To study and improve if necessary the overall stability of low chemical vapour deposition (lp-cvd) zno layers incorporated within encapsulated thin-film silicon solar cells.
Residues obtained after wine production have the potential to be used as a good resource for renewable energy. Prior to being utilised for energy generation, marc needs to be processed because of its high levels of moisture and acid.
The major focus of the project is development of a dual-fuel supply system for diesel engines using alternative fuel. The research program on fuel will assess the possibility of using biogas as a fuel for compression ignition engines of non-road vehicles and machines used in agriculture.
Within the cooperative project extreme, a holistic concept is developed - specifically focusing on smes - to continuously identify and plan organisational and technical measures to improve energy and resource efficiency in manufacturing and to assess the realisable impact.
The project deals with optimisation of forming processes for sheet metal part production. Decrease of used energy and minimisation of environmental burdening are main objectives achieved by process design, material optimisation, increased adaptability of the tooling, and tribological conditions.
To develop an efficient technology and equipment which is suitable to small farms for economical production of bio-ethanol fuel for own need including production of electrical energy and for sales of surplus to local/regional distributors, industries, farmers, etc.
Espal's goal is to achieve significant energy savings during the production of al-alloys billets and ingots by use of dc casting method in combination with electromagnetic field while improving the technological properties of alloys obtained by modifying their structure.