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New research on artificial turf and microplastics

Artificial turf and microplastics: effects and alternatives for sustainable sports pitches. A recently published scientific article led by Lukas Zeilerbauer and colleagues Johannes Lindorfer & Melanie Knöbl examines the sustainability of football pitches and compares...

New bio-based products from the agricultural biorefinery

Due to their complex composition, agricultural residues and waste are rarely used economically and are usually disposed of at great expense. The aim of AGreenNew is to process these residues into biosurfactants, plant fertilisers and...

Scientific Director J. Reichl on Taiwanese television!

On Saturday, 20 April 2024, the Taiwanese broadcaster ‘DaAi Television 2’ aired the documentary ‘CO2 AS A COMMERCIAL GOOD – Solution or aberration’. The documentary shed light on offsetting CO2 emissions that are particularly difficult...

Michael Haml

Michael Haml studies law at the Johannes Kepler University Linz. During his studies, he worked as a undergraduate research assistant at the Law Lab of the Linz Institute of Technology and at the Institute of...

Tour of the methane electrolysis plant in Kremsmünster

Exciting, impressive and informative tour of the methane electrolysis plant in Kremsmünster! The Energieinstitut had the opportunity to visit the first Austrian methane electrolysis plant and plasmalysis plant of our co-operation partner RAG Austria AG...

Smart Grid-Efficient Interactive Buildings

EVELIXIA brings together 36 high profile organizations from 12 EU countries envisioning to realize Buildings as Active Utility Nodes (BAUNs), rendering the EU Building stock as: a) energy efficient; b) connected, by facilitating a two-way...

Patricia Maienberger, B.Eng

Patricia Maienberger completed a dual Bachelor’s degree in Building Climatology at the Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule in Regensburg. The dual system gave her a lot of practical experience during her studies. Her previous education as an...

Katharina Kelderer, BSc

Katharina Kelderer completed her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the Johannes Kepler University Linz. During her studies, she worked as a tutor at the JKU Open Lab and JKU Institute of Organic...

IETS Task XXI Meeting in Graz

The first physical meeting of IETS Task XXI with Simon Moser as Task Leader took place on 9 April in Graz. The main objective of this initiative is to investigate Circular Carbon from an industrial...

The Energieinstitut joins Hydrogen Europe Research!

In a festive ceremony at the residence of the Austrian ambassador in Brussels, our Managing Director Robert Tichler signed the Energieinstitut’s accession to “Hydrogen Europe Research”. The Energieinstituts motivation for joining the Hydrogen Europe Research...

This was the workshop on the economics of energy storage

The workshop on the economics of energy storage was an enriching event, with a wealth of exciting and interesting presentations from technology providers and research institutions. The discussions highlighted the urgent need for a diverse...

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