Exhibitions

  • Blackout!

    The modern society depends on communication. Without power the newspaper presses stop. Large TV stations and radio stations have emergency power plants and are able to broadcast, but can we receive? ...

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  • Solar energy

    Renewable energy in Solar City at the museum of Energy How much electricity does a solar panel make? What does it look like and how many kinds of panels exist? Is that a fact? When the speed of wind is doubled, eight times as much energy is generated. Does a solar unit really heat the water? Explore and discover such Continue Reading...

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  • Wind power

    The museums’ exhibition on wind power has the title ‘As the wind blows’. It tells the story of how Denmark became the world’s no. one with in wind power....

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  • Electricity and consumption

    In the exhibition you can visit a part telling the history, design and techniques of electric light, in another part you can watch mums as well as dads electric appliances....

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  • Electricity and communication

    At the top floor of exhibition no. 8 you may explore the history of electric communication. From the early telegraphs from mid 1800 until the mass communication of present day....

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  • Electricity and health

    Since electricity was discovered it has been used for treating illness often using a mixture of superstitious elements and new efficient treatments....

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  • Electrifying Denmark

    120 years ago Denmark had no power plants and no system of electricity. Today we all depend heavily on electricity either we are home, at school or at work....

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