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


Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (DK)



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  • Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (DK)

  • Mineral and Energy Economic Research Institute, Polish Acad. Sciences (PL)

  • Det Norske Veritas AS

  • STATOIL ASA

  • Shell International Exploration and Production B.V.

  • Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart (DE)

  • VIBROMETRIC Oy COSMA (FI)

  • University of Kent (UK)

  • Uppsala University (SE)

  • RWE Power AG

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  • Vattenfall Europe Generation AG (SE) Verbundnetz Gas AG (DE)




  • The CO2SINK project will help us to understand the scientific and practical requirements for CO2 capture and underground storage. The project is part of a European research programme that aims to investigate the potential of geological storage of CO2 to reduce atmospheric emissions of greenhouse gases.
    http://www.co2sink.org/index.html

    Realising Reliable, Durable, Energy Efficient and Cost Effective SOFC Systems


    (REAL-SOFC)

    Proyecto Integrado

    Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (Alemania)
    Robert STEINBERGERWILCKENS

    r.steinber@fzjuelich.de





    1. Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Technology, SINTEF (NO)

    2. Risoe National Laboratory (DK)

    3. Haldor Topsøe

    4. Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (NL)

    5. St Andrews University (UK)

    6. Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems Ltd (UK)

    7. University of Birmingham (UK)

    8. Imperial College London (UK)

    9. UGINE & ALZ (FR)

    10. Gaz de France (FR)

    11. Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (FR)

    12. HTceramix SA (CH)

    13. Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research - Section High Performance Ceramics (CH)

    14. SulzerHexis Ltd. (CH)

    15. University of Genoa (IT)

    16. Institute of Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Chemical Processes (GR)

    17. Energoproekt JSC (BG)

    18. University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (BG)

    19. PLANSEE AG (AT)

    20. H.C. Starck GmbH (DE)

    21. German Aerospace Research Centre (DE)

    22. Electricité de France (FR)

    23. EBZ Entwicklungs- und Vertriebsgesellschaft Brennstoffzelle mbH (DE)

    24. Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (DE)

    25. Wärtsilä Corporation (FI)

    26. Technical Research Centre of Finland (FI)




    The aim of the Integrated Project Real-SOFC is to solve the persisting problems of ageing with planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) in a concerted action of the European fuel cell industry and research institutions. This includes gaining full understanding of degradation processes, finding solutions to reduce ageing and producing improved materials that will then be tested in stacks. In this process further consideration will be given to the design of cost effective materials, low cost components and optimised manufacturing processes.
    http://www.real-sofc.org/

    A new PV wave making more efficient use of the solar spectrum


    (FULLSPECTRUM)

    Proyecto Integrado

    Instituto de Energía Solar - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (España)
    Antonio LUQUE

    luque@iesdef.upm.es




    1. Instituto de Energía Solar - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (ES)

    2. Projektgesellschaft Solare Energiesysteme mbH (DE)

    3. Fraunhofer Institut Solare Energiesysteme (DE)

    4. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute (RU)

    5. CEA-Départment pour les Technologies des Energies Nouvelles (FR)

    6. RWE - Space Solar Power (DE)

    7. Philipps University of Marburg (DE)

    8. Paul Scherrer Institute (CH)

    9. University of Glasgow (UK)

    10. Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (ES)

    11. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (NL)

    12. University of Utrecht (NL)

    13. Imperial College of Science, Medicine and Technology (UK)

    14. Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Angewandte Polymerforschung (DE)

    15. Solaronix (CH)

    16. ISOFOTON S.A (ES)

    17. INSPIRA S.L (ES)

    18. Joint Research Centre – Institute for Environment and Sustainability (BE)

    19. University of Cyprus (CY)




    The project pursues a better exploitation of the FULL solar SPECTRUM (as requested in the Work Programme) by further developing concepts already scientifically proven but not yet developed and by trying to prove new ones in the search of a breakthrough for the PV technology. More specific objectives are the development of: III-V multijunction cells (MJC), Solar Thermo-photovoltaic (TPV) converters, Intermediate band (IB) materials and cells (IBC), Molecular based concepts (MBC) for full PV utilisation of the solar spectrum and Manufacturing Technologies for novel concepts including assembling.
    http://www.fullspectrum-eu.org/

    Safety of Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier


    (HYSAFE)

    Red de Excelencia

    Thomas JORDAN

    Thomas.Jordan@iket.fzk.de


    1. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH (DE)

    2. L'Air Liquide (FR)

    3. Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (DE)

    4. BMW Forschung und Technik GmbH (DE)

    5. Building Research Establishment Ltd (UK)

    6. Commisariat a l'Energie Atomique (FR)

    7. Det Norske Veritas AS (NO)

    8. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Angewandten Forschung e.V. (DE)

    9. Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH (DE)

    10. GexCon AS (NO)

    11. Health and Safety Executive (UK)

    12. Foundation INASMET (ES)

    13. Institut National de l'Environnement Industriel et des Risques (FR)

    14. Instituto Superior Tecnico (PT)

    15. Directorate General Joint Research Centre - Institute for Energy (BE)

    16. National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos (GR)

    17. Norsk Hydro ASA (NO)

    18. Risoe National Laboratory (DK)

    19. Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (NL)

    20. University of Calgary (CA)

    21. University of Pisa (IT)

    22. Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (ES)

    23. University of Ulster (UK)

    24. Volvo Technology Corporation (SE)

    25. Politechnika Warszawska (PL)




    The HySafe network will focus on safety issues relevant to improve and co-ordinate the knowledge and understanding of hydrogen safety and support the safe and efficient introduction and commercialisation of hydrogen as an energy carrier of the future, including the related hydrogen applications. The overall goal of HySafe is to contribute to the safe transition to a more sustainable development in Europe by facilitating the safe introduction of hydrogen technologies and applications. The main objective will be to strengthen, integrate and focus fragmented research efforts to provide a basis that will allow removal of safety-related barriers to implementation of hydrogen as an energy carrier. In this way the network will also contribute to promoting public awareness and trust in hydrogen technology within Europe by providing a basis for communicating the risks associated with hydrogen.
    http://www.hysafe.org/

    Preparing for the hydrogen economy by using the

    existing natural gas system as a catalyst
    (NATURALHY)


    Proyecto Integrado

    Gasunie Technology & Assets (Países Bajos)
    Onno FLORISSON

    o.florisson@gasunie.nl




    1. The European Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration (BE)

    2. The European Gas Research Group (BE)

    3. Danish Gastechnology Centre (DK)

    4. Naturgas Midt-Nord (DK)

    5. SAVIKO Consultants Ltd. (DK)

    6. Ecole Nationale D’ingenieurs De Metz (FR)

    7. GAZ DE FRANCE Direction de la Recherche (FR)

    8. TOTAL (FR)

    9. DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH (DE)

    10. PLANET – Planungsgruppe Energie und Technik GbR (DE)

    11. Public Gas Corporation (DEPA) S.A. (GR)

    12. Exergia (GR)

    13. National Technical University of Athens (GR)

    14. Centro Sviluppo Materiali S.p.A. (IT)

    15. Gasunie Technology & Assets (NL)

    16. Nederlands Normalisatie-instituut (NL)

    17. Shell Hydrogen B.V. (NL)

    18. TNO Science & Industry (NL)

    19. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)

    20. Statoil ASA (NO)

    21. Instituto de Soldadura e Qualidade (PT)

    22. Istanbul Gas Distribution Co. Inc. (TR)

    23. Turkish Scientific and Technical Research Council (TR)

    24. BP Gas Marketing Limited (UK)

    25. Computational Mechanics BEASY (UK)

    26. Loughborough University (UK)

    27. National Grid (UK)

    28. PII Ltd. (A member of GE Energy Group) (UK)

    29. The Health and Safety Executive (UK)

    30. University of Leeds (UK)

    31. University of Warwick (UK)




    The aims of NATURALHY are to test all the critical components of a hydrogen system by adding hydrogen to natural gas in existing networks. This transitional approach will provide further experience with the transmission of mixtures of hydrogen and natural gas and, by means of innovative separation technologies, the hydrogen utilisation in stationary end use applications. The main objective of NATURALHY project is to contribute to the preparation for the hydrogen economy by: Identifying and removing the potential barriers inhibiting the development of hydrogen as an energy carrier, using the existing natural gas system as a catalyst for change; Initiating the near-future practical transition towards the hydrogen economy
    http://www.naturalhy.net/

    Enhanced Capture of CO2


    (ENCAP)


    Proyecto Integrado

    Vattenfall (Suecia)
    Leif BRANDELS

    leif.brandels@vattenfall.com


    Nils Anders Røkke
    nils.a.rokke@sintef.no

    1. The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NO)

    2. BOC Ltd (UK)

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

    4. ENERGI E2 A/S (DK)

    5. Institut Français du Pétrole (FR)

    6. mg engineering Lurgi Oel.Gas.Chemie (DE)

    7. Mitsui Babcock Energy Limited (UK)

    8. L'AIR LIQUIDE (FR)

    9. Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (NL)

    10. Public Power Corporation S.A. (GR)

    11. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)

    12. University of Twente (NL)

    13. University of Ulster (UK)

    14. Linde AG/Linde Engineering Division (DE)

    15. Universität Paderborn (DE)

    16. STATOIL ASA (NO)

    17. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (DE)

    18. Chalmers University of Technology (SE)

    19. Centre For Research & Technology Hellas
      Iinstitute for Solid Fuels Technology &
      Applications (GR)

    20. ALSTOM Power Centrales Steam Power Plant (FR)

    21. ALSTOM Power Boilers SA (FR)

    22. ALSTOM Power Boiler GmbH (DE)

    23. ALSTOM POWER LTD Technology Centre (UK)

    24. ALSTOM POWER Ltd. (CH)

    25. RWE Power AG New Power Plant Technology (DE)

    26. University of Stuttgart (DE)




    ENCAP is a project whose objective is to develop new pre-combustion CO2 capture technologies and processes for power generation. It aims at technologies which meet a target of at least a 90% CO2 capture rate and a reduction in the cost of capture of 50% compared to present. The future large-scale development of these technologies will depend on significant improvements in their cost and other aspects that may improve their competitiveness against conventional energy sources and renewables. The results from ENCAP will enable power companies to decide to launch a new design project by 2008-2010 aimed at a large demonstration plant with the potential for wide commercial exploitation in the horizon of 2015-2020.
    http://www.encapco2.org/

    Hydrogen Storage Systems for Automotive Application


    (STORHY)

    Proyecto Integrado

    Volker STRUBEL

    strubel@innfor.de



    1. Advanced Engineering & Technologies GmbH (DE)

    2. Austrian Aerospace (AT)

    3. BMW Group

    4. CIDAUT (ES)

    5. Contraves Space

    6. Dynetek Europe GmbH (DE)

    7. Environmental Research Laboratory (GR)

    8. Faber Cylinders (IT)

    9. Karlsruhe (DE)

    10. IFE (NO)

    11. Linde-Gas

    12. Magna Stayr

    13. Material (BE)

    14. Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (ES)

    15. PSA Peugeot Citroen (FR)

    16. Volvo

    17. Politeknica Wroclaw (PL)

    18. Air Liquide

    19. Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (DE)

    20. CEA (FR)

    21. Composite Materials GmbH (DE)

    22. DaimerChrysler

    23. Energie Technologie (DE)

    24. EU Joint Research Center (BE)

    25. Ford Research and Advanced Engineering

    26. Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren e.V. (DE)

    27. Institut fur Verbunwerkstoffe (DE)

    28. CNRS (FR)

    29. MT-Aerospace (DE)

    30. Öko-Institut Institute for Applied Ecology (DE)

    31. PROCHAIN (DE)

    32. University of Nottingham (UK)

    33. WEH




    The StorHy consortium will carry out concrete R&D work covering the whole spectrum of hydrogen storage technologies (compressed gas, cryogenic liquid and solid materials) with a focus on automotive applications, an issue of utmost importance for the future of the European industry as a whole.
    http://www.storhy.net/

    New Energy Externalities Development for Sustainability


    (NEEDS)

    Proyecto Integrado

    Istituto di Studi per l'Integrazione dei Sistemi (IT)
    Andrea RICCI

    aricci@isis-it.com




    66 partners (of which some 15% are SMEs), representing 26 Countries (12 Member States from the EU-15, 9 new EU Member States, 3 Mediterranean Countries, and 2 Countries from other parts of the World).


    The ultimate objective of the Project is to evaluate the full costs and benefits of energy policies and of future energy systems, both at the level of individual countries and for the enlarged EU as a whole. NEEDS is built as series of Research Streams, each addressing a specific area of research.

    http://www.needs-project.org/


    Renewable fuels for advanced powertrains


    (RENEW)

    Proyecto Integrado

    Volkswagen AG (DE)
    Frank SEYFRIED

    Frank.seyfried@volkswagen.de




    1. Volkswagen AG (DE)

    2. DaimlerChrysler AG (DE)

    3. echnocentre Renault (FR)

    4. VOLVO Technology Corporation (DE)

    5. Asociacion de investigacion y Cooperacion Industrial de Andalucia (ES)

    6. Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Laboratory of Environmental Fuels and Hydrocarbons (GR)

    7. Center for Renewable Energy Sources,
      Biomass Department (GR)

    8. CUTEC-Institut GmbH (DE)

    9. Europäisches Zentrum für Erneuerbare Energie Güssing (AT)

    10. Lunds Universitet Dept. of Enviromental and Energy System Studies (SE)

    11. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institut für technische Chemie (DE)

    12. Institute of Energy and Environment (DE)

    13. Instytut Nafty i Gazu (PL)

    14. Institute of Petroleum Processing (PL)

    15. Paul Scherrer Institut (CH)

    16. Technische Universität Wien (AT)

    17. Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (DE)

    18. Deutsche BP Aktiengesellschaft, Global Fuels Technology (DE)

    19. Chemrec AB (SE)

    20. Renewable Power Technologies Umwelttechnik GmbH (AT)

    21. Umwelt und Energietechnik Freiberg GmbH (DE)

    22. Abengoa Bioenergia S.L. (ES)

    23. Biomasse-Kraftwerk Güssing GmbH & Co. KG (DE)

    24. Södra Cell AB (SE)

    25. EC Baltic Renewable Energy Centre (PL)

    26. Swedish Pulp and Paper Research Institute (SE)

    27. National University of Ireland (IE)

    28. B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH (DE)

    29. ECOTRAFFIC ERD AB (SE)

    30. ESU-Services Rolf Frischknecht (CH)

    31. Electricité de France (FR)




    The main mission is to prove different concepts of fuel production from biomass. Production routes for BTL fuels will be demonstrated and the full supply chain will be assessed in terms of biomass potential, life cycle, costs and technological options. Fuels will be produced and will be tested in order to demonstrate benefits of optimised fuels for advanced powertrains. To provide the scientific and technological basis for the transition into a sustainable and environmentally friendly road- transport based on renewable fuels.
    http://www.renew-fuel.com/

    Further Improvement and System Integration of

    High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells
    (FURIM)


    Proyecto Integrado

    Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
    Department of Chemistry

    Niels Janniksen

    BJERRUM njb@kemi.dtu.dk


    Danish Power System APS (DK)

    Between Lizenz GMBH (DE)

    Freudenberg FCCT OHG (DE)

    IRD Fuel Cells A/S (DK)

    HEXION B.V. (NL)

    Case Western Reserve University (US)

    ELSAM A/S (DK)

    Foundation For Research And Technology Hellas (GR)

    University Of Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK)

    Universitaet Stuttgart (DE)

    Norges Teknisk - Naturvitenskapelige Universitet (NO)

    VOLVO TECHNOLOGY AB (SE)




    The proposed IP is devoted to further development of the PEMFC technology based on temperature-resistant polymer membranes for operation above 100°C. The strategic developments of the FURIM are in three steps: (1) improvement of high temperature polymer membranes and related materials; (2) development of technological units including fuel cell stack, hydrocarbon reformer, afterburner and power management system; and (3) integration of the HT-PEMFC stack with these compatible subunits. The advanced features of the integrated power system include high system efficiency, high power density (small size and light weight of the overall system), simple construction and operation, effective cost, high reliability, less maintenance, and better transient response capacities, which are desirable for both automobile and stationary applications. Trans-national efforts from European industries and R&D groups will be made for the development and exploitation. The fulfilment of the project objectives will sufficiently promote the commercialisation of the fuel cell technology and therefore substantially increase the energy efficiency and reduce polluting emissions, which are the main objectives of the Programme.

    Overcoming Barriers to Bioenergy


    (NOEBIOENERGY)

    Red de Excelencia

    VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (Finlandia)
    Kai SIPILÄ

    kai.sipila@vtt.fi





    1. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (FI)

    2. Joanneum Research, Institute of Energy Research (AT)

    3. Netherlands Energy Research Foundation (NL)

    4. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (DE)

    5. International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (SE)

    6. Aston University (UK)

    7. EC Baltic Renewable Energy Centre (PL)

    8. National Institute for Agricultural Research (FR)




    This new initiative moves beyond traditional networks and international collaborations to substantially integrate the activities and expertise of eight leading bioenergy institutes into a leading R&D Centre. By merging our expertise and activities we are identifying barriers in bioenergy research and pursuing integrated R&D that will take bioenergy into the European marketplace. By the end of the project we hope to grow our joint research activities into a Virtual R&D Bioenergy Centre that can spearhead bioenergy research in Europe. The centre will open its doors to collaboration with other R&D institutes to offer pan-European expertise to industry, government and communities. This will lead to the most technologically and economically efficient biomass and bioenergy industrial sector.
    http://www.bioenergy-noe.com/?_id=1

    Network of Excellence on Geological Sequestration of CO2


    (CO2GEONET)

    Red de Excelencia

    Nicholas John RILEY

    njr@bgs.ac.uk


    1. British Geological Survey (UK)




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