To develop a novel hybrid led/solar algal photobioreactor. This bioreactor will utilize advances in dye solar cells, light delivery and dispersion, and artificial illumination to greatly increase the effectiveness of pond biofuels' algal carbon conversion process.
A consortium of industry and academic institutions will develop a situational awareness application that monitors and manages the delivery of energy throughout a municipality, province or state, reducing carbon emissions, waste and improving the efficiency of energy.
The final project objective is to develop bifacial solar cells and modules using upgraded metallurgical grade silicon. The aim is to demonstrate the "proof of concept" of a bifacial solar cell structure applied to a low-cost poly-si raw material.
To develop a commercial prototype of a vehicle exhaust gas biosorbent filter (biosoex). Filter will use the biosorbent which distinguishes by high sorption capacity and filtration efficiency.
To develop a hybrid power pack for ground utility vehicles at the copenhagen airport, which both improves fuel efficiency and reduces the emission of ultra fine particles. The power pack consists of a fuel cell, a combustion engine and a battery and it operates on bio fuel.
The key objective of proposed project is to develop a comprehensive connectivity solution easycharge, which will represent the first marketplace for charging electrical vehicles. Easycharge solution will connect the supply and demand for charging evs into one common system.
To develop a new generation of solar panels, exploring the use of thermal rectification materials in order to control heat flow in one direction and also the incorporation of phase change materials to accumulate heat at the radiation peak hours and use it when it is required.
Sun-flo-w-er-s project will develop a zn-br redox flow battery optimised by their use with a wind turbine, a pv installation and a microgrid integration for residential use. It will solve the increase of capacity level and reduce the electricity cost compare to other conventional batteries
To develop automotive aem fc stack technology by targeting bi-polar plate, alkaline-proof sealing, membrane electrode assembly, and stack design in order to increase performance, improve the unique water management of aem fc, and move the technology forward to market.
The scope of this project is to develop a software tool for the measurement and verification of the energy savings as a support of energy performance contracting. This tool will be based and done under the international performance measurement and verification protocol (ipmvp)