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Rødby Fjord wind turbines (Photo: Ingrid Riis)
02 MAR

Major new partnership to solve future energy challenges

A large new Danish-Swedish collaboration aims to tackle one of the major challenges of the green transition: to use renewable solar and wind energy intelligently and flexibly...

Solar energy Wind energy Energy systems CO2 separation and CO2 storage
01 MAR

Energy systems of tomorrow to be developed in giant lab

DTU’s energy laboratory at Risø Campus is now being expanded, so that researchers and development departments in the energy industry can test the sustainable...

Foto Torben Nielsen
11 FEB

We’re overlooking the low-hanging fruit in the green transition

Professor Jacob Østergaard at Energy Supply: We need to act on several technological fronts to achieve the 70 per cent target of reducing climate gases by 2030.

2020
Havvindmøller_Photo Torben Nielsen
23 DEC

Energy islands in 2030: Where do we place the P2X facilities?

Energy Islands are becoming a reality in 2030 due to the plan recently approved by the Danish Government. Considering this future massive production of electricity, the...

Energy
Mattia Marinelli
11 DEC

Adapted lectures perfectly to be carried out online

Best teacher of the semester at DTU Electrical Engineering Mattia Marinelli acknowledged at a virtual Department meeting.

Jiawei Wang
23 OCT

Six female scientists kick-start their careers

VILLUM FONDEN has granted a total of DKK 14 million to six researchers under the new Villum International Postdoc programme. Jiawei Wang, DTU Electrical Engineering is...

Photo: Malene Dissing
05 OCT

Frederiksberg municipality leading the way on EV charging stations

More electric and hybrid cars calls for ‘smarter’ charging infrastructure.

Energy
Foto Rikke Høm Jensen
03 SEP

AI to help green transition in electricity sector

Spyros Chatzivasileiadis has received an ERC Starting Grant to remove the barriers for the application of artificial intelligence in the electricity grid. This will unlock...

Photo: PR Nerve smart systems
06 JUL

New battery technology to ensure green and fast charging of electric cars

Long waiting times at the common charging stations and risk of overloading the electricity grid in peak periods – these are the two main challenges when electric...

Energy
Students in auditorium (Mikkel Adsbøl)
13 MAY

To the point and specific

Best teacher of the semester Spyros Chatzivasileiadis acknowledged at a Department meeting online.

Electrotechnology Energy systems Energy
Tomislav Dragičević
01 APR

DTU Elektro upgrades competence on AI and digitization at CEE

On 1 April 2020 Tomislav Dragičević takes on the position as Professor and Head of group (Electric Equipment Technology) at Center for Electric Power and Energy, DTU Elektro...

 Hjörtur Jóhannsson 5 best tips for teaching online
27 MAR

Hjörtur Jóhannsson five best tips for distance education

The coronavirus has impacted daily life. But for Hjörtur Jóhannsson, the teaching situation, as it so often is - is online. Here are his best tips for distance...

Energy
 Professor Pierre Pinson elevated to IEEE Fellow_Photo by Torben Nielsen
27 FEB

DTU Elektro's Professor Pierre Pinson elevated to IEEE Fellow

Professor Pierre Pinson from Center for Electric Power and Energy at DTU Elektro is elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective from 1 January 2020.

Energy Electrotechnology
Photo: Statsministeriet
31 JAN

The Danish Prime Minister visits EnergyLab Nordhavn

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen today met with Prime Minster of Latvia, Arturs Karinš in EnergyLab Nordhavns showroom.

24 JAN

DTU Elektro students construct their own energy storage

During a 3-week period in January 2020 students in Sustainable Energy Design are designing, fabricating, testing and modelling energy storages.

2019
Associate Professor Jalal Kazempour and Deputy Head of Department Michael A. E. Andersen (Photo: Benny Johansen)
10 DEC

Excellent at making difficult topics easy

Best teacher of the semester announced at Department meeting in December.

Electrotechnology Energy
Pierre Pinson on Higly Cited Researchers list
26 NOV

DTU Elektro Professor is one of the 0,1% most influential researchers in the world

Professor Pierre Pinson from DTU Elektro is on the Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list. 

Energy
North Sea Energy Hub (Photo by EUDP)
25 OCT

Energy hubs in the North Sea require new digital solutions

Energy hubs in the North Sea, that can collect and distribute energy from offshore wind farms to the European countries, are challenging the usual way of designing electricity...

Energy
EnergyLab Nordhavn located in Nordhavn, Copenhagen
08 OCT

Clear recommendations from EnergyLab Nordhavn for the sustainable energy solutions...

After four and a half years, the ambitious EnergyLab Nordhavn project presents a number of recommendations to politicians and public authorities for how to ensure a faster...

Energy Electrotechnology

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