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Electric mobility: Range anxiety often unsubstantiated

Electric mobility: Range anxiety often unsubstantiated

December 2, 2020 | The range of electric cars is generally sufficient for everyday use - and charging at the workplace could play an important role in the future. This is shown by a data analysis conducted by EWI and several practice partners.

New Scientific Advisory Board of EWI takes up work

November 10, 2020 | A Scientific Advisory Board composed of seven experts representing complementary fields will offer guidance to EWI in the further development of its research activities.
Hydrogen networks: Regulation has advantages and disadvantages

Hydrogen networks: Regulation has advantages and disadvantages

November 2, 2020 | Hydrogen is considered an important future part of the energy transition. However, it remains to be seen whether and if so, how the hydrogen network will be regulated in the future. Economic and legal aspects are analyzed in a joint policy letter from EWI and EWIR.

EWI Energy Conference: Efficiency, efficacy and justice

October 8, 2020 | Experts from science, industry and politics discussed the Green Deal, the European climate target and the global perspective at EWI Energy Conference.
Study: Security of supply in cold winters declines by 2030

Study: Security of supply in cold winters declines by 2030

September 7, 2020 | In buildings, heat pumps are more and more common. But they drive the peak power demand upwards during cold spells. A study of EWI and E-CUBE shows how supply-demand gaps can be closed.

Professor Bettzüge appointed to expert council for climate issues

August 13, 2020 | EWI Director Professor Marc Oliver Bettzüge becomes a member of the independent expert council for climate issues. The Federal Government has appointed him and four other scientists to the new body.

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