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Welcome to the KIT Energy Center

The KIT Energy Center with its 1250 employees is one of the largest energy research centers in Europe. It bundels the energy research activities of the KIT, the merger of the former Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and Universität Karlsruhe and reknown cooperation partners. By this, it crosses the lines between disciplines and combines fundamental and applied research in all relevant energies for industry, household, service and mobility.

 

The involved institutes and research groups conduct the research work on their own authority. The joining of subjects, the interdisciplinary collaboration of scientists, and the common use of high-end devices and installations, develops a new quality of research and teaching. The KIT Energy Center develops solutions in energy technology from a single source and acts as a highly valuable consultancy institution for politics, business, and society in all questions of energy.

The working areas of the KIT Energy Center are structured in seven topics.

 

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Experten bündeln Knowhow
Energiewende: Energienetzexperten bündeln Knowhow

Energiewende funktioniert nur über ein smartes Gesamtnetz – Speichertechnologien und deren Integration entscheidend für eine stabile Versorgung – KIT koordiniert europäisches Forschungsprojekt

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MINTernship-Programm
International MINTernship Program: US Students at KIT

Three students of the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte, who passed a research internship at KIT under the MINTernship Program, were bid farewell at the Karlsruhe Office of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

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Solarbrille
Solarenergie aus der Sonnenbrille

Beitrag aus SWR Aktuell Baden-Württemberg vom 18.7.2017

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KIT-Schaufenster
Grundsteinlegung Power-to-Gas-Anlage Falkenhagen

Am 06.07.2017 fand die feierliche Grundsteinlegung zur Erweiterung der Power-to-Gas-Anlage im brandenburgischen Falkenhagen statt. Im Rahmen des EU-Demonstrations-vorhabens STORE&GO wird die von Uniper betriebene PtG-Anlage in Falkenhagen um eine 1 MW  Methanisierungsanlage erweitert.

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Lithium-Ionen-Batterien
Mit Schwefel Sonnenenergie speichern

Geschlossener Stoffkreislauf auf Basis der Verbrennung von Schwefel soll Sonnenenergie für die Nacht speichern und erneuerbare Energien grundlastfähig machen

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Gemeinsam die Energiewende gestalten

Erste Ergebnisse der „Forschungspartnerschaft Karlsruhe Energie“ / Vier Partner aus Karlsruhe bringen ihre sich ergänzenden Kompetenzen im Rahmen der Energiewende zusammen

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Power-to-Liquid: Pilot Operation of First Compact Plant

First Compact Plant Worldwide for Synthetic Fuels from Solar Energy and Carbon Dioxide extracted from Air to Start in Finland / KIT Spinoff INERATEC Supplies Key Component

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Microbes Produce Organic Plastics from Flue Gas and Electricity

BioElectroPlast: New Biocatalyst Uses Carbon Dioxide and Regenerative Power for Low-cost Microbial Electrosynthesis

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Heating Apartment Houses Sustainably

Project Alliance of Research, Heating Manufacturers, and Housing Industry Develops Sustainable Energy Concepts and Heating Systems for Existing Apartment Houses

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Record for Perovskite/CIGS Tandem Solar Module

Prototype of a Perovskite/CIGS Tandem Thin-Film Solar Module Achieves an Efficiency of 17.8 Percent / First-Ever to Surpass the Efficiency of Single Perovskite and CIGS Solar Modules

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ENSURE Is to Condition Grids for the Energy Turnaround

ENSURE Consortium Is One of Four “Kopernikus Projects for the Energy Turnaround” of the Federal Government – EUR 30 Million Funding – Enhancing Compatibility of Central and Decentralized Power Supply

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