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2019
23 SEP

Bornholm leading the way for future energy consumption

An experiment with 800 households on Bornholm shows how consumers’ energy consumption can be remotely controlled for the benefit of the green transformation. ...

Electronics
Foto: Ditte Valente
05 JUL

Roskilde Festival: Electric cars replace generators at Food Court

Three electric cars at Roskilde Festival’s Food Court ensure ample electricity to cope with peak loads without using generators.

Electronics Electrical engineering Electricity supply
2018
01 MAR

Bilgiganter samarbejder om elbiler

Elbiler fra Nissan, Mitsubishi, Peugeot og Citroën står i DTU’s elbilslaboratorium, hvor forskerne tester løsninger, der skal integrere bilerne...

Electronics Electricity supply Energy storage Energy systems Mobility Transport economy
2017
TinyPower power supply unit photographed next to a one euro coin. Photo: Yasser Nour
28 FEB

Wireless energy for the world’s smallest and most efficient power supply unit

In future, wireless energy harvested from renewable energy sources is to run the world’s smallest power supply unit, making it possible to use it for, e.g., small...

Electrotechnology Electronics
2016
Photo: Joachim Rode
04 JAN

The car will be more than just a means of transport

The Japanese automotive giant Nissan and a team of researchers from DTU Electrical Engineering have become the first in the world to make a mass-produced electric vehicle...

Transport economy Innovation and product development Climate adaption Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Electronics
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04 JAN

Electric vehicle of the future

How will electric vehicles develop? Associate Professor Esben Larsen from DTU Electrical Engineering shares his thoughts on the subject.

Electronics Energy efficiency Energy storage Electricity supply Transport economy Transport models Transport behaviour Innovation and product development Climate adaption
2015
Foto: Nissan
04 DEC

Bilen bliver mere end et transportmiddel

Elbiler kan dække flere behov end blot transport. Nissan har sammen med forskere fra DTU Elektro taget de første skridt i udviklingen af fremtidens elbiler...

Transport economy Innovation and product development Climate adaption Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Electronics
A so-called SAM head is used to optimize the antennas in hearing aids. Here a small antenna has been placed behind the ear. The green arrows show the electric field formed by the antennas. They also show where and in which direction the waves travel. Illustration: GN Resound
10 JUL

Hearing aids have become intelligent

The world's first wireless hearing aid which can stream sound directly from phones and adapt to the user's surroundings. This is what GN ReSound, as the only company in...

Electronics Sound Software and programming IT systems Antennas

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