Development of a high yield fermentation where residual flows are no longer a by-product but more raw materials for other industries. Valuable minerals such as potassium and phosphate are recovered. Organic remains are converted into biomass for incinerators to produce green electricity.
In cooperation airec and bekaert develop and introduce to an international oem-market a system with hex and burner for gas fired instantaneous water heaters with large advantages as: higher condensing efficiency, quicker heating process, low nox, reduced co2-emissions and a compact design.
Wetren aims to research, develop and validate the waste energy driven air conditioning system (wedacs)-technology. This add-on technology for gasoline engines reduces co2 emissions and fuel consumption up to 15% by eliminating the conventional alternator and offering air conditioning support.
The project is aiming at developing environment prompt, easy to access and transparent to use energy efficiency monitoring system used for energy consumption and efficiency monitoring.
The project deals with optimisation of forming processes for sheet metal part production. Decrease of used energy and minimisation of environmental burdening are main objectives achieved by process design, material optimisation, increased adaptability of the tooling, and tribological conditions.
With this project we will develop a geothermal gravity heat pipe for the exploitation of geothermal energy from unproductive wells 3,000 meters deep and at a temperature of 155 degrees celsius.
The european directive 2009/28/ce promotes the participation of biomass from renewable sources. The goal of the project is to investigate the aplication of poplar as an energy crop for electricity generation from biomass, in order to increase the percentage of biomass in the energy mix.
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 an efficient technology and equipment which is suitable to small farms for economical production of bio-ethanol fuel for own need including production of electrical energy and for sales of surplus to local/regional distributors, industries, farmers, etc.
The project is focused on the development of a 5 kwe stirling dish employing a new concept of concentrator, a new generation of solar receiver that may include hybrid operation and/or storage option, and a free piston stirling engine; allowing a reduction of the system's cost down to 2 euros/watt.