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SimRa – Cycling research project

On the initiative of the cycling group of Mitmachstadt Hoyerswerda, the Hoyerswerda region is now part of the research project “Safety in Cycling” (SimRa) of the Technical University of Berlin and the Einstein Center for Digital Future. Every cyclist in Hoyerswerda and the surrounding area can participate by using the SimRa app and thus become part of the “SimRadelnden” community.

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Kick-off for two further structural change projects

On Wednesday the symbolic starting signal was given for the implementation of two further structural change projects in Hoyerswerda, the future “Neustadtforum” and the “Kommunalen Energitzentren Lausitz – Datahub”. Saxony’s Minister of State for Regional Development Thomas Schmidt handed over the two funding notices to the city.

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TU Dresden visits Hoyerswerda

About 40 people from the Chair of Automotive Engineering at TU Dresden visited Hoyerswerda as part of an excursion. The first stop was the MITMACH laboratory, which is still in the process of being built. Here Sebastian Schindler from the structural change project team presented, among other things, the image campaign “#WHY! – Change in Hoyerswerda” image campaign and the plans for the MITMACHLabor.

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On September 4th, an important meeting took place at the Federal Ministry of Economics in Berlin, where ten representatives of the LAUSITZRUNDE municipal alliance were received by Federal Minister Dr. Robert Habeck. During the meeting, various topics were discussed, including “municipal heat planning”.

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Hoyerswerda celebrates!

From September 8 to 10 the city will become a colourful and lively festival, where locals and visitors come together to enjoy a diverse cultural programme and festive atmosphere. The #WHY!-Team will also be at the 26th Hoyerswerda City Festival with an own information stand and will report on structural change and much more.

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Winning skilled workers

Lusatia needs new approaches to be perceived as an attractive region. Because the demand for skilled workers in the region is enormous and continues to grow. The industrial park “Schwarze Pumpe” for example needs up to 5,000 skilled workers in the coming years. In the surrounding region further new jobs of this magnitude are expected. Joint action is needed to meet this challenge.

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