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Three researchers from DTU Energy participate in the Sunday morning programme ‘Højlund’s Heroes’ on the radio channel Radio24syv. They go live in the radio at 08:25 to approx. 09:00 on Sunday morning, 15 March.

In the programme Højlunds Heroes, PhD student Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, senior researcher Anne Hauch and Professor Jens Oluf Jensen will talk about the following energy research topic: How do we get fuel in the future?

Højlund’s Heroes is a programme that tells the positive story. The media landscape is fraught with problems, concerns and disasters, but every time there is something to worry about, there are also some ambitious people trying to find the solution. The objective of Højlund’s Heroes is to focus on those people and their work.

Energy is very important in climate perspective and policy perspectives, and many are worried about how we get energy in the future. DTU Energy has been invited to talk about its research in energy technologies, because - as journalist Grethe Højlund says - there's something inspiring about people moving into the unknown territory to find the solutions of tomorrow.

You can follow our researchers (in Danish) at http://www.radio24syv.dk/programmer/hoejlunds-helte/ this Sunday morning from 08.25 in the morning.

Subject

CO2 capture, electrolysis, fuel cells - Manufacturing Green Fuels from Renewable Energy
Period15 Mar 2015

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TitleHøjlunds Helte: Tre DTU'ers løsninger på fremtidens problemer med CO2
Media name/outletRadio24syv
Media typeRadio
Duration/Length/Size25 minutes
Date15/03/2015
DescriptionThe interview of Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, I and Jens Oluf Jensen starts approximately after 24 minutes of the program
Producer/AuthorDanmarks Radio
URLwww.radio24syv.dk/programmer/hoejlunds-helte/11153201/24:52/hojlunds-helte-0805-uge-11-2015-2/
PersonsAnne Hauch
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