The latest update on the Green Energy Lab, our events and our network.
How can we benefit the most from future trends? We found answers at our Innovator Circle Event on Green Energy Foresight.
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.
Reduce emissions in the transport sector with electricity from renewable energy sources? Or use biomass for industrial processes?
On 8/20 is the deadline for the new projects of the 4th call in the program flagship region energy of the Climate and Energy Fund.
Fabian Kesicki succeeds Michael Fuchs as a new board member and representative of Wien Energie. He brings over thirteen years of experience in the energy sector to his role, especially in the areas of strategy, innovation, market and competition analysis.
Our contribution to the European Week of Regions and Cities
The open innovation topical workshops create a thematic space to connect interdisciplinary stakeholders who want to actively shape the energy future. Exciting discussions and a joint generation of ideas were on the agenda.
Under the umbrella of the Green Energy Lab, the first projects are currently underway. At present, work is underway on six projects—with more to come.
Green Energy Lab has started — and the Innovator Circle is taking shape! The new year begins with Green Energy Lab’s 1st Innovator Circle Event on January 14, 2019, in Vienna.
At the kick-off event for the FTI initiative “Flagship region Energy” on November 21, 2018, in Vienna, representatives of the three flagship regions Green Energy Lab, NEFI, and WIVA PG discussed future trends of energy supply.