The Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK) of Forschungszentrum Jülich investigates modern energy conversion technologies within the framework of climate and environmental protection. IEK-STE (Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation) investigates the long-term characteristics of energy systems and the consequences of energy transition in the context of transformation and innovation. IEK-14 (Electrochemical Process Engineering) is focused on the research and development of electrolyzers and fuel cells, as well as fuel synthesis and safety in the use of hydrogen.


Ralf Peters
Acting Director of IEK-14
Petra Zapp
Deputy head of IEK-STE
Remzi Can Samsun
Senior Researcher
Nils Beltermann
Alicia Benitez