• Sourcebook Electromobility

    Baden-Württemberg and the Stuttgart Region play a leading role in the field of electromobility in Germany and Europe. The Sourcebook Elektromobility gives a detail-rich overview of the various activities in this area in southwest-Germany and allows for search functions by full-text, organization type or category.


Institut für Nachhaltige Energietechnik und Mobilität (INEM) der Hochschule Esslingen

Cross-faculty core programme at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences

Contact person

Ansprechpartner Institut für Nachhaltige Energietechnik und Mobilität (INEM) der Hochschule Esslingen

Prof. Ferdinand Panik
Kanalstrasse 33
73728 Esslingen
Phone: +49 711 397 3327
Fax: +49 7023 745681

Organization type

Science & Innovation


training and development, research institutes , universities

sustainable energy technology and mobility

"Universities are encountering a challenging field involving the processes of social change, ecological issues and rapidly changing technologies. None of these topics can be isolated from each other. The answers to questions regarding our future have to be found in the interaction of all these disciplines. Based on this knowledge, Hochschule Esslingen views itself as a body that works on the close collaboration between its faculties and disciplines. To work out a clear profi le that is also recognised by external parties, Hochschule Esslingen concentrates on topics that are of relevance specific to the economy and society: a changing society and sustainable energy technology and mobility. This was the intention for founding the Institut für Nachhaltige Energietechnik und Mobilität (INEM, Institute of sustainable energy technology and mobility) in April 2012, a cross-faculty unit which currently comprises five faculties - vehicle technology, fundamentals, mechanical engineering, supply engineering and environmental technology, and mechatronics and electrical engineering. INEM embraces the broadest cross-sectoral tasks in sustainable mobility and energy systems with a focus on energy storage and transformation. This also involves energy management, system integration of fuel cells, batteries, power electronics in drive-trains and supply systems, and technologies and systems for generating renewable energy. The latter means, for example, photovoltaics, wind power and biomass, which includes hydrogen systems and storage."