- Autumn semester
- Three and a half years
- No admission restrictions
- Semester fee
While energy requirements are increasing worldwide, fossil energy reserves are depleting. For this reason regenerative forms of energy currently play an important role in energy production. The goal of Germany's exit from nuclear and fossil fuel energy is to reduce the dependency on fossil fuels and sustainably reduce climate damaging greenhouse gas emissions.
Intelligent power grids, called smart grids, ensure that the time required for energy generation and for consumption are closely coordinated. Modern communications technology and energy storage can provide the proper guarantee of supply, even when the sun does not shine and even when there is no wind.
About the Course
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Duration||Three and a half years (7 semesters)|
|Accredited by ASIIN Düsseldorf|
|Language of instruction||German|
|Subsequent postgraduate course||Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (M.Sc.)|