March 2022

The MOU Milestone

March 31 marked a very special day for FLUXUM Gernsheim. A memorandum of understanding was signed in Wiesbaden, Germany together with Tarek Al-Wazir and further members of the state government of Hesse. Read the following to find out what this means for our GreenTech Park – and what possibilities it will lead to.

Signing of the memorandum of understanding with the German federal state of Hesse

At the end ofMarch, we reached a milestone in the development of FLUXUM Gernsheim.  Hesse’s ministers of economics (Tarek Al-Wazir), finance (Michael Boddenberg) and science (Angela Dorn) jointly signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU)with Merck Executive Board member and CEO Electronics Kai Beckmann. With this,Merck and the state government of Hesse have committed to building and operating a so-called Accelerator. The task of this innovation center is to support industrial GreenTech start-ups with their technical and commercial further development.  Well-established companies will also have the opportunity to develop green tech innovations, business models and their start-ups there.

Kai Beckmann, Michael Boddenberg, Angela Dorn, Tarek Al-Wazir (f.l.t.r.) at the signing of the MOU

“The Accelerator’s offering is targeted to companies dealing with innovative and sustainable fields and topics such as energy efficiency, circular economy and future mobility solutions.”  We are extremely pleased that the state of Hesse is so actively engaged here.” - Kai Beckmann, Merck Executive Board member and CEO Electronics, during the event in Wiesbaden.

Click here to read the news release

Everything at a glance: Our new site brochure is available

Clear, compact, informative: Our digital site brochure contains the key facts about  FLUXUM Gernsheim.   Find out for instance

·  About the status quo

·  Why you should definitely count on FLUXUM Gernsheim

·  What makes our vision special

·  Why GreenTech is considered a global growth driver

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Green energy for a greener future

Did you know that FLUXUM Gernsheim has its own floating photovoltaic system? It’s around 1,40in size and generates 147,500 kWh of electricity per year – allowing us to save around 60 metric tons of COper year.

But that’s not all:  The system also serves to provide shading to the re cooling water supply and lowers the use of ozone to reduce algae growth.


In this spirit, I wish you every success and the best of health!