TU Graz Hosts 18th Energy Innovation Symposium

Under the motto “EUROPE’S ENERGY FUTURE – Secure, Affordable, Clean?!”, the 18th Energy Innovation Symposium (EnInnov2024) was held 14-16 February 2024 at TU Graz in Graz, AT.

Organised by the Institute for Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation at TU Graz in cooperation with the Austrian Association for Electrical Engineering (OVE), OesterreichsEnergie (representing the interests of the Austrian electrical industry) and the World Energy Council Austria, the three-day event aimed to address the current challenges and opportunities in the energy sector.

“Ensuring a reliable energy supply, protecting our environment through clean energy sources and ensuring affordable energy prices are key concerns that affect us all. Research and innovation play a crucial role here,” said the Rector of TU Graz Horst Bischof in his opening speech. He also noted that EnInnov2024 offers an excellent platform to present and discuss current research results, innovative technologies and future-oriented concepts.

The programme featured over 250 speakers from various sectors, including science and research, business, NGOs, politics and administration, and 50 sessions on topics ranging from energy systems and future-proof distribution networks to energy communities and the future of mobility. The short versions of the symposium contributions are available for download here.

You can find more information about EnInnov2024 here.


Udo Bachhiesl, Institute for Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation at TU Graz: bachhiesl@TUGraz.at