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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | innovation | People at thyssenkrupp | Sustainability and climate protection | To date women are underrepresented in many areas - including in industrial companies such as thyssenkrupp. On the occasion of international women's day, we spoke to Dr. Anika Stein about her passion for special machinery. As head of Defense Systems at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems in Kiel, she heads a team of top-class engineers and technicians. Together with her colleagues, Dr. Stein builds submarines. She explains why each submarine is a unique result of technical expertise and teamwork - and why she pursues her career in a male-dominated industry.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | People at thyssenkrupp | Sustainability and climate protection | Women are still under-represented in many areas of industry - at thyssenkrupp as well. Is anything changing at all? On International Women's Day on March 8th we had a conversation with Sandra Reus. She has been working in "Environmental and Climate Affairs, Sustainability" at thyssenkrupp Steel since 2011. As an expert on climate policy, she analyzes legislative projects and initiatives and what effects they have on the company. Sandra Reus tells how she has mastered the way to her current position.
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energy concepts | mobility of the future | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | Urbanization | Car journeys, air travel and shipping are an integral part of our globalized world, but they also pose a threat to our climate. Alternative fuels made from biomass or based on hydrogen offer promising solutions for the mobility dilemma: with the right technologies, they are climate-neutrally producible and thus a great hope for the energy turnaround.
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energy concepts | innovation | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | In order to achieve the Paris Agreement climate targets, we must significantly increase the share of renewable energies. By 2030, for example, 65 percent of our gross electricity consumption is to come from renewable energies – today this figure is only 37.8 percent. So there are still a few challenges to overcome before we can look back with pride on a successful energy turnaround. These three technologies could help us close the impending supply gap.