The Energieinstitut an der JKU Linz is involved in about 100 R&D projects per year to further develop an energy system that has a positive impact on living, economic and environmental spaces, thereby strengthening the European economy and reducing fossil energy sources as far as possible.
As a non-university research institution, the Institute has a multidisciplinary structure: the inter- and transdisciplinary cooperation of the three departments of the Energieinstitut – Energy Economics, Energy Law, Energy Technology – enables a comprehensive and interdisciplinary analysis of the future topic of energy. New challenges require new approaches, partly with new and partly with tried and tested instruments. In particular, we pursue a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to the development of the energy system.
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We support our employees in their occupational development. A balance between work and leisure is important to us. We offer flexibility and occupational development.
We enable interdisciplinary work beyond departmental boundaries. It is important to us to work proactively and independently. We offer our team plenty of leeway for this.
Further development of an energy system that has a positive impact on living, economic and environmental areas, thereby strengthening European economies and reducing fossil fuels.