Tejs Vegge

Tejs Vegge

Professor, Head of Section

Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark

Anker Engelunds Vej

Building 301, room 113

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Photo: Mikal Schlosser
30 SEP

Why are we so busy developing new batteries?

The EU wants to accelerate the development of new batteries—but why is this so urgent? Tejs Vegge, professor at DTU Energy, provides the answer.

23 JUN

DTU leading EU's most ambitious battery research project

New EU project with a budget of DKK 150 million is to accelerate the development of the next generation of super batteries.

Energy storage
The 19 Mission Innovation Champions 2019. Professor Tejs Vegge, DTU Energy, is third from left.
29 MAY

DTU Professor Appointed Mission Innovation Champion

Mission Innovation – a global initiative bringing together 24 countries and the EU to accelerate the development of clean energy technology – has recognized 19 exceptional researchers and innovators from as many countries as the first Mission Innovation Champions. The Danish champion is Professor Tejs Vegge from DTU Energy...

Energy Climate change Materials
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01 MAR

DTU joins commission on green transition for passenger cars

It is now to be specified in concrete terms how the Danish Government’s objective to phase out petrol-powered passenger cars can be met. Three of the six external experts on the commission are DTU researchers.

27 FEB

New research initiative will power up Europe’s battery revolution

A world moving from fossil fuels to renewable energy will rely more and more on energy storage and in particular on batteries. Better batteries can reduce the carbon footprint of the transport sector, stabilise the power grid, and much more. Battery 2030+, a new large-scale research initiative, will gather leading scientists in Europe...

10 DEC

New tool ensures sustainable water supply for refugee camps

The Danish Refugee Council and DTU have created a new tool that can be useful when making decisions on sustainable water supply in refugee camps.

Water supply
Uddannelses- og forskningsminister Tommy Ahlers besøgte DTU Energi for at høre om dansk forskning i udvikling af nye batterimaterialer og katalysatorer, og brug af kunstig intelligens i energiplanlægning
03 OCT

The Minister heard about artificial intelligence and new materials for energy storage

The Danish Minister of Higher Education and Science Tommy Ahlers visited DTU to hear about accelerated discovery of new battery materials and catalysts, and the use of artificial intelligence in energy planning.

Energy Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems
Using Artificial Intelligence to increase the rate of materials discovery tenfold
25 JAN

Using Artificial Intelligence to increase the rate of materials discovery tenfold

The amount of CO2 and methane in the atmosphere is rising and smog clouds hang heavily over the world's big cities. Top researchers from all over the world aim to do something about it using supercomputers and Artificial Intelligences as part of the Mission Innovation initiative.

Energy Bioenergy Fuel cells Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems Power stations Solar energy
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30 NOV

Brainstorming the technologies of the future

Every other year the US National Academy of Engineering and the European Council of Academies of Applied Science, Technologies and Engineering bring together a number of young, excellent engineers from the US and the EU to foster international collaboration and exchange of ideas. This year Professor Tejs Vegge from DTU Energy participated...

The concept of the new LiRichFCC cathode materials: Lithium ions (green) are incorporated in the crystal lattice of the materials and can easily be transferred in and out of the structure. Illustration: LiRichFCC project consortium
08 JUN

New battery concept promises more compact energy storage

A new European Horizon 2020 research project with the participation of DTU Energy will explore a completely new class of materials for lithium-ion-batteries – materials which can increase the energy density of the batteries significantly and enable a breakthrough for electric vehicles.

Energy Energy storage