Welcome to the Institute for Solar Energy Research in Hamelin (ISFH)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Brendel
(Scientific Director and CEO)
Solar energy is a must for a successful switch to renewable energies. Solar energy is environmentally benign, is available anywhere, can be used by many at small and large scale, and generates power close to the location of consumption. And: The rapid rise of the world wide use of solar energy is a great chance for our economy.
For these reasons we foster solar energy by doing applied research in the fields of “Photovoltaics” and “Solar Systems”. “Innovation with impact” is our motto since 30 years. We are cooperating with the industry, with other research institutions, and with universities. ISFH is associated with the “Leibniz Universität Hannover”.
We are happy to answer your requests, whether you are from industry and interested in co-operations or in using our scientific services, or whether you are a student interested in one of our advertised academic works or whether you are interested in one of our job openings. Your ideas count!
Welcome to the fascinating world of science and technology for solar energy!
ISFH’s record solar cell part of the exhibition “Shine on me. The Sun and Us”
Dresden: Since 28.09.2018, the exhibition "Shine on me. The Sun and Us", to which ISFH contributed an exhibit, has been...
ISFH honored twice for work on POLO technology
Brussels (Lim): Christina Klamt, PhD student at the Institute for Solar Energy Research Hameln (ISFH), has won a "Student Award"...
Successful Workshop “UV Fluorescence Measurement for Damage Assessment of PV Modules” held at ISFH
On 12 October 2018 a workshop on "UV fluorescence measurement for damage assessment of PV modules" took place at ISFH....
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Institut für Solarenergieforschung GmbH
Am Ohrberg 1
Telefon: +49 (0) 5151 999 100
Telefax: +49 (0) 5151 999 400
By public transport:
From Hamelin Station take bus 40 or 520 to “Ohrbergpark”
Highway 83, side road “Am Ohrberg”
between Hamelin and Emmerthal