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Kick-off meeting of the Hydrogen Region Bavaria & Bohemia

The Institute for Hydrogen and Energy Technology at Hof University of Applied Sciences (iwe) invites representatives of small and medium-sized companies to the kick-off meeting of the Hydrogen Region Bavaria & Bohemia on Tuesday, June 18, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. in Audimax B023 on the Hof campus. The project offers free information events, further training and networking for a faster hydrogen ramp-up in the participating regions. [more]

published: 03.06.2024

Biogas project in the Wunsiedel area is looking for more manure and slurry!

Together with agricultural representatives from the Wunsiedel region and the company ZENOB GmbH (ZukunftsEnergie Nordostbayern), Hof University of Applied Sciences would like to use agricultural residues to generate energy. To this end, the partners are working on an ambitious project to tap into the corresponding energy potential by building a large biogas plant. [more]

published: 23.04.2024

“In the fast lane at 300km/h” – Dr. Gradel accompanies delegation trip to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain

Bavaria is intensifying its economic relations with the Arabian Peninsula. A 30-strong delegation from the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs from the fields of energy and hydrogen, environmental technology and medical technology traveled to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain for this purpose - with them: Dr. Andy Gradel from the Institute for Water and Energy Management at Hof University of Applied Sciences. [more]

published: 28.02.2023

Project launch: Efficient operation of buildings using different renewable energies

While the new building of the Institute for Water and Energy Management (iwe) at Hof University of Applied Sciences is still under construction, the emerging building is already becoming the subject of innovative research. In the OUR-E project that has now been launched, researchers and company representatives are initially analyzing the centerpiece of the new institute building, the central large-scale heat storage system. [more]

published: 07.02.2023

High energy costs: “Study in presence, save on heating costs in private!”

In the recent past, Hof University of Applied Sciences has already clearly positioned itself in favor of classroom teaching in the current winter semester. In the wake of the energy crisis, the university now sees this view confirmed and calls on its students to come to campus in as large numbers as possible during the winter months. This would enable them to save energy in the private sector and relieve the strain on their budgets [more]

published: 07.11.2022

The university celebrates: Topping-out ceremony at the Center for Water and Energy Management (ZWE)

n the presence of Bavaria's Minister of State for Science and the Arts, Markus Blume, as well as many guests of honor from politics and science, another topping-out ceremony has now been celebrated on the campus of Hof University of Applied Sciences: With the new Center for Water and Energy Management, one of the most modern and flexible research facilities in Germany is being built here [more]

published: 29.07.2022

Competence network for refrigeration and air conditioning Hochfranken meets

On Monday, July 18, starting at 4:00 p.m., the Kältekreis³, the competence network for refrigeration and air conditioning technology in Hochfranken, invites you to the sixth and thus first meeting after the Corona pandemic. The aim of the network is to give small and medium-sized companies in the region the opportunity to exchange their knowledge about refrigeration and air conditioning technology and to promote innovations in these areas. [more]

published: 22.06.2022

Regenerative local heating networks: Kick-off event of the ADerN network

The network ADerN ("Expansion and digitalization of efficient regenerative local heating networks") invites to the project kick-off event on Wednesday, March 16, starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Digital Incubator Einstein1. Interested parties will receive information about regenerative local heating networks and the opportunities, but also the challenges associated with them. [more]

published: 25.02.2022