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NEXT ENERGY - EWE-Forschungszentrum

Logo NEXT ENERGY - EWE-Forschungszentrum
Exhibition stand
(Main stand)
Hall 27, Stand D57
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Topic: Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries
Co-exhibitor with
Renz FAIR, Tobias

Company Data

DLR-Institut für Vernetzte Energie-
systeme e.V.

Carl-von-Ossietzky-Str. 15
26129 Oldenburg
Germany
Fax: +49 441 99906 109

Contact(s)

Mr. Dr. Alexander Dyck
Head of Division Fuel Cells
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Fax: +49 441 99906-109
Ms. Dr.-Ing. Corinna Harms
R&D Manager Materials
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Mr. Marco Zobel
R&D Manager CHP Systems
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Mr. Peter Wagner
R&D Manager Characterisation
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Facts

Type of company
Research

Year founded
2007

No. of employees
101-250 (Status: 2017)

Company profile

The EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology NEXT ENERGY is a non-profit research institute whose purpose is to play an active role in shaping the technological changes paving the way towards a more climate friendly, economically viable and reliable energy provision. We use the broad range of know-how at our disposal to support our partners from research and industry in their development of innovative solutions. With a research portfolio that encompasses the areas of Energy System Analysis, Energy Systems & Storage, Fuel Cells, and Photovoltaics, we have the extensive expertise that is crucial for a transition to a decentralised energy supply based on renewable energies. The Fuel Cells Research Division works on a wide range of issues related to fuel cell technology with a focus on the topics CHP-Systems, Materials, Characterisation and Mobility.

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Products

Fuel Cells - Mobility

We develop hybridisation strategies for mobility and analyse operating strategies with the aim, for example, of optimising batteries and fuel cell systems in terms of size and dynamics by using reproducible load cycles. This contributes significantly to the success of this technology as well as the safeguarding ...read more

Fuel Cells - Characterisation

The Fuel Cells Division at a glanceread more

Fuel Cells - CHP-Systems

The Fuel Cells Division at a glanceread more

Fuel Cells - Materials

We are researching long-term stable, cost-effective and powerful materials for fuel cells and electrolysers. The focus here is on fabricating membranes, analysing catalytic materials and examining the degradation behaviour of individual components and MEAs. By investigating single cells and stacks, we ...read more

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