In QUARREE100, IKEM and partners from industry and science are developing concepts for a sustainable conversion of energy supply in urban districts.
The Horizon 2020 project MEISTER aims to improve the conditions for the use of electromobility and the energy supply of vehicles.
In the KlimAW project, IKEM assesses how the wastewater industry can contribute to achieving climate protection and energy efficiency targets. The project also examines which adaptations of the legal framework could have a supporting effect.
Together with its partners, IKEM is developing a comprehensive concept for the electrification of private and public transport in the city.
In a study for naturwind schwerin GmbH, IKEM investigates the on-site use of renewable energy for the emission-free, decentralised energy supply of the bioenergy village of Lübesse.
As part of an interdisciplinary consortium, IKEM participated in the preparation of the Green City Plan Hildesheim and examined the measures for the "Multimodal Mobility Network".
On behalf of the state of Baden-Württemberg, IKEM is investigating how freight traffic can be increasingly shifted to more environmentally friendly transport routes such as rail and waterways.
Trolley trucks are an important component in the electrification of heavy goods traffic. IKEM develops ideas for a suitable legal framework for Germany and Europe.