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.
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.
Integrated set of system components including state-of-the-art me1 class led based street lighting fixture, a communication and control gateway that will exchange information with a (mesh) network of luminaires and the street lighting monitoring and control software
There are thousands of buildings and apartments with a very low heating energy efficiency. Because of different restrictions and obstacles especially for historical buildings or those protected as monuments the only possible solution could be inside thermal insulation.
To develop a hybrid power pack for ground utility vehicles at the copenhagen airport, which both improves fuel efficiency and reduces the emission of ultra fine particles. The power pack consists of a fuel cell, a combustion engine and a battery and it operates on bio fuel.
Development of market ready cloud-based software platform and commissioning service for energy efficiency integrated demand response (dr) management including behavioral and automated demand response and automated measurement and verification (m&v) tool for dr in wholesale and retail market.
The scope of this project is to develop a software tool for the measurement and verification of the energy savings as a support of energy performance contracting. This tool will be based and done under the international performance measurement and verification protocol (ipmvp)
The aim of this project is to develop 100w microtubular or flat tubular solid oxide fuel cell system working with directly hydrocarbon gases for unmanned air vehicles. The system will be tested on vestel defence industries' own unmanned air vehicle called efe.