The project mission is to build a system of intelligent wireless electrical installations. The system will comply with current standards and will form a 'superstructure' for previously made applications.
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.
Based on gas bearings and direct drive, permanent magnet, high frequency synchronous motors, downhole gas compression offers a technically feasible solution for accelerating production and increasing the ultimate recovery from depleting gas fields.
The reduction of energy consumption in cement production is achieved by means of using alternative fuels based on different types of organic containing waste.
A new and innovative process will be developed to solve the glycerin glut from biodiesel production by converting it into an additive for diesel fuels: gtbe. Adding gtbe to diesel fuels will lower the emission of fine particles up to 50%
To develop new technology and equipment for ultrasonic treatment of biosolids, to increase the capacity of biogas power stations by about 30-40%.
Developing very cheap photovoltaic cells based on dye sensitised titanium dioxide chemistry. The product would be a glass-metal foil or glass-plastic sandwich, half the weight of a silicon product of a similar size.
Integration of thin-film pv (photovoltaic) cells, setting them into the intemper flat-roof system. A global monitoring system development. Development of an interrelation map.
The project will see a complete hardware and software solution for gas management developed.The solution will be based on automatic meters reading via gprs and on an intelligent software system for collecting, analysis and distributing data
There is a large market demand for a fast-charge battery with built-in charger. In this project, a fast-charge high-power li-ion powerpack with an integrated high-efficiency charger will be developed.