwC-Wasserstoffrechner zeigt, ab wann sich H2-Anwendungen rentieren

Eine der großen Kritikpunkte an Wasserstofftechnologien ist der, dass es heißt, Wsserstofftechnologien seien zu teuer. Ein neuer Wasserstoffrechner von PwC Deutschland zeigt jetzt potenziellen Nutzern und Nutzerinnen eine  rasche Ersteinschätzung zur Wirtschaftlichkeit von H2-Vorhaben. Immer [...]