UTCEISeminar series

CEI seminar series

Your entrance to a network of all players in the energy transition

In 2019 the Centre for Energy Innovation (CEI) was launched. The ambition of CEI is to focus our researcher’s relevant knowledge and innovation power in the energy domain, and connect it to partners in the outside world. With the 600+ researchers at the UT active in this field, we support and focus the energy transition through research, education and innovation.

Today, with the help of many of you, we have made significant progress shaping the roadmap to realise this ambition. The unique breadth of knowledge available at our university can make a significant contribution to the energy transition. CEI initially focused on supporting four research areas representing a part of the UT's unique expertise: Twente Centre for Advanced Battery Technology, Digitalization of the Energy System, Energy-Efficient Data Centres and Negative Emission Technologies. In recent years, we have achieved a lot despite the corona pandemic. We made a short video about our achievements.

Seminar series

In 2023, CEI organizes a series of seminars in which we talk about our plans for the future of energy and climate research at our university. Shorter digital sessions will be organised in April and May. In June we will organise a second live seminar, most likely on the UT campus. A third live seminar will be in October.

Introduction to research on hydrogen technologies and the hydrogen community

We are pleased to invite you to the next Centre for Energy Innovation in-person event, dedicated to the topic of hydrogen technologies and the hydrogen economy. This is an open invitation for all at the UT, whether you work directly in this domain or not —your contribution is highly valued, and we hope you can take advantage of the networking opportunities as well.

The aim of this event is to bring together the currently dispersed expertise, identify collaboration opportunities, and create a plan to bring (national & international) visibility to the UT on this topic.

More information and registration for the hydrogen technologies seminar on September 29
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