BIO-FIT: „Methanisierung und Flexibilisierung von Biogasanlagen“ - Workshop an der Technischen Hochschule Ingolstadt

Im Rahmen des Projekts „BIO-FIT“ fanden am 11. und 26. Oktober zwei Workshops zum Thema „Methanisierung und Flexibilisierung von Biogasanlagen“ statt.… more

Stabilizing weak power grids in North Africa Presentation of SWITCH project at the LEAP-RE conference in Kigali, Rwanda

From 10-13 October 2023, the annual conference of the LEAP-RE programme took place in Kigali, Rwanda. The THI-led SWITCH project is funded within the… more
Tanja Mast, THI, (l.) and Lukas Lang, FAU, presented the results of three and a half years of project work (Photo: THI).

Keeping the expansion of wind and PV affordable - "EOM-Plus" project contributes to congestion management

The Energy Systems Engineering department of the Institute for New Energy Systems (InES) at THI, together with the Friedrich Alexander University of… more

Final PROCEED Conference and trip

The closing conference in Windhoek, Namibia, on September 14th and 15th marked the end of the German-Namibian research project PROCEED. During the… more

Final documentation for research project "BlueMilk" published

Researchers from the Institute for new Energy Systems (InES) under the leadership of Prof. Holzhammer studied the question of how energy supply and… more


In addition to the industrial research, publicly funded research projects with industrial involvement and project-based support by appropriate funding institutions within the energy and environmental technology are of central importance. Further, the Institute for New Energy Systems (InES) is involved in several national and international research networks, such as the Solar Heating and Cooling Programme of the International Energy Agency. Institute scientists are also represented in numerous national and international committees and advisory boards.

Particular attention will be given at InES on the education and training of young scientists, so that  a number of research projects are connected to the promotion or the master's degree of a project team member. Here, several doctoral research and research-related Master's theses have already been successfully completed. Secondly, students from all study courses of the Technical University of Ingolstadt and from national and international partner universities are actively involved in the research projects.
From the research activities of InES more than 120 scientific publications and lectures so far resulted in English and German.


Managing Team

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schrag
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-2820
Prof. Dr. Matthias Huber
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-2402
Dr. Christoph Trinkl
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-3720
Tobias Baldauf , M.SC.
Head of Industrial Energy Systems at Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-6493
Thorsten Summ, M.Sc.
Head of Domestic Energy Systems at Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-5455
Stefan Schneider, M.Sc.
Head of Technology Transfer & International Cooperation at Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)

+49 841 9348-6680


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Goldbrunner
Bioenergy Technology and Thermodynamics
Prof. Dr. Matthias Huber
Energy Systems and Renewable Energy Technology
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Daniel Navarro Gevers
Electrical Power Engineering in the Renewable Energies
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schrag
Building Energy Technology and Thermodynamics

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Leadership Team

Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schrag
Phone: +49 841 9348-2820
Room: A228
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Huber
Phone: +49 841 9348-2402
Room: F102
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)
Dr. Christoph Trinkl
Phone: +49 841 9348-3720
Room: S407
Fax: +49 841 9348-993720

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