Research Unit Environmental Technologies and Energy Systems

«Our graduates are able to find engineered solutions in harmony with nature. They methodically approach complex problems and have a grasp of environmental concerns, which is required more than ever.»

Prof. Dr. Ranka Junge

The Research Unit Environmental Technologies and Energy Systems is developing, researching and optimising systems, methods and concepts for energy efficiency, solar and wind energy, nutrient- and water-efficient production, life cycle assessment as well as environmental analysis. A holistic approach is essential to consider all impacts along the whole life cycle of a product or technology, resulting in practical solutions, which are socially, ecologically and economically viable.

Research groups

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