Supercritical Aqueous Reforming of Moist Sewage Sludge a sustainable Energy Concept for Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs)
SOLARPower2.0 – Solar Panels that make solar farms cost competitive with coal-fired power plants
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.
To develop and demonstrate prototype production equipment for an economically viable module assembly line, which is suitable for high handling yield and high throughput of thin and high-efficiency solar cells, and which is ready to be put on the market at project-end.
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.