Mobility innovation; Luxembourg maintains its AAA rating

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December 2022 ISSUE #59

Sustainable mobility solutions: “Start-ups welcome”

Facilitating smart, efficient and sustainable mobility is a major objective of the Luxembourg government. Crossroads Magazine spoke to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Mobility and Public Works, François Bausch, about his plans for the future and the need for mobility innovation.

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Spearheading mobility innovation

Luxembourg is committed to the use of innovative and sustainable mobility solutions. Massive infrastructure and public transport investment and R&D and business partnership opportunities, makes the country an excellent testbed for mobility innovation for the European market.

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Luxembourg maintains its AAA rating

Credit rating agency DBRS Morningstar has once again awarded Luxembourg its AAA rating with a stable outlook, thereby confirming its belief in the country’s growth and stable public finances.

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Sienza Energy develops European HQ in Luxembourg

Californian start-up Sienza Energy develops high-energy batteries that could be a radical game changer for electric vehicles. The company has chosen to locate its European HQ in Luxembourg with the ambition to perform key R&D activities.

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Implementing self-driving vehicles

In the coming years, autonomous vehicles are expected to revolutionise mobility. Crossroads Magazine spoke to the University of Luxembourg and bus and travel specialist Sales-Lentz about their contributions to making self-driving vehicles a reality.

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A Luxembourg testbed for optimising electrical vehicle fleet charging

German start-up RiDERgy provides companies with innovative tools for electrifying their vehicle fleet and optimising electric vehicle charging. The company has chosen Luxembourg as the testbed for perfecting and commercialising its offering.

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I welcome all start-ups and companies to come here and test and experiment with their new, sustainable mobility solutions.

François Bausch, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Mobility and Public Works

Luxinnovation and South Korean KAIST GCC to cooperate

Luxinnovation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Global Commercialization Center of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST GCC) on 28 November 2022. The main objective is to facilitate business and investment opportunities for South Korean companies in Luxembourg.

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Luxinnovation and the City of Tsukuba to facilitate innovation

On 2 December 2022, Luxinnovation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Tsukuba, a leading centre for research and innovation in Japan. The two organisations will cooperate to promote economic development and innovation and provide mutual support to innovative companies.

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Luxembourg living

For centuries, the landscape along the Moselle has been shaped by viticulture. Even the Romans appreciated the terroir in the south-east of Luxembourg. In a recent article, Visit Luxembourg explores the vineyards in the south-east of the country.

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