Das Fraunhofer ISE im Portrait.

New Film Portrait of Fraunhofer ISE

“R&D for Energy Transition” – This motto of the Fraunhofer Institute of Solar Energy Systems ISE has many facets. Located in Freiburg, Europe’s largest solar research institute with more than 1200 employees develops technologies for energy conversion, energy distribution, energy storage and energy efficiency for the energy transformation. In Fraunhofer ISE’s new film portrait, the two institute directors, Prof. Hans-Martin Henning and Dr. Andreas Bett, present an overview of the current work at Fraunhofer ISE.

In the film, the two institute directors explain the new technologies relevant for the transformation of our energy system as well as share with us the vision that lies behind the employees’ motivation on a daily basis: a sustainable, economic, safe and socially just energy supply worldwide – and ultimately an energy system based solely on renewable energy sources.

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Starting next week we will be showing the new short films for each business area at Fraunhofer ISE on Innovation4E. In the short films, singular researchers from the various research areas at Fraunhofer ISE present their work and what motivates them to come to work every day. We begin with the business areas of “Silicon Photovoltaics” and “III-V and Concentrator Photovoltaics.”

All films are already available on our YouTube channel.

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