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Innovative Materials for Future Generation Excitonic Solar Cells
ID: 227057
Start date: 2009-04-01, End date: 2012-03-31
INNOVASOL aims to develop radically new nanostructured materials for photovoltaic (PV) excitonic solar cells (XSCs) really competitive with traditional energy sources. The main objective is to leapfrog current limitations of third-generation PV devices through a drastic impro...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 109411
Last updated on: 2017-05-29
Fast Rechargeable Zinc-Polymer Battery based on Ionic Liquids
ID: 226655
Start date: 2009-08-01, End date: 2013-01-31
Current battery technologies for hybrid (HEVs) and small electric vehicles (EVs) have technological, cost or environmental limitations. Despite this, the global market for HEVs and EVs is growing rapidly and is expected to top $2billion by 2015. The PolyZion project will crea...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 91103
Last updated on: 2017-05-29
Materials for high energy accumulators in traction and tools
ID: 227541
Start date: 2009-04-01, End date: 2012-03-31
A.1.2. Project summary The overall objective of the MAHEATT project is to develop a prototype cost-effective lithium-ion high energy battery technology with electrode performances well beyond the current state-of-the-art, with automotive applications (hybrid vehicles and elec...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 91269
Last updated on: 2017-05-25
All-inorganic nano-rod based thin-film solarcells on glass
ID: 227497
Start date: 2009-01-01, End date: 2011-12-31
Thin film solar cells, based on non-toxic, abundant and air-stable silicon (Si) will probably, based on forecasts, dominate the photovoltaic market in the future and thus replace bulk Si from its leading position. This prognosis is fostered by the strong cost reduction potent...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 89444
Last updated on: 2017-05-25
Smart Membrane for hydrogen energy conversion: All fuel cell functionalities in One Material
ID: 227177
Start date: 2009-04-01, End date: 2012-03-31
A breakthrough of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFC) requires a radical performances improvement of the key fuel cell material components (catalysts and protonic membrane) as well as highly innovative solutions to overcome the membrane assembly and integration limita...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 109412
Last updated on: 2017-05-25
Fluorine substituted High Capacity Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage at low working temperatures
ID: 226943
Start date: 2009-01-01, End date: 2011-12-31
At present there is no solid state hydrogen storage material available fulfilling all requirements for practical use in mobile applications. These are 1. high storage density, 2. temperatures and heats of operation compatible with PEM fuel cells, 3. high hydrogen loading and ...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 89270
Last updated on: 2017-05-25
Plasmons Generating Nanocomposite Materials (PGNM) for 3rd Generation Thin Film Solar Cells
ID: 226820
Start date: 2009-02-01, End date: 2011-01-31
The objective of the SOLAMON project is to develop high potential Plasmon Generating Nanocomposite Materials (PGNM) which will pave the way to the generation III solar cells (high efficiency & low cost). The objective is an augmentation in the External Quantum Efficiency resu...
Programme: FP7-NMP
Record Number: 89442
Last updated on: 2017-05-25
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