New policies in Schleswig- Holstein create opportunities

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New policies in SchleswigHolstein create opportunities
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Regional innovation scoreboard
SchleswigHolstein
Bremen
NoordHolland
Hamburg
R&D expenditure in the business
sector
0.312
0.414
0.324
0.467
Non-R&D innovation expenditures
0.332
0.316
0.417
0.316
Population with tertiary education
0.333
0.457
0.739
0.559
R&D expenditure in the public
sector
0.405
0.782
0.586
0.517
Innovative SMEs collaborating with
others
0.415
0.339
0.464
0.401
EPO patent application
0.451
0.258
0.300
0.378
Employment in knowledge intensive
areas
0.499
0.625
0.583
0.735
Sales of new to market and new to
firm innovations
0.511
0.462
0.551
0.497
SMEs innovating in-house
0.655
0.580
0.507
0.641
SMEs introducing marketing or
organizational innovations
0.760
0.726
0.392
0.768
SMEs introducing product or
process innovations
0.930
0.860
0.667
0.917
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Energy Targets
EU
Germany
Netherlands
CO2 target (base is
1990)
20% in 2020 and 40%
in 2030
40% in 2020 and 55%
in 2030
20% in 2020
Renewables target
20% in 2020 and 27%
in 2030
18% in 2020
14% in 2020 and 16%
in 2023
Energy Efficiency target
(base is 2001)
20% in 2020 and 27%
in 2030
Power demand
reduction of 10% in
2020 compared to 2008
20% in 2020
Long term aim
80% to 95% CO2
reduction in 2050
80% to 95% CO2
reduction in 2050 and
80% of renewable
electricity generation
‘climate neutral’ energy
supply by 2050
Wind energy
(capacity 2014)
121.6 GW
39.2 GW
2.8 GW
Installed capacity on
land (2014)
113.6 GW (93%)
38.2 GW (97%)
2.6 GW (93%)
Installed capacity
offshore (2014)
8.0 GW (7%)
1.0 GW (3%)
0.2 GW (7%)
Target offshore wind
energy
No target as this is up
to the member states
6.5 GW by 2020 and
15 GW by 2030
3.45 GW by 2020 and
4.5 GW by 2023
Number of ofshore
windfarms
74
16
2
Number of offshore
turbines
2.488
258
96
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Exports
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Change 2013-2012
Netherlands
1 538 533
1 258 019
22.3%
Denmark
1 461 704
1 559 700
-6.3%
US
1 353 043
1 343 100
0.7%
UK
1 248 933
1 255 597
-0.5%
France
1 146 781
1 118 171
2.6%
China
928 703
958 537
-3.1%
Italy
870 417
876 257
-0.7%
Russian Federation
600 639
575 336
4.4%
Sweden
550 150
515 069
6.8%
Japan
255 306
274 147
-6.9%
Norway
245 580
266 265
-7.8%
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2013
2012
in 1 000 Euro
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Imports
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€
€
2013
2012
in 1 000 Euro
Change 2013-2012
Denmark
2 644 825
2 734 880
-3.3%
China
2 046 922
2 457 968
-16.7%
Sweden
1 425 247
1 344 595
6.0%
Netherlands
1 239 311
1 307 702
-5.2%
Norway
1 182 923
674 387
75.4%
US
1 041 541
985 825
5.7%
France
945 969
937 433
0.9%
UK
927 538
1 147 098
-19.1%
Italy
686 781
737 777
-6.9%
Russian Federation
318 286
593 655
-46.4%
Japan
300 895
329 788
-8.8%
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DB 2015
Rank
DB 2014
Rank
Getting Electricity
3
2
Resolving Insolvency
3
3
Ease of doing business
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Dealing w ith Construction Permits
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8
7
Enf orcing Contracts
13
13
Trading Across Borders
18
16
Getting Credit
23
19
Protecting Minority Investors
51
50
Paying Taxes
68
64
Registering Property
89
80
Starting a Business
114
103
Global competitiveness index
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€
Netherlands
Germany
Quality of roads
6.14
5.88
Intensity of local competition
5.87
5.91
Burden of customs procedures
5.63
4.69
Quality of railroad infrastructure
5.62
5.66
Cooperation in labor-employer relations
5.54
5.22
Business costs of crime and violence
5.23
5.18
Country capacity to retain talent
4.85
5.06
Prevalence of trade barriers
4.82
4.28
Strength of investor protection
4.70
5.00
Burden of government regulation
3.94
3.60
Effect of taxation on incentives to work
3.75
3.70
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