At Green Energy Lab, we are bringing new ideas for a sustainable energy future to life.

Green Energy Lab

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 260 partners, we drive novel solutions forward, be it in the exchange of ideas, the development of new technologies or the testing of innovative business models. Join in now!

 

 

 

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We see ourselves as helping hands

In our innovation laboratory, together we already bring new ideas for the energy future to life today and accompany them on the way to their market maturity. In our open innovation processes, we integrate diverse approaches from companies, research institutes, start-ups, the public sector, and customers and enable quick access to knowledge and technology.

Recognizing trends at an early stage
Recognizing trends at an early stage

With our "Foresight Services" we enable you to react to trends and in the energy industry at an early stage and to address the right topics in your work.

Generating ideas and defining innovation projects
Generating ideas and defining innovation projects

Together with you, we identify the best project ideas and support you through quality assurance and funding know-how in the development of innovation projects with a high chance of funding.

Developing and testing of innovative solutions
Developing and testing of innovative solutions

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

Our projects

At Green Energy Lab we do not wait for the future to just happen. We bring new ideas to life today. We bundle research results and create tangible building blocks for the energy future with our flagship projects.

AbSolut

AbSolut

Integration of absorption technologies in district heating and cooling systems

AbSolut

The absorption technologies use thermally driven absorption processes to provide diverse solutions for thermal energy systems. The project examines the integration of these technologies in district heating and cooling systems.

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AC/DC

AC/DC

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

AC/DC

The development of automated charging solutions for electric cars that are embedded discreetly in the roadway represents - due to the particularly high level of user friendliness - a great opportunity for electric mobility as a whole and for the introduction of automated, load-oriented charging in particular.

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ATES Vienna

ATES Vienna

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

ATES Vienna

For the complete decarbonization of district heating systems, the integration of seasonal heat storage must take place. From a technological point of view, high-temperature aquifer heat storage systems (HT-ATES) come into question here. The project enables the seasonal storage of heat from, for example, waste heat or excess energy.

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Green Energy News

2. December 2021

Using future trends and developments as a compass for your decisions

How can we benefit the most from future trends? We found answers at our Innovator Circle Event on Green Energy Foresight.

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13. August 2021

Heating and cooling

For an efficient heat supply and the increasing demand for environmentally friendly cooling solutions, a number of innovative technologies and effective measures are required. Green Energy Lab shows a few possible solutions.

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5. July 2021

Sector coupling – an essential contribution to the energy transition

Reduce emissions in the transport sector with electricity from renewable energy sources? Or use biomass for industrial processes?

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