Design variants of the T-cell in context, design and visualisation: Department of architecture and visualisation, Prof. Dominik Lengyel, project management: Catherine Toulouse

T-cell The T-cell is the relevant energy converter of the future, able to implement the requirements of the withdrawal from coal and nuclear power in line with sustainable climate policy.

As a decentralised energy provider, the T-cell uses existing infrastructure in a resource-oriented way and can be operated with renewably generated hydrogen. Its exceptional efficiency directly ensures reduced pollutant emissions. The T-cell can be integrated into public areas as a compact unit or operated as a cluster, scaled to meet high demand. It is designed for Industry 4.0 production methods. Its modular character allows decentralised production and easy, targeted use.