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The BMDV (Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport) wants to promote an innovation and technology centre for hydrogen. Prognos and their partner evaluate the concepts of four German regions and conduct feasibility studies.
Evaluation of investments in Research & Technological Development infrastructures and activities supported by the ERDF from 2007 to 2013.
For the European Commission, we evaluated the impact of the EU cluster initiatives
The globalisation dynamic is stagnating worldwide. In a study, Prognos develops new growth strategies for the export-oriented German economy.
The hubs are designed to contribute to the development of a digital start-up ecosystem in North Rhine-Westphalia. They have achieved this, as our evaluation for the region's Ministry of Economic Affairs shows.
Bavaria and Germany can make up for the GDP slump caused by Corona by 2022. Prognos prepared a forecast on economic dynamics until 2040 for the vbw.
The journey towards climate neutrality is gaining momentum. Hydrogen is a key building block to achieving it.
Together with the Öko-Institut and the Wuppertal Institute, we have investigated how Germany can achieve its climate targets even before 2050.
Assessment of the security of supply until 2030 of the scenarios KN2050 and KN2045 from the study "Climate Neutral Germany".
For the EU Commission, we evaluate the EU cluster programmes together with CSES and IDEA Consulting Group.
In uncertain times, there is a growing demand for orientation. PEO® delivers independent figures. Based on our economic models we project the coming 25 years.
Prognos is one of the oldest economic research centres in Europe. Founded at the University of Basel, Prognos experts have been conducting research for a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors since 1959 – politically independent, scientifically sound.