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Fraunhofer ISE

Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme (ISE)
Heidenhofstr. 2
79108 Freiburg i. Br.

Telephone:+49(0)761-4588-0
Fax:+49(0)761-4588-9000

www.ise.fraunhofer.de

Last update: 30.08.2016

This address is linked with the following contents:
Energy transition needs water electrolysis on the gigawatt scale
Enhancing performance of PV modules
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Smart Green Tower becomes an energy producer
Adhesion rather than soldering of electrical contacts
Smart Grid at favourable cost
New administrative facility with energy-plus concept
Double heats better
Optimising heat pumps for multi-family homes
Monitoring verifies energy savings
New method comes closer to the ideal solar cell
Cheaper production of solar cells
Assessing solar houses in energy and economic terms
Cooling with solar heat
Transmitting more electricity in the decentralised grid
SpeedColl: Allowing collectors to age more quickly
Doubling the power density with metal fibres
Minimally invasive refurbishment with a system
“Rethinking collectors from a construction industry perspective”
World record for both sides-contacted silicon solar cells
Processing solar cells with lasers
Preparing the electricity grid for electric vehicles and heat pumps
Solar houses scientifically evaluated
Steel beats copper
Identifying risks and minimising them through regulations
Quadruple solar cell achieves record-breaking efficiency
Low-cost collector integration in buildings
Database shows output from renewables
Accelerated ageing of collectors
Energy from a thousand suns
Energy performance analysis of complex existing buildings
Electrically driven heat pumps
Identifying and minimising fire risks
The supermarket of the future saves energy
Optimum operation of heating systems in office buildings
Oil vapour burner combined with natural gas technology
Phase change stores heat
On route to a low-energy urban district
Award for photovoltaic forerunners
Using solar roofs twice over
Dynamic development of renewables
New operating system for stand-alone grids
Ground-coupled heat pumps for new buildings
Building Refurbishment - Office and Commercial Construction
Vacuum-insulated prefabricated elements in construction
PV-TEC - Research factory for solar cells
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