Priority 1 Projects Open for ttc top-up Call (FP6-2006-ttc-tu-priority 1) – sustainable energy



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Priority 6.1 Projects Open for TTC Top-up Call (FP6-2006-TTC-TU-Priority-6.1) – SUSTAINABLE ENERGY



Título Proyecto y
Acronimo

Instrumento

Institución Coordinadora

y Coordinadores

Otras Instituciones participantes

Objetivo

(Sitio Web)

Advanced Thin-Film Technologies for Cost

Effective Photovoltaics
(ATHLET)


Proyecto Integrado

Hahn-Meitner Institut, Berlin (Alemania)
Martha Christina LUX-STEINER

Lux-Steiner@hmi.de




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Towards Hydrogen and Electricity Production with Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage


(DYNAMIS)

Proyecto Integrado

SINTEF Group (Noruega)
Nils Anders RÖKKE

nils.a.rokke@sintef.no




  1. SINTEF Energiforskning AS (NO)

  2. STATOIL ASA (NO)

  3. BP (NO)

  4. Store Norske Spitsbergen Grubekompani (NO)

  5. Vattenfall Aktiebolag (SE)

  6. E.ON (UK )

  7. Endesa Generacíon (ES)

  8. Enel (IT)

  9. Alstom (FR)

  10. Siemens (DE)

  11. Air Liquide

  12. Schlumberger

  13. Progressive Energy Limited (UK)

  14. Société Générale (FR)

  15. SINTEF (NO)

  16. Joint Research Center (BE)

  17. Fraunhofer (DE)

  18. Institut Français du Pétrole (FR)

  19. British Geological Survey (UK)

  20. Ecofys

  21. GEUS (NL)

  22. TNO (NL)

  23. IEA GHG (UK)

  24. BGR (DE)

  25. Technical University of Sofia (BG)

  26. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)




The project is structured in two phases: First phase retrieves and generates enough data for a technical screening of coal and gas based technologies. Second phase uses these data to provide engineering schemes for a gas and /or a coal fired plant including the required boundary conditions to do so.

A science base on Photovoltaics performance for increased market transparency and costumer confidence


(PERFORMAN CE)

Proyecto Integrado

Volker WITTWER

pmo@pvperformance.org


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Research co-ordination, assessment, deployment and support to HyCOM


(Roads2HyCOM)

Proyecto Integrado

Ricardo (Gran Bretaña)
Nick OWEN

nick.owen@ricardo.com





  1. Ricardo (GB)

  2. DaimlerChrysler (DE)

  3. Icelandic New Energy (IS)

  4. RWTH Aachen - IKA (DE)

  5. Air Products (UK)

  6. INERIS (FR)

  7. PLANET (DE)

  8. Airbus (DE)

  9. Institite of Energy (PL)

  10. EC - Joint Research Centre (BE)

  11. AVL (AT)

  12. Intelligent Energy (UK)

  13. Institut Francais du Petrole (FR)

  14. Coretec Ventures (GB)

  15. JBRC, Prague University (CZ)

  16. Air Liquide (FR)

  17. Centro Richerche FIAT (IT)

  18. Centre Cortes, Moscow (RU)

  19. CRES (GR)

  20. Element Energy (GB)

  21. Norsk Hydro (NO)

  22. College d'Europe (BE)

  23. EnergieTechnologie (DE)

  24. Riso (DK)

  25. NTDA (ES)

  26. FEV Motorentechnik (DE)

  27. TNO (NL)

  28. ECN (NL)

  29. Gaz de France (FR)

  30. Volvo Technology (SE)




Roads2HyCom is a project to assess and monitor Hydrogen and Fuel Cell technologies for stationary and mobile energy application against current and future infrastructures, and the needs of communities which may be early adopters of the technology, in order to support the Commission and stakeholders in planning future activities. The project philosophy is to determine a generic set of “metrics”, which will be used to characterise the State of the Art in Technologies, capability of Infrastructure and needs of Communities. The Roads2HyCom team will be opening a dialogue with the research community to gather information on these “metrics”. We welcome your support in conducting our analysis - and your support will enable us to work with the Commission and Technology Platform in developing future plans
http://www.roads2hy.com/

Large-Area CIS Based Solar Modules for Highly Productive Manufacturing


(LARCIS)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (Alemania)
Michael POWALLA

michael.powalla@zsw-bw.de




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ENhanced Geothermal Innovative Network for

Europe
(ENGINE)


Acción de Coordinación

Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières - BRMG

(Francia)


Patrick LEDRU

p.ledru@brgm.fr



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BiGPower Advanced Biomass Gasification for High-Efficiency Power


(BiGPower)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

VTT
(Finlandia)
Esa KURKELA

esa.kurkela@vtt.fi




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The project aims at developing reliable, cost effective and fuel flexible gasification technologies for high-efficiency small-to-medium scale power production from biomass. Three promising European gasification technologies have been selected to form the basis for the development of the second generation processes: air-blow fixed-bed gasifier for size range 0.5-5 MWe, steam gasification in a dual-fluidised-bed gasifier for 5-50 MWe and air-blown pressurised fluidised-bed gasification technology for 5-100MWe.

Hydrogen from Solar Thermal Energy: High Temperature Solar Chemical Reactor for Co

Production of hydrogen and carbon black from natural gas cracking
(SOLHYCARB)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

CNRS/PROMES (Francia)
Gilles FLAMANT

flamant@promes.cnrs.fr




  1. Laboratoire Procédés, Matériaux, et Energie Solaire (CNRS/PROMES) (FR)

  2. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (CH)

  3. Paul Scherrer Institute (CH)

  4. Weizmann Institute of Science (IL)

  5. Centre for Research and Technology Hellas / Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute (GR)

  6. Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt, e.V., Inst. for Techn. Thermodynamics, Solar Research Division (DE)

  7. TIMCAL BE (BE)

  8. Solúcar (ES)

  9. VEOLIA Environnement – CREED (FR)

  10. N-GHY (FR)




Objectives: Design and construction of innovative solar reactors; Solar reactors testing and modeling, and performance evaluation; Analysis, purification, and industrial uses of the produced gas; Measurement of CB characteristics and properties; Technical-economical design of decentralized (dish) and large scale solar processes (based on the solar tower concept).
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1103/1594/SOLHYCARB_ABANADES_TechDays05_051129.pdf

Advanced Power Converters for Universal and Flexible Power Management in Future Electricity Networks


(UNIFLEX-PM)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Transmission and Distribution: AREVA (Francia)
Roger John BASSETT

roger.bassett@areva-td.com




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Chemical Looping Combustion CO2-Ready Gas Power


(CLC GAS POWER)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Chalmers University of Technology, school of Mechanical Engineering (Suecia)
Anders LYNGFELT

Anders.Lyngfelt@me.chalmers.se



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Proton Exchange Membrane- based Electrochemical Hygrogen Generator


(GenHyPEM)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Université Paris-sud XI (Francia)
Pierre MILLET

pierre.millet@scmat.u-psud.fr




  1. Compagnie Européenne des Technologies de l'Hydrogène (FR)

  2. GKN (DE)

  3. D+ (BE)

  4. KI (RU)

  5. OVM (RO)




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Development of solar-grade silicon feedstock for X wafers and cells, by purification and

crystallisation
(FoXy)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

SINTEF Group (Noruega)
Aud WÆRNES

Aud.N.Warnes@sintef.no




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Generic Fuel Cell Modelling Environment


(GenFC)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Forschungszentrum Jülich (Alemania)
Andreas GUBNER

a.gubner@fzjuelich.de




  1. Forschungszentrum Jülich (DE)

  2. Fluent

  3. Empa Material Science & Technology (CH)

  4. Institute for Chemical Technology of Inorganic Materials, Graz University of Technology (AT)

  5. Aixprocess (DE)

  6. REDHADA SL (ES)


The main objective of the project is to bring the available expert knowledge on fuel cell modelling under a common umbrella, i.e. a structured framework with defined interfaces that links individual FC models. The objective is to take fuel cell modelling a step further and to provide that umbrella by creating an integrated mathematical modelling environment applying to all important fuel cell types from the system level down to the electrode level. The overall goal of GenFC is to provide a generic modelling tool to fuel cell and fuel cell systems developers making fuel cell modelling expert knowledge available for all of them. The fuel cell and fuel cell systems developers can then use this tool to improve and accelerate fuel cell development and to contribute to a future success of the fuel cell technology.
http://www.genfc.org

Non-thermal production of pure hydrogen from Biomass


(HYVOLUTION)

Proyecto Integrado

Wageningen UR Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (Países Bajos)
Pieternel A.m. CLAASSEN

pieternel.claassen@wur.nl





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The aim is “Development of a blue-print for an industrial bioprocess for decentral hydrogen production from locally produced biomass” adds to the number and diversity of H2 production routes giving greater security of supply at the local and regional level. Moreover, this IP contributes a complementary strategy to fulfil the increased demand for renewable hydrogen expected in the transition to the Hydrogen Economy. The novel approach in HYVOLUTION is based on a combined bioprocess employing thermophilic and phototrophic bacteria, to provide the highest hydrogen production efficiency in small-scale, cost effective industries.
http://www.ihec2005.org/abstract/MANUSPDF/ClaassenP.A.M.-NL.pdf

http://www.biohydrogen.nl/hyvolution


New Methods for Superior Integrated Hydrogen

Generation System
(NEMESIS)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

German Aerospace Center (Alemania)
Antje WÖRNER

antje.woerner@dlr.de




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Global Process To Improve Cynara cardunculus


Exploitation for Energy Applications
(BIOCARD)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

TECNATOM S.A. (España)
Andrés SÁNCHEZ-BIEZMA SACRISTÁN

asanchez@tecnatom.es





  1. Alma Mater Studiorum-Universita Di Bologna (IT)

  2. Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DK)

  3. Consiglio Per La Ricerca e Sperimentazione In Agricoltura (IT)

  4. Endesa Generacion SA (España)

  5. Fundacion Gaiker (España)

  6. Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (España)

  7. Man B&W Diesel Aktiengesellschaft (Alemania)

  8. Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus (FI)

  9. Fundacion Circe - Centro De Investigacion De Recursos Y Consumos Energeticos (ES)

  10. Queen's University Belfast (UK)

  11. Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas (ES)




The project aims at demonstrating technical and economical feasibility of a global process for Cynara Cardunculus exploitation for energy applications. This energy crop is suited for the Mediterranean area where problems of water insufficiency exist. A combined process to produce liquid biofuel from seeds and energy from the lignocellulosic part will be studied. Different technologies for biomass energy conversion will be compared.
http://www.biomatnet.org/secure/FP6/S1845.htm

Solar-Hybrid Power and Cogeneration Plants


(SOLHYCO)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

German Aerospace Center (Alemania)
Reiner BUCK

reiner.buck@dlr.de




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Full-scale demonstration of robust and highefficiency

wave energy converter

(WAVESSG)



Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

WAVEenergy AS (Noruega)
Lars RAUNHOLT

lraunholt@yahoo.no




Denmark; Germany; Hungary


The main objective of the present project is to operate at full-scale one module of the Seawave Slot-cone Generator (SSG) converter in 19 kW/m wave climate, including turbine, generator and control system.

High density power electronics for FC- and ICEHybrid

Electric Vehicle Powertrains
(HOPE)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Siemens AG (Alemania)
Eckhard WOLFGANG

eckhard.wolfgang@siemens.com




  1. Warsaw University of Technology (PL)

  2. University of Technology Belfort-Montbéliard (FR)

  3. Volkswagen (DE)

  4. VALEO (FR)

  5. Siemens (DE)

  6. Robert Bosch (DE)

  7. Renault (FR)

  8. Magna Steyr (AT)

  9. Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité (FR)

  10. Fraunhofer (DE)

  11. Federal Institute of Technology (CH)

  12. DaimlerChrysler (DE)




The overall objective of the HOPE Project is the reduction of costs, volume and weight, while meeting the reliability requirements.

https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1108/1646/HOPE_KRIEGEL_TechDays05_051130_FINAL.pdf



Advanced Architectures and Control Concepts for More Microgrids


(MORE MICROGRIDS)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

National Technical University of Athens (GR)
Nikos HATZIARGYRIOU

nh@power.ece.ntua.gr




  1. Energias de Portugal (PT)

  2. CONTINUON (NL)

  3. MVV (D)

  4. Centro Elettrotecnico Sperimentale Italiano (IT)

  5. ELTRA (De)

  6. LODZ Distr (PL)

  7. ICCS/NTUA (GR)

  8. INESC Porto (PT)

  9. University of Manchester (UK)

  10. ISET (DE)

  11. ARMINES (FR)

  12. LABEIN (ES)

  13. SIEMENS (DE)

  14. ABB (SE)

  15. SMA Technologie AG (DE)

  16. EmForce (NL)

  17. GERMANOS (GR)

  18. ANCO (NL)




Contribute to increase the share of renewables and to reduce GHG emissions; Study the operation of MicroGrids in normal and islanding conditions; Optimize the operation of local generation sources; Develop and demonstrate control strategies to ensure efficient, reliable and economic operation; Simulate and demonstrate a MicroGrid in lab conditions; Define protection and grounding schemes; Define communication infrastructure and protocols; Identify legal, administrative and regulatory barriers and propose measures to eliminate them.
http://www.kape.gov.pl/PL/Wydarzenia/imprezy/20041007_20041008_a/8/N_Hatziargyriou.ppt

Fuel Flexible, Air-regulated, Modular, Electrically Integrated SOFC System


(FLAME-SOFC)

Proyecto Integrado

VDI/VDE Innovation und Technik GmbH (Alemania)
Jürgen VALLDORF

valldorf@vdivdeit.de




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The overall objective of the FlameSOFC project is the development of an innovative SOFC-based micro-CHP system capable to operate with different fuels and fulfilling all technological and market requirements at a European level. The mainfocus concerning the multi-fuel flexibility lies on different natural gas qualities and LPG, but also on liquid fuels (diesel like heating oil, industrial gas oil IGO and renewables like FAME). The target nominal net electrical output is 2 kWel (stack electrical output ca. 2,5 kW), which is expected to represent the future mainstream high volume mass market for micro-CHPs.
http://www.flamesofc.org/public/

New Improvements for Ligno-cellulosic Ethanol


(NILE)

Proyecto Integrado

Institut Français du Pétrole (FR)
Frédéric MONOT

frederic.monot@ifp.fr




  1. Institut Français du Pétrole (FR)

  2. INRA (FR)

  3. VTT (FI)

  4. ETEK

  5. Lund University (SE)

  6. European Biomass Association (BE)

  7. FIAT (IT)

  8. BAFF (DE)

  9. SEKAB (SE)




To prepare the mass production of bioethanol from lignocellulosic feedstocks, i.e. at a competitive cost for its incorporation in fuels, by developing and designing a

reliable and viable process. To be ready for the next steps (> 5.75%) of the European directive on biofuels. To allow Europe to have a leading position on this

technology.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/energy/pdf/biomass03_monot.pdf

Security of Supply PhotoVoltaic Inverter:

combined UPS, power quality and grid support function in a photovoltaic inverter for weak low voltage grids

(SoS-PVI)



Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Marion PERRIN

marion.perrin@cea.fr


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