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.
Design and development of a fast battery charger for electrical toys (in particular electrical vehicles) by adapting an existing technology to the specific reqiurements of toy manufacturers in terms of weight, size, price, etc.
New boiler capable of working with any of the gas families (nat gas and lpg) as well as with biogas and hydrogenated mixtures of the aforementioned gases, compensating for gas composition variations,gas pressure,mains voltage and clogging.
To develop a new commutated electronic power converter which has great versatility in the transfer of energy from one or more power-supply ports to one or more lead gates.
To define and develop an innovative embedded light with led technologies satisfying the regulation and the various constraints applying to airport lighting equipment.
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.
In order to develop an internal combustion engine with direct injection of natural gas, a new fuel and ems (engine management system) system has to be developed and applied to a commercial 4-stroke si engine.
The main objective of the adasy project is to develop a commercial lighting system based on daylight, which is dimmable and mainly designed for office applications.
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.
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.