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No matter if you want to visit us in person, come into contact with our staff or have another concern, here we provide the necessary information.

We recommend travelling by public transport if you plan to visit us: The Wuppertal Institute is located right next to the Wuppertal central train station (Wuppertal Hbf), offering connections to local and national train services, buses or Wuppertal's overhead railway.
If you want to come by car, you can park in the multi-storey car park of the "Bahnhofsmall". This is located directly underneath the main station. It is also possible to charge an electric car there.

The Berlin Office is in the district Berlin Mitte right across of the suburban train station "Hackescher Markt".

Postal address of the institute

Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie gGmbH

Döppersberg 19

42103 Wuppertal



P.O. box 10 04 80

42004 Wuppertal


Tel.: +49 202 2492-0

Fax: +49 202 2492-108

Postal address of the Berlin Office

Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie gGmbH

Berlin Office · Stiftung Mercator ProjektZentrum Berlin

Neue Promenade 6

10178 Berlin



Tel.: +49 30 2887458-10

Fax: +49 30 2887458-40

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Contacts with the media

We gladly help journalists with their search for background information or arrange contacts with our research staff in order to help answering questions. You find contact details and further information here.

Information requests

At your service - as a knowledge supplier, partner and service provider. If you have any questions about our research work, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. To initiate a joint project between your business or research institute and the Wuppertal Institute, to invite our experts to give guest lectures, or to book a visit at the Wuppertal Institute, please contact the Public Relations Office via e-mail:

Get in touch with our staff

If you want to know who works where or want to come into contact with a division directly, please visit Team. There you can find the phone number and e-mail address of every staff member, as well as some information on the scientific background of our researchers.
Or just search the staff list.

Attend events

There are events offered to the public on a regular basis at the Wuppertal Institute's aula. You get to that part of the building easiest via the yard (main entrance, first mezzanine, exit to the yard). The Wuppertal Institute has no parking area for visitor cars, but it is very well served by public transport. If you have to travel by car, there are fee-based car parks within walking distance of the Institute (e. g. IntercityHotel). If you are attending a workshop or project meeting, please come to the front desk (main entrance ground floor).

Use the library

The Wuppertal Institute's library serves mainly to support the work of institute employees, but visitors are also welcome (please contact the Librarian beforehand).

Suppliers and Service Providers

If you want to deliver something but there is no one at the front desk, please call our central number: (0)202 2492-0. At the back of the building there is a stepless loading zone for easy deliverance.
The reception and switchboard are open: Mo. – Thu. 9 a.m. – 4.30 p.m. and Fri. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

And if you're holding the line ...

The on-hold music of the Wuppertal Institute's telephone system has been provided by the local composer and pianist Ulrich Rasch and is protected by copyright.

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