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DVGW Research Center at Engler-Bunte-Institut of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
DVGW Research Center at Engler-Bunte-Institut of KIT
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News from the DVGW Research Center at Engler-Bunte-Institut of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

17 results
03. May 2022
DVGW establishes H2 competence network
Bundling of research expertise for the switch to hydrogen
23. March 2022
Background paper on gas infrastructures in the light of the Russian war of aggression on Ukraine
Statement on the current political discussion on how to expand the gas network now in a future-proof manner
14. March 2022
Assess the situation for the winter
An Interview with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Kolb, from Nico Dannenberger
Title Report of the Annual Report MARCOGAZ 2020/2021
31. January 2022
MARCOGAZ Annual Report 2020 / 2021 published
MARCOGAZ is the representative body of the European gas industry in all technical matters.
16. November 2021
Compatibility and permeation properties of elastomer materials in relation to hydrogen
15. November 2021
DVGW lead project for a climate-neutral gas supply in Germany
Project presentation | 3 December 2021, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | online
15. October 2021
H2-Mare lead hydrogen project launched
The direct offshore production of green hydrogen from wind energy without a grid connection can considerably reduce the costs compared to onshore generation. The H2-Mare lead project will therefore explore the onshore production of green hydrogen and other Power-to-X products.
03. October 2021
TransHyDE lead hydrogen project launched
Hundreds of millions of tonnes of hydrogen need to be distributed each year to move Germany down the path towards climate neutrality. The TransHyDE lead project will develop, assess and demonstrate various technologies for hydrogen transport.
New corporate design
10. June 2021
Relaunch of the DVGW-EBI website
The DVGW-EBI has developed a new corporate design for its entire external communication.
Infographic MethQuest
25. March 2021
MethQuest—promising interim results
While the project partners are entering the final sprint, a number of important results are already emerging, from gas generation through to engine development as well as systemic issues. Selected results can be found in the press release.
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