In the Green Energy Lab, we are already bringing new ideas for a sustainable energy future to life today.

Green Energy Lab

Austria’s largest innovation laboratory for a sustainable energy future

The Green Energy Lab is a contact point for all companies and institutions that contribute to the energy transition with innovative ideas. Using the solutions developed in our showcase region, we demonstrate how a sustainable energy system works. With our network of over 400 partners, we drive forward new solutions, be it in the exchange of ideas, the development of new technologies or the testing of innovative business models. Join in now!

Our services

Our open innovation process covers all steps from foresight & trend scouting, idea and project development to communication and dissemination of the developed solutions. You benefit from the early identification of relevant trends, quality-assured and preferential access to funding and preparation for the market launch of project outputs through our comprehensive, target group and solution-focused communication.

Recognizing trends at an early stage

With our foresight services, we enable you to react to trends in the energy industry at an early stage and address the right issues in your work.

Develop innovation projects

We work with you to identify the best project ideas and support you with quality assurance and funding expertise in the development of innovation projects with a high chance of funding.

Preparing solutions for market launch

With our focus on usability, the use of our partner network and results-oriented communication, we support the market launch of your solution.

Our projects

At the Green Energy Lab, we don’t wait for the future to simply happen. This is where we bring new ideas to life today. We pool research results and create tangible building blocks for the future of energy with our flagship projects.

  • AbSolut

    Integration of absorption technologies in district heating and cooling systems

  • AC/DC

    Increasing the attractiveness of e-vehicles and reducing emissions through networked and automated charging devices

  • ATES Vienna

    Integrating aquifer thermal energy storage into district heating networks to achieve complete decarbonisation

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