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2019
16 JUL

Holiday homes with swimming pool can become more climate-friendly

A research project shows that CO2 emissions can be reduced significantly by controlling the heating of indoor pools in accordance with the production of wind energy.

Energy Energy storage Energy efficiency Energy systems
10 JUL

DTU Wind Energy took first place in contest

DTU Wind Energy took two first places and one second place in the competition in The Netherlands.

Wind energy Energy
09 JUL

Important to Support Projects Financially

Evaluation of the EUDP support program shows how important it is to support green projects financially. DTU Wind Energy, for example, has been supported by EUDP for the...

Wind energy Energy
08 JUL

Together, we focus on digitalisation and strategy

A cross cutting activity at DTU Wind Energy looks into making a common digitalisation strategy

Wind energy Energy
02 JUL

Roskilde Festival sustainability lab for students

For the tenth time, a group of DTU students used Roskilde Festival as an outdoor laboratory for testing new technologies that can make the festival more sustainable and...

Electricity supply Energy efficiency Wind energy Innovation and product development Entrepreneurship Waste management Building design
01 JUL

Research and development of new technologies take time

Head of Department at DTU Wind Energy Peter Hauge Madsen has some good advice for the politicians when efforts and research funds at the climate area are to be prioritized...

Energy Wind energy
28 JUN

PhD Summer School is a major success

This week, 17 people from several different countries have participated in this year’s PhD Summer School on Remote Sensing for Wind Energy at DTU Risø Campus.

Wind energy Energy
27 JUN

New European Wind Atlas finalized

During the last four years, researchers from all over Europe have been working on creating a New European Wind Atlas. The results are being presented in Brussels today...

Wind energy Energy
24 JUN

Tomorrow’s power grid should be intelligent

A new Danish-Indian project will enable the power grid to sense and compensate for loss of electricity and fluctuating input from green energy sources.

Energy systems Solar energy
17 JUN

New professors at DTU Energy

Anne Hauch and Johan Hjelm have been appointed professors in Electrochemical Materials and Interfaces at DTU Energy.

Energy Energy storage Fuel cells Materials