Since the start of the project "Climate Neutral TU Graz 2030" a few months ago, a lot has already happened on the way to climate neutrality. This is documented in the first progress report dating December 2021 (German only).
On its way to climate neutrality by 2030, TU Graz is working together with ÖBB as a mobility partner. The goal is to increase employees’ awareness of climate-friendly travel through targeted offers and to further reduce the University’s mobility-induced greenhouse gas emissions.17. May 2022
Alexander Passer is the new Professor of Sustainable Construction at TU Graz. The focus is on life-cycle-based sustainability assessment and low-emission, climate-robust construction methods. The professorship is endowed by the Trade Association of the Stone and Ceramics Industry.1. February 2022
Climb aboard, sit back comfortably in the compartment, relax and travel with a clear conscience. That's what travelling by train is all about. So, everything on track? As a sustainable means of transport, rail has the edge. But all told, there is still potential for mitigation of environmental...24. September 2021
TU Graz, voestalpine, ÖBB, Siemens Mobility Austria and Virtual Vehicle pool their railway expertise. The Research Cluster Railway Systems research initiative marks the start of measures aimed at further enhancing the competitiveness of the railway through sustainable overall optimization.23. June 2021
Studies at TU Graz show that the older an traction battery of electric vehicles (EV) is, the lower the danger it poses. Now the researchers and industry partners want to define parameters for the subsequent use of discarded batteries.3. May 2021
The Stones and Ceramics Association supports endowed professorship for sustainable construction at TU Graz with a focus on lifecycle-based sustainability assessment as well as greenhouse gas-free and climate-robust construction projects. The appointment will take place in the summer of 2021.12. April 2021