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until August 19, 2018

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A major challenge of our time is to find clean, economically viable and reliable ways of providing energy. 

Since 2011 Germany has been addressing this challenge with the "energy transition". But Germany is not the only country seeking to transform its energy supply system. Around the world, 144 countries have set renewable energy targets (Renewables Global Status Report, REN21, 2014). The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions and energy costs while eliminating dependencies. A further challenge is the global rise in energy demand.

With the special exhibition "energie.wenden", the Deutsches Museum is addressing this global issue.  The exhibition explains how energy is generated, stored and distributed, as well as energy requirements and utilization, and places these topics in an historical and global context. Exhibits in the 1000 square meter space include originals, models, demonstrations, media stations with energy-related content, and also presents the stakeholders in the world of energy. The energie.wenden exhibition is not concerned only with electric power. It also examines heat, mobility and manufacturing, and focuses on the many possible approaches to a conscious energy transition and challenges visitors to make that transition a reality.

Fig.: Deutsches Museum.


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