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Green-tech innovations from Dresden

Sustainable and future-oriented

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Greentech City Dresden

Climate change and resource shortages are forcing people to change the way they live and do business. Dresden-made ‘green tech’ is already helping them get closer to achieving this goal. Over 360 key figures in the Saxon state capital are focusing their energies on green technology. These include around 70 research institutes and more than 270 businesses, from start-ups, university spin-offs and SMEs to internationally operating corporate groups. The green-tech cluster has already launched a number of internationally acclaimed technologies that have proven to be profitable, with double-digit sales increasing a common occurrence for the local environmental-tech businesses. And given the various climate challenges ahead, Dresden-made green tech is expected to keep growing strongly in the years to come.

Green-tech innovations

Anybrid
© Anybrid

Anybrid

Using mobile injection-moulding technology to create new moulds in manufacturing

Biofabrik
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung

Biofabrik

Scalable solutions for gigantic problems

Carl & Carla
© CarlundCarla

Carl & Carla

Rental transporters from Dresden taking Germany by storm

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden

The nanotechnology and electronics of tomorrow

Cloud&Heat Technologies
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung

Cloud&Heat Technologies

#futureofcompute

C3/Tudalit
© Iurii Vakaliuk, IMB, TU Dresden

C3/Tudalit

How carbon concrete is making the construction industry more sustainable

DAS
© DAS Environmental Expert GmbH

DAS

Clean air and water ‘made in Germany’

Fraunhofer FEP
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung Dresden / intoVR

Fraunhofer FEP

Cutting-edge research

Fraunhofer IPMS
© Fraunhofer Mikroelektronik

Fraunhofer IPMS

Electronics for energy-saving information and communication technology
Fraunhofer IWS
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung

Fraunhofer IWS

Integrable custom solutions, cost-effective SME solutions and complete, industrial-scale solutions

Heliatek
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung Dresden

Heliatek

The innovative solar film

Herone
© Herone GmbH

Herone

Cheaper, faster and eco-friendlier – with series-produced lightweight components

University of Applied Sciences Dresden
© HTWD_Karl Wild

University of Applied Sciences Dresden

Agri-Photovoltaics: Solar power generation and agricultural production in one field

ILK
© Tanja Kirsten

ILK

The lightweight road to success

ITM
© ITM

ITM

The TU Dresden’s ‘high-tech tailors’

ITM Linde Electrolysis
© Amt für Wirtschaftsförderung

ITM Linde Electrolysis

Green hydrogen for industry

NOVUM Engineering
© NOVUM Engineering

NOVUM Engineering

Sustainable batteries through AI

Solarwatt
© Solarwatt

Solarwatt

Powering a better tomorrow

Sunfire
© Sunfire

Sunfire

Replacing fossil fuels with electrolysis