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Crypto currencies and digital payment methods have been fuelling the emergence of new trends and developments in the financial sector for several years; and they’ve gained significant impetus. Regulatory bodies are also reacting to the phenomenon by bringing order to the system. In this blog post, I’ll explain what consequences these developments have for the banking market and what the future of crypto currencies and digital assets might look like.

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Cloud computing has become an essential part of the IT strategy for the majority of companies in Germany. Software as a Service (SaaS) and cloud-based infrastructure services in particular are the preferred means for meeting the challenges of digitalisation. In my blog post, I’ll describe the transition from the cloud to ‘real’ Software as a Service and show you its benefits.

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Sustainability and environmental protection are topics that are now part of our daily lives. The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals have been designated by Germany’s current federal government as a guideline for political action. If we want to truly understand environmental problems, systematically analyse them and take action against them using IT systems, we must draw on our most crucial tool: environmental data. In my blog post, I’ll give you an overview of the possible ways to apply artificial intelligence (AI) to the field of environmental protection.

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12.04.2022 By Julius Glaser and Zoe Holdt

Hydrogen – the fuel of the future?

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Hydrogen vehicles are characterised by short refuelling times, long driving ranges and powerful acceleration. They enable emission-free mobility that’s in line with sustainable energy transition. You’ll learn what this is all about in our blog post.

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07.04.2022 By Ilias El Haouati, Simon Bächle and Ellen Szczepaniak

Renewable energies are too volatile – is a blackout imminent?

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Again and again, it’s claimed that Germany is under threat of experiencing a blackout due to renewable energies. But is this true? What causes a blackout, and how likely is it? We’ll answer this question in our blog post.

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05.04.2022 By Stephen Lorenzen, Georg Benhöfer and Lars Zimmermann

‘Emergency Plan for Gas’ – Robert Habeck declares early warning level

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Robert Habeck, German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, declared the early warning level of the Emergency Plan for Gas on 30 March 2022. In this blog post, we’d like to inform you of what this means for the security of supply in our country, what effects it can have on industry as well as private households, what the plan actually is and what processes it entails.

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29.03.2022 By Florian Petermann, Andreas Honert and Stefan Hilmer

The agile regression trap

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Sometimes people, organisations or companies that have gone through a long agile transition fall back into old habits. In our blog post, we will first define the term ‘agile regression’, identify the causes and triggers that can set off agile regression and then outline the signs that point to regression being imminent.

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22.03.2022 By Julius Glaser and Zoe Holdt

Hydrogen – homework for policymakers

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Above all, using green hydrogen as a sustainable and climate-neutral energy carrier may be the key to a more sustainable energy economy. In our blog post, you’ll find out why it’s more important than ever for policymakers to think beyond short-term actions.

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11.03.2022 By Stephen Lorenzen, Georg Benhöfer and Lars Zimmermann

The levy under the German Renewable Energy Sources Act has been abolished – so now what?

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For weeks, the issue of rising energy prices has been a constant presence in the media and the attack on Ukraine by Russian troops has now added to the urgency of the issue. The German federal government has announced that it will abolish the levy under the German Renewable Energy Sources Act as of 1 July 2022 in order to relieve the financial burden on electricity customers. In our blog post, we will explain what other consequences abolishing the levy might have.

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