Projects

RESUR

The goal is to provide short-term proactive and reactive, highly model-based decision support on energy security issues and on the design of robust integrated energy systems against the backdrop of current events.

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DACStorE

Within the framework of DACStorE, a sustainable market ramp-up of Direct Air Capture and Storage (DACS) is being prepared in a holistic manner.

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H2 Atlas WebApp

Explore Africa's massive potential for green hydrogen production. Our interactive H2 Atlas webapp maps prime locations across West and Southern Africa. Visualize ideal conditions for solar, wind, and green hydrogen generation.

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The goal is to provide short-term proactive and reactive, highly model-based decision support on energy security issues and on the design of robust integrated energy systems against the backdrop of current events.

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Infrastructure Analysis H2MOBILITY

The goal of the study is to perform a detailed design analysis of the required infrastructure for supplying battery and fuel cell electric vehicles in Germany at multiple scales.

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ELLEN

The aim of the IEK-3 led sub-project "Ellen" is to support engineers in their search for data by facilitating established research methodologies as potential data sources, raising their level of integration and reducing the amount of time required for their application.

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KSG2045 Study for Germany

Under the current Climate Protection Act, Germany is committed to becoming greenhouse gas neutral ("net zero") by 2045. Both the achievement of greenhouse gas neutrality and the shortening of the transformation period represent particular challenges compared to previous regulations. In the project, methods and strategies to achieve a greenhouse gas neutral energy supply are identified.

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The goal of the study is to perform a detailed design analysis of the required infrastructure for supplying battery and fuel cell electric vehicles in Germany at multiple scales.

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MODEX NET

With MODEX NET, Forschungszentrum Jülich and its partners are developing a camprison framework for transmission grid models in Europe

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METIS

Within METIS, Forschungszentrum Jülich and its partners from RWTH Aachen University and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg are developing open-source software tools for modeling, optimizing and simulating present and future energy systems.

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Transformation Strategies 2050

The aim of this study is to identify the most cost-effective CO2 reduction strategies which achieve Germany's climate protection goals by 2050.

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With MODEX NET, Forschungszentrum Jülich and its partners are developing a camprison framework for transmission grid models in Europe

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Last Modified: 21.05.2024