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



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Hybrid hydrogen - carbon dioxide separtion systems


(HY2SEPS)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Institute of Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Chemical Processes (Grecia)
Vladimiros NIKOLAKIS

vnikolak@iceht.forth.gr




  1. Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Institute of Chemical Engineering & High Temperature Chemical Processes (GR)

  2. Universidade do Porto – Faculdade de Engenharia (PT)

  3. Institute of Chemical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)

  4. Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine (UK)

  5. Process Systems Enterprise Limited (UK)

  6. HYGEAR B.V. (NL)

  7. Ceramiques Techniques et Industrielles s.a. (FR)




Generation of transport and adsorption data for

H2/CO2 multicomponent mixtures (CH4, H2O, CO) for

well characterized membrane and sorbent materials. Development and improvement of membrane and PSA

separation models. Design and optimization of membrane, PSA and hybrid separation systems using the improved models developed. Component design for the manufacture of a lab-scale hybrid separation system prototype. Assessment of the hybrid separation process

sustainability and impact on the environment based on a life cycle analysis approach
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1105/1609/HY2SEPS_NIKOLAKIS_TechDays05_051205_FINAL.pdf

Prediction Of Waves, Wakes and Offshore Wind

(POW'WOW)


Acción de Coordinación

Riso National Laboratory (Dinamarca)
Gregor GIEBEL

Gregor.Giebel@risoe.dk




  1. Risø National Laboratory (DK)

  2. Technical University of Denmark (DK)

  3. Association pour la Recherche et le Développement des Méthodes et Processus Industriels (FR)

  4. FUNDACION CENER-CIEMAT (ES)

  5. Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (DE)

  6. Energy & Meteo systems GmbH (DE)

  7. Institut für Solare Energieversorgungstechnik, Verein an der Universität Kassel e.V. (DE)

  8. Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES)

  9. Instituto Nacional de Engenharia Tecnologia e Inovação I.P. (PT)

  10. Instytut Budownictwa Mechanizacji i Elektryfikacji Rolnictwa (PL)




The purpose of this Action is to: co-ordinate the activities in fields related to short-term forecasting of wind power, offshore wind and wave resource prediction, and offshore wakes in large wind farms; and to spread the knowledge gained from these projects among the partners and colleagues, and to start the work on some roadmaps for the future. Will try to harmonise approaches to wave and wind modelling offshore, helping the short-term forecasting and wake research communities by establishing virtual laboratories, offering specialised workshops, and setting up expert groups with large outreach in the mentioned fields. The purpose of this Action is to co-ordinate the activities in these related fields, to spread the knowledge gained from past and existing National or International projects among the partners and colleagues and to start the work on some roadmaps for the future.

Calcium Cycle For Efficient And Low Cost Co2 Capture In Fluidized Bed Systems


(C3-Capture)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

University of Stuttgart (Alemania)
Roland BERGER

berger@ivd.unistuttgart.de




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A Coordinated Action towards the promotion and

consolidation of all RTD activities for large-scale

integration of DER in the electricity market


(SOLID-DER)

Acción de Coordinación

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (Países Bajos)
Frits VAN OOSTVOORN

oostvoorn@ecn.nl




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The project will assess the barriers for further integration of DER, overcome both the lack of awareness of benefits of DER solutions and fragmentation in EU R&D results by consolidating all European DER research activities and report on is common findings. In particular awareness of DER solutions and benefits will be raised in the new Member States, thereby addressing their specific issues and barriers and incorporate them in the existing EU DER integration R&D community.

Integrated Wind Turbine Design


(UPWIND)

Proyecto Integrado

Riso National laboratory (Dinamarca)
Peter Hjuler JENSEN

peter.hjuler@risoe.dk




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Roll-to-roll technology for the production of highefficiency

low cost thin film silicon photovoltaic modules
(FLEXCELLENCE)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

University of Neuchâtel (Suiza)
Christophe BALLIF

ballif@unine.ch




  1. University of Neuchâtel (CH)

  2. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (NL)

  3. EXITECH (CH)

  4. VHF-Technologies (CH)

  5. Fraunhofer Institute for Electron beam and Plasma technology (DE)

  6. Roth and Rau (DE)

  7. University of Barcelona (ES)

  8. Universitiy of Ljubljana (SI)




The goal of the project is to develop the equipment and the processes for cost-effective roll-to-roll production of high-efficiency thin-film modules, involving microcrystalline and amorphous silicon. All aspects necessary for a successful implementation of this novel production technology will be considered simultaneously, by benefiting from the extended experience of the partners in the four major activity sectors of processing, interconnection, encapsulation and machinery.
http://www2.unine.ch/flex

Sustainable Economically Efficient Wave Energy

Converter
(SEEWEC)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Ghent University (Bélgica)
Julien DE ROUCK

julien.derouck@ugent.be




  1. Ghent University (BE)

  2. Spiromatic NV (BE)

  3. ABB (SE)

  4. Standfast Yachts (NL)

  5. Brevik Engineers A.S. (NO)

  6. Marintek (NO)

  7. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)

  8. Instituto Superior Tecnico (PT)

  9. Chalmers University of Technology (SE)

  10. Fred Olsen Ltd. (UK)

  11. Natural Power Consultants Ltd. (UK)



Development of the 2nd generation FO³ wave energy converter through extensive use of the experience from monitoring the 1:3 laboratory rig and the 1:1 prototype. The project will focus on robust cost effective solutions and design for large scale (mass)manufacturing.

Carbon Dioxide Capture and Hydrogen Production from Gaseous Fuels


(CACHET)

Proyecto Integrado

BP
Jonathan FORSYTH

jonathan.forsyth@bp.com




  1. BP

  2. Shell

  3. Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (IT)

  4. Chevron

  5. ConocoPhillips (US)

  6. Suncor (CA)

  7. Petrobras Petróleo Brasileiro SA (BR)

  8. Hydro

  9. Endesa (ES)

  10. E.ON (NL)

  11. Electricity Authority of Cyprus (GR)

  12. Siemens (DE)

  13. PDC

  14. Air Products

  15. Technip

  16. Alstom (FR)

  17. Meggitt (UK)

  18. Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (NL)

  19. Institut Français du Pétrole (FR)

  20. Fraunhofer Umsicht (DE)

  21. Institute for Ecology of Industrial Areas (PL)

  22. Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (CN)

  23. Technical University of Vienna (AT)

  24. Technical University of Sofia (BG)

  25. National Technical University of Athens (GR)

  26. Chalmers University (SE)

  27. Mendeleev University (RU)

  28. CSIC (ES)




Objective: Develop technology to reduce cost of CO2 capture to EU target of 20 to 30 €/tonne at 90% capture

Rate. 4 main technology areas: Featuring advanced

Technologies for syngas production, CO shift with CO2 capture and direct H2 production (Advanced SMR /

Chemical looping and One-step / Membranes /

SEWGS)
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1105/1608/CACHET_WRIGHT_TechDays05_051208.pdf

Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle System Component

Development
(HySYS)


Proyecto Integrado

DaimlerChrysler (DE)
Joerg WIND

joerg.wind@daimlerchrysler.com





25 (14 Industry, 2 SMEs, 4 Institutes, 5 Universities)


Improvement of fuel cell system components for market readiness. Improvement of electric drive train components (Synergies FC and ICE-hybrids) for market readiness. Optimisation of system architecture for low energy consumption, high performance, high durability and reliability. Optimisation of energy management. Development of low cost components for mass production. Validation of component and system performance on FC Vehicles.
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1097/1613/HySYS_WIND_TechDays05_051205_1stDRAFT.pdf

Development and validation of technical and economic feasibility of a multi MW Wave Dragon offshore wave energy converter


(Wave Dragon MW)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Spok (Dinamarca)
Erik FRIISMADSEN

info@wavedragon.net




Austria; Germany; Ireland; Norway; Poland; United Kingdom


The project will develop the Wave Dragon technology further from the tested all steel built 20 kW prototype to a full size composite built 4 MW unit and by comprehensive testing validate the technical and economic feasibility.

Solar Hydrogen via Water Splitting in Advanced

Monolithic Reactors for Future Solar Power plants.
(HYDROSOL II)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

CERTH/CPERI (Grecia)
Athanasios KONSTANDOPOU

agk@cperi.certh.gr





  1. Aerosol & Particle Technology (GR)

  2. CERTH/CPERI (GR)

  3. Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DE)

  4. Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medio Ambientales Y Tecnológicas (ES)

  5. Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells (UK)

  6. Stobbe Technical Ceramics (DK)




Aims for the following: Development of a high-capacity pilot plant (100 kWth) for the solar thermal production of

hydrogen via a two-step water-splitting thermochemical cycle. Continuous, multi-cycle operation in a solar

receiver/catalytic reactor assembly (with a modular set-up of honeycomb reactors). Scale up of the concept to achieve mass production of solar hydrogen.
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1105/1611/HYDROSOL-II_KONSTANDOPOULOS_TechDays05_051205_FINAL.pdf

Grid Architecture for Wind Power Production with

Energy Storage through load shifting in Refrigerated Warehouses
(Night Wind)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

TNO Environment, Energy and Process Innovation (Países Bajos)
Sietze M. VAN DER SLUIS

s.m.vandersluis@mep.tno.nl





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Automotive High Temperature Fuel Cell Membranes


(autobrane)

Proyecto Integrado

DaimlerChrysler (DE)
Erich ERDLE

erich.erdle@daimlerchrysler.com




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https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1098/1600/AUTOBRANE_ERDLE_TechDays05_051208_FINAL.pdf

Demonstration of SOFC stack technology for operation at 600C


(SOFC600)

Proyecto Integrado

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (Países Bajos)
Bert RIETVELD

g.rietveld@ecn.nl




  1. University of Warwick (UK)

  2. Stanford University (UK)

  3. Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (DE)

  4. Montanuniversitaet Leoben (AT)

  5. Risø National Laboratory (DK)

  6. Imperial College (UK)

  7. Forschungszentrum Juelich (DE)

  8. Materials Science & Technology (CH)

  9. University of Helsinki (FI)

  10. High Tech Center (CH)

  11. Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (NL)

  12. Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (CN)

  13. National Research Council (CA)

  14. NTDA Energía (ES)

  15. TOFC (DK)

  16. CNRS (FR)




Research and development project with emphasis on development of novel materials, (near-nano) microstructures and manufacturing processes. Development of stack components for operation at 600oC aiming for endurance and cost. Anodes, cathodes and electrolytes. Interconnect materials. Contact and barrier/protective coatings. Seals. Components are demonstrated by integration in the current cell and stack technology of the developers. The development and delivery of full cells and stacks itself is outside the scope of the project.
https://www.hfpeurope.org/uploads/1100/1586/SOFC600_BERKEL-RIETVELD_TechDays05_051207_V07_FINAL.pdf

Modelling of Energy Technologies Prospective in

a General and Partial Equilibrium Framework
(MENGTECH)


Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Applied Sciences (Bélgica)
Denise VAN REGEMORTER

denise.vanregemor ter@econ.kuleuven.ac.be



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Advanced separation and storage of carbon dioxide : Design, Synthesis and Applications of Novel Nanoporous Sorbents


(DeSANNS)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Universidad de Marsella (Francia)
Philip LLEWELLYN

pllew@up.univmrs.fr




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Fuel Cell Testing, Safety and Quality assurance


(FCTESQA)

Proyecto Específico de Investigación Focalizada (STREP)

Centro Ricerche Casaccia, Ente per le Nuove Tecnologie, l’Energia e l’Ambiente
Angelo MORENO

Moreno@casaccia.enea.it




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The project addresses pre-normative research, benchmarking, and validation through round robin testing of harmonised, industry-wide test protocols and testing methodologies. This activity will contribute to the early and market-oriented development of specifications and pre-standards. FCTESQA results will be discussed, debated and agreed in co-operative progress meetings and dedicated international workshops under the IPHE auspices.

Crystalline Silicon PV: Low-cost, highly efficient and reliable modules


(CRYSTAL CLEAR)

Proyecto Integrado

Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (Países Bajos)
Wim SINKE

sinke@ecn.nl




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The main objective of the CRYSTAL CLEAR project is to research, develop and integrate crystalline silicon technologies that allow PV modules to be produced at module costs of €1/Wp in next generation plants while improving their environmental profile by 20%. Although crystalline silicon is currently dominating the market, there is still considerable potential for improvement, and one of the main objectives of CRYSTALCLEAR is to reduce module manufacturing costs by 60%. The project also aims to drive down energy payback time – the period of operation of a module required to produce the same amount of energy consumed during its manufacturing.

CO2, from Capture to Storage


(CASTOR)


Proyecto Integrado

IFP (Francia)
Pierre LE THIEZ

pierre.lethiez@ifp.fr




  1. IFP (FR)

  2. TNO (NL)

  3. SINTEF (NO)

  4. NTNU (NO)

  5. British Geological Survey (UK)

  6. BGR (DE)

  7. BRGM (FR)

  8. GEUS (DK)

  9. Imperial College London (UK)

  10. OGS (IT)

  11. University of Twente (NL)

  12. University of Stuttgart (DE)

  13. STATOIL

  14. Gaz de France (FR)

  15. REPSOLYPF

  16. ROHOEL (AT)

  17. ENITecnologie (IT)

  18. Vattenfall (SE)

  19. ELSAM

  20. EnergiE2 (DK)

  21. RWE

  22. PPC (GR)

  23. Powergen (UK)

  24. Alstom Power

  25. Mitsui Babcock

  26. Siemens

  27. BASF

  28. GVS (IT)




Key targets will be: A major reduction in post-combustion capture costs, from 50-60 € down to 20-30 € per ton of CO2 (large volumes of flue gases need to be treated with low CO2 content and low pressure). To advance general acceptance of the overall concept in terms of storage performance (capacity, CO2 residence time), storage security and environmental acceptability.To start the development of an integrated strategy connecting capture, transport and storage options for Europe.
http://www.co2-castor.com

Clean Hydrogen-rich Synthesis Gas

(CHRISGAS)


Proyecto Integrado

Vaxjo University (Suecia)
Sune BENGTSSON

sune.bengtsson@vxu.se




  1. Växjö University (SE)

  2. TPS Termiska Processer (SE)

  3. Kungl Tekniska Högskolan (SE)

  4. Pall Schumacher (DE)

  5. Forschungszentrum Jülich (DE)

  6. TK Energi (DK)

  7. Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (ES)

  8. TU Delft (NL)

  9. Valutec (FI)

  10. Växjö Värnamo Biomass Gasification Centre (SE)

  11. Università di Bologna (IT)

  12. Catator (SE)

  13. S.E.P. Scandinavian Energy Project (SE)

  14. KS Ducente (SE)

  15. Linde - Linde Engineering Division (DE)

  16. Växjö Energi (SE)




to manufacture within a 5-year period, and at a scale of 18 MW thermal, a clean hydrogen-rich gas from biomass. The intermediate product is seen as the first step towards the production of commercial quality hydrogen, vehicle fuels and others; a new, renewable, affordable and clean energy carrier both for stationary and transport applications which will be widely exploited after 2010.

http://www.chrisgas.com/


In-situ R&D Laboratory for Geological Storage of CO2


(CO2SINK)

Proyecto Integrado

GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (Alemania)
Guenter BORM

gborm@gfzpotsdam.de




  1. GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (DE)

  2. G.E.O.S. Freiberg Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH (DE)



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