Ist das wirklich grün?

Interview mit unserem Akademischen Rat Dr. Philipp Kuhn in "Hallo münchen"[more]


Master thesis gets awarded the Helmut-Schaefer-Prize

As part of the FfE-Energietage 2019, the Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft awarded the Helmut-Schaefer-Prize for the first time to particularly high-quality master's theses in the field of energy economy and energy technology. It recognizes innovative solutions,...[more]


Topics for project lab and seminars now online!

The topics and information on registration for the following courses in the summer semester 2019 are now online: Main Seminar on Renewable and Sustainable Energy SystemsSeminar on Renewable and Sustainable Energy SystemsProject Lab Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems[more]


Nepal – Lophelling Boarding School: stable power supply day and night!

Just a few months ago, the power supply at Lophelling Boarding School in the Manang Valley in remote Nepal was anything but reliable. The pupils would often have to do their homework by candlelight. To improve the situation, two TUM students, as part of their academic work,...[more]


That was the Herbstuniversität 2018 with us at the ENS

Renewable energy systems in action[more]


Short film about our Waterwheel Project at the Tegernsee Mountain Film Festival 2018

A 17-minute short film presenting our Waterwheel Project was screened on 19th October 2018 at the Tegernsee International Mountain Film Festival. The film and the project received a special prize from E-Werk Tegernsee at the closing ceremony. Link to the short film on...[more]


Topics for winter semester 18/19 online!

From now on the topics are online for the following courses: Project Lab Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Hauptseminar Erneuerbare und Nachhaltige Energiesysteme Seminar on Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems[more]


Our low-tech waterwheel at the Streetlife Festival

Thousands of people flocked through the Streetlife Festival on Ludwig- and Leopoldstrasse in Munich on the first weekend of May. We too took part and presented our low-tech Waterwheel Project on Saturday evening in the TUM StreetScience tent.[more]


Nepal – Low-Tech-Waterwheel Project: and it turns!

During the last months a student from TUM constructed the first prototype of our ENS-Low-Tech-Waterwheel in Nepal. He worked together with local people in some basic metal-workshops near Kathmandu and with students from Kathmandu University (KU). After the installation of the...[more]

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