Green Entrepreneurship and Eco‐Innovation
Strengthening green start-ups as transformation engines. Projects to improve the visibility and networking of the green start-up scene in Germany
Transformation engine green start-ups: The project, which is funded by the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) (German Federal Foundation for the Environment), aims to use suitable communication and networking measures, as well as target-group-specific information offerings, to help make green start-ups in Germany more visible and to network the green start-up scene more effectively. The aim is to strengthen green start-ups in their role in the development towards a Green Economy. Better visibility and networking serve to tap the potential of green start-ups as a transformation engine towards a Green Economy and thus contribute to energy system transformation, climate protection plan 2050 and other sustainability policy objectives.
Runtime: 12.2017 - 12.2020
Total Energy Management for Professional Data Centers Brief Description
Holistic energy management in professional data centers. The research project deals with the overriding goal of the holistic increase of energy and raw material efficiency of data centers in Germany, taking into account upstream and downstream value creation stages.
Runtime: 01.11.2016 - 30.10.2019
Project partners: TU Hamburg, Borderstep, BTC, KDO, brm, dcce, Mairec, as well as the associated partners Cewe, HP enterprise and e3 computing.
Funding: Faculty II of Oldenburg University receives half a million euros in funding from the BMWI's 6th Energy Research Programme. The project executing agency is PTJ. The total volume of the project (incl. industrial partners) is 2.4 million euros.
- Dr.-Ing. Alexandra Pehlken