DTU Energy Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Roskilde, Denmark
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • DTU Energy's estimated annual revenue is currently $5.7M per year.(?)
  • DTU Energy's estimated revenue per employee is $102,000

Employee Data

  • DTU Energy has 56 Employees.(?)
  • DTU Energy grew their employee count by 19% last year.
  • DTU Energy currently has 1 job openings.

The Department of Energy Conversion and Storage (DTU Energy) is a department under the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). DTU Energy is focused on education, research, and development within functional materials and their application in sustainable energy technologies. It is our strong belief that the best results are obtained by having technological development take place in tight interaction with fundamental research. The Department, which has 240 employees, is organized into ten sections focusing on scientific competences within, e.g., electrochemistry, synthesis, solid state physics, electron microscopy, catalysis, process technology, rheology and modelling. One of the characteristics of research within energy conversion and storage is the need for many different competences from traditionally separate fields of science. Our activities in the different technologies therefore to a large extent span across several sections. It is common to all our technologies that they depend on functional materials - materials with specific electrical, magnetic, thermal, chemical or electrochemical properties - for their operation. Electron- or ion-conducting ceramics have applications for fuel cells (solid oxide fuel cells, SOFC) and electrolysis cells, photovoltaic polymers may be used for polymer solar cells, and some magnetic materials have applications as active components for efficient refrigeration devices. In addition, the Department operates a test center for fuel cells and hydrogen technologies where industry can get components tested, and a test center for polymer solar cells where organic photovoltaics can be tested under different conditions. You can read more about the technologies on at www.energy.dtu.dk/english/Research Disclaimer: We reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or suggestive, personal attacks, anonymous, wildly off-topic, spam or advertisements.