At EXPO REAL, Reinhard Müller presented the EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf community concept for a holistically sustainable future location in the presence of Dr Stephan Keller, Lord Mayor of the state capital Düsseldorf, which will meet the German government’s CO2 climate targets for 2045 from the outset and in the long term thanks to intelligent architecture, the use of renewable energy sources, new energy storage systems and the consistent networking of state-of-the-art technology.

The Austrian technology group KEBA is coming to Düsseldorf. The company will become a partner at the new EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf, which will open at the airport’s long-distance railway station in 2024, where it will rent office space and a showroom.

On 28 June 2022, a workshop was held with the universities of the University Alliance Ruhr, Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences and the EUREF partners to jointly develop study programmes for the EUREF Campus Düsseldorf.

A great day for the EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf. The EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf and Stadtwerke Düsseldorf AG signed the corresponding contracts.

The first sustainability and innovation campus in North Rhein-Westphalia is being built under the direction of Implenia Hochbau GmbH as general contractor (GU).

The Executive Board of EUREF-AG was expanded by another member as of January 1, 2022. In addition to the CEO Reinhard Müller and the board members Karin Teichmann and Johannes Tücks, Kevin Hauert is now also a member of this board.

Jörg Philippi-Gerle

Jörg Philippi-Gerle is the new site manager of the EUREF Campus Düsseldorf, located in the triangle between the airport, the highway and the railroad tracks.

Hydrogen truck stop on the EUREF-Campus in Berlin with (from left) Nikolas Iwan (H2 Mobility), Karin Teichmann (EUREF), Dr Ludger Hellenthal (H2 GreenPowerLog), Dr Lars Dietrich (Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure) and Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff (NOW)

Dr Ludger Hellenthal, managing partner of “H2 Green Power & Logistics GmbH” is currently on tour in Germany with the hydrogen truck “Hyundai Xcient Fuel Cell”. It had already passed eleven cities in seven federal states when it arrived in Schöneberg on the EUREF-Campus on 7 December.

The EUREF-Campus in Berlin-Schöneberg has established itself and will be completed in 2023. Now, the campus is about to become an export hit – in Düsseldorf, a second EUREF-Campus will be built. On 26 August, a groundbreaking ceremony took place. Future tenants of the campus attended the ceremony, as well as the City of Düsseldorf with its Mayor Dr. Stephan Keller and the State of North-Rhine Westphalia with its Prime Minister Armin Laschet.

The EUREF Campus Düsseldorf is set to become the new, climate-neutral corporate headquarters of SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa, supporting the company’s growth and sustainability targets. “SPIE’s core business involves offering services for a carbon-free economy. This is why we see ourselves as part of the solution for a sustainable future. The move to the EUREF Campus Düsseldorf emphasizes this mission of SPIE like no other place. “