Isel is a concept, which is to ensure the uninterrupted running of emergency lighting during a fire alarm, without being dependent on the network supply.
To develop high power (over 250 kw) high temperature (up to 80 celsius) heat pump for industrial exploitation of low temperature (up to 40 celsius) geothermal sources.
The main goal is the design and development of an innovative generation of power transformers (from 12.5 to 50 mva) based on a new biodegradable dielectric fluid.
To develop a blind equipped with a latent heat-storage unit: 1.Adoption of the pcm-material into a filigree structure 2.Energetic optimisation 3.Frame carrying the additional weight without loss of function.
To develop a methodology for engineering safe pump-turbines meeting the challenging requirements of the hydropower market. Discovery experiments will be conducted with the hydrodyna pump-turbine model, and a computing methodology will be developed and validated with experiments.
Gett fuel cells international ab has identified a player who through its competence and strength has the capacity to reach a cost level that makes commercialisation of the gett fuel cell membranes possible, thus reaching big markets.
The project will drastically improve an existing sodium borohydride (sbh) production method. Together with additional ip owned by the main participant, the project will enable usage of sbh as hydrogen storage material for automotive and other applications.
Two partner companies will jointly develop a highly capable/smart electronic metering system for use in households able to gather data from other energy meters (heat, water, etc.) And wireless communication to customer displays (showing current use of energy, co2 emission, etc.).
Orionsolar will be improving their 15cm x 15cm single cell design and assembly to give 7% efficient pv dye cell modules in fully scaled-up manufacturing processes. Solaronix will be scaling up their narrow strip monolithic module design to 30cm x 30cm and then 90cm x 60cm size with 6% efficiency.
The mtt-cap project comprises the research and development of a combined auxiliary power unit (apu) and parking heater for trucks, which leads to savings in terms of fuel, noise and exhaust gas emissions (co2, nox, soot) and engine wear.