and we transform it into energy.
The sun lightens our world
and powers our lives.
The blaze of creation
is fire eternal." - Frank Jendrusch, 2013

In 1983 Frank Jendrusch founded the exclusive real estate company "Jendrusch & Partner“ in Hamburg which became quickly a major player on the property market in northern Germany. It is still successfully managed by its owner and founder.

At the end of the 80ies he started a reflection about how people are going to live in the year 2030. The growing population, especially in Asia, and the rural exodus in favour of a more diversified and challenging life in metropolises pointed out the need to build upwards. He imagined veritable vertical cities inside or close to important towns worldwide. Vertical cities dispose of the same infrastructure and cultural life as any other city. Their will be up to 1.600 m.

As major disadvantages of conventional skyscrapers are immane costs and an enormous need of energy, the challenge was to invent a system which could work in terms of profitability. Another difficulty was the huge wind load which comes along with buildings of that size.

Frank Jendrusch had a simple but ingenious idea: the wind load can be used to generate current by up wind plants. Also, geothermal energy and photovoltaic glass surfaces will contribute to an energy supply which beats the capacities of coal-fired or nuclear power plants. Facing the climate change his concept, patented in 2001 under the name of Towerplants, became even more trendsetting after March 2011 when the reactor accident in Fukushima demonstrated the urgency of an energy transition.

Today, Frank Jendrusch concentrates several companies and trademarks in his holding named "Jendrusch Group". In particular, the development of Towerplants with a different utilization like Everest, a vertical farming system, or Supercell, ecological generation of fuel, are nowadays the key aspect of his activities." /> and we transform it into energy.
The sun lightens our world
and powers our lives.
The blaze of creation
is fire eternal." - Frank Jendrusch, 2013

In 1983 Frank Jendrusch founded the exclusive real estate company "Jendrusch & Partner“ in Hamburg which became quickly a major player on the property market in northern Germany. It is still successfully managed by its owner and founder.

At the end of the 80ies he started a reflection about how people are going to live in the year 2030. The growing population, especially in Asia, and the rural exodus in favour of a more diversified and challenging life in metropolises pointed out the need to build upwards. He imagined veritable vertical cities inside or close to important towns worldwide. Vertical cities dispose of the same infrastructure and cultural life as any other city. Their will be up to 1.600 m.

As major disadvantages of conventional skyscrapers are immane costs and an enormous need of energy, the challenge was to invent a system which could work in terms of profitability. Another difficulty was the huge wind load which comes along with buildings of that size.

Frank Jendrusch had a simple but ingenious idea: the wind load can be used to generate current by up wind plants. Also, geothermal energy and photovoltaic glass surfaces will contribute to an energy supply which beats the capacities of coal-fired or nuclear power plants. Facing the climate change his concept, patented in 2001 under the name of Towerplants, became even more trendsetting after March 2011 when the reactor accident in Fukushima demonstrated the urgency of an energy transition.

Today, Frank Jendrusch concentrates several companies and trademarks in his holding named "Jendrusch Group". In particular, the development of Towerplants with a different utilization like Everest, a vertical farming system, or Supercell, ecological generation of fuel, are nowadays the key aspect of his activities." />

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Frank Jendrusch

Frank Jendrusch

Founder & Owner JENDRUSCH GROUP Jendrusch Capital GmbH

Greater Hamburg Area

"The wind circles the planet
and we transform it into energy.
The sun lightens our world
and powers our lives.
The blaze of creation
is fire eternal." - Frank Jendrusch, 2013

In 1983 Frank Jendrusch founded the exclusive real estate company "Jendrusch & Partner“ in Hamburg which became quickly a major player on the property market in northern Germany. It is still successfully managed by its owner and founder.

At the end of the 80ies he started a reflection about how people are going to live in the year 2030. The growing population, especially in Asia, and the rural exodus in favour of a more diversified and challenging life in metropolises pointed out the need to build upwards. He imagined veritable vertical cities inside or close to important towns worldwide. Vertical cities dispose of the same infrastructure and cultural life as any other city. Their will be up to 1.600 m.

As major disadvantages of conventional skyscrapers are immane costs and an enormous need of energy, the challenge was to invent a system which could work in terms of profitability. Another difficulty was the huge wind load which comes along with buildings of that size.

Frank Jendrusch had a simple but ingenious idea: the wind load can be used to generate current by up wind plants. Also, geothermal energy and photovoltaic glass surfaces will contribute to an energy supply which beats the capacities of coal-fired or nuclear power plants. Facing the climate change his concept, patented in 2001 under the name of Towerplants, became even more trendsetting after March 2011 when the reactor accident in Fukushima demonstrated the urgency of an energy transition.

Today, Frank Jendrusch concentrates several companies and trademarks in his holding named "Jendrusch Group". In particular, the development of Towerplants with a different utilization like Everest, a vertical farming system, or Supercell, ecological generation of fuel, are nowadays the key aspect of his activities.


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