Lab for Renewable Energies - Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen

Lab for Renewable Energies

Welcome to the website of the Laboratory for Renewable Energies of Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen.

Students

Students from the various Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes will find comprehensive information on the courses offered by Prof. te Heesen as well as on advertised project and final theses and vacancies in the Laboratory for Renewable Energies. In addition, there is extensive information on how to write scientific papers. Finally, there is an overview of the theses supervised by Prof. te Heesen at the Laboratory for Renewable Energies.

Prof. te Heesen is the study programme officer for the Bachelor's programme "Renewable Energies". 

Office hours: Wednesdays from 9-10 h in room 9925-012 and by appointment

Research

The research of the Laboratory for Renewable Energy focuses on the modelling of renewable energy systems and the development of energy concepts.

  • ENMOSA: Modelling of the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park region to achieve CO2 neutrality in all energy sectors (electricity, heat, transport).
  • PV yield study: Analysis and evaluation of electricity yields of photovoltaic plants in Germany.
  • UCB PVapp: Web-based tool for monitoring small PV systems without a monitoring system.

A current overview of the publications of Prof. te Heesen can be found in the publications list. Students have the opportunity to write a project paper or final paper in the individual projects.

Economy/Municipalities

Companies and municipalities can use the extensive services of the Laboratory for Renewable Energies. In addition to various consulting services on energy use and management systems, you can receive support in the implementation of projects on renewable or highly efficient energy systems and have models of your energy systems developed.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen

Building: 9925, Office: 012
Phone: +49 6782 17-1908
Mail: h.teheesen(at)umwelt-campus.de

Website at UCB
Blog: https://teheesen.net

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