Petroleum-free, with fewer emissions and cheap to produce: the Danish company Cellugy has developed a bioplastic that is 100 percent biodegradable and could one day be seen on our supermarket shelves.
The Syria Solar project aims to equip hospitals in Syria with solar systems to ensure that the local population can get medical care around the clock - even when conventional energy supplies are scarce and the power goes down.
In the Port of Hamburg, an AI-based traffic light system is being developed to help the traffic flow more freely.
A new energy storage system - consisting of huge quantities of rocks - is being tested in the Port of Hamburg.
While most deliveries are still done by truck or car, that could soon be set to change, particularly in urban areas. Sweden's Armadillo cargo bike can transport up to 150 kilograms from A to B - completely emissions-free.