The objective of the project is to develop a new family of concrete ceramic materials for applications in construction, for example precast elements and in situ cast elements.
Development of a proof of principle for a new process technology for solar cells based on thin films of silicon, to reduce the cost of photovoltaic cells while maintaining similar conversion efficiencies.
The purpose is complex utilisation of waste plant oils and waste animal fats to manufacture heating fuel, diesel fuels for diesel engines for agricultural and off-road vehicles, and shipping all containing biocomponents.
This project will define, develop and test a new plasma and induction process for preparing solar-grade silicon from so far unused silicon streams.
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.
Development of appropriate heating and cooling devices for the decentralised energetic use of waste biomass from agriculture and forestry in central and eastern europe.
Industrial production process of thin wafers, 150 to 200 micrometers, through a silicon ribbon on a sacrificial carbon template (rst technology). A back contact solar cell process based on thin silicon ribbons will be developed and tested.
Development of standard parameters for pyrolysis of remains and other recycling, for complete use of pyrolysis gas by methanisation and recycling of biogas in a gas motor work facility
The latter stages of this work will be focused on the industrialisation of high concentration photovoltaic modules: lens manufacturing optimisation, development of their quality test controls, and optimisation of assembly processes.
Carbon dioxide for the growth of algae in thin-layer solar bioreactors comes from the combustion of municipal waste. Its use decreases the price of algal biomass, extends its utilisation and reduces the amount of waste co2 emitted into the atmosphere.