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Tidal Turbine Power Take-Off Accelerator (TIPA)

Start date: 01 Nov 2016, End date: 31 Oct 2019,

... s outside the tidal sector, such as wave power and marine propulsion.The project is led by Nova Innovation, a world-leading tidal energy technology and project developer. Project partners are: SKF, Siemens, The University of Edinburgh, Delft Technical University, Wood Group and the Center for Wind Power Drives RWTH Aachen University.This proposal is being submitted to the call LCE-07-2016-2017: De ...
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... s a recent major business success story, with the EU significantly contributing and gaining from this opportunity. (Three of 4 cell phone network equipment manufacturers are European (Ericsson; Nokia-Siemens; and Alcatel-Lucent) and many global cell phone companies are based in the EU (e.g. Vodafone, Orange, Telefonica etc).The developed markets are saturated, and growth is focussed in developing ...
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Výroba modelu větrné elektrárny

Start date: 01 Sep 2016, End date: 31 Aug 2017,

... gle construction parts via SolidWorks software. The main goal of the project:• Skills developments by working with software controlled machines, such as CNC machines using Haidenhein and Siemens software.• Skills development with CAD software, SolidWork usually used for construction and design of mechanical parts and drawing software Autocad.• Increase in the quality of the education• Implementa ...
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A step change in our noise mitigation strategies is required in order to meet the environmental targets set for a number of sectors of activity affecting people through noise exposure. Besides being a hindrance to our daily life and subject to regulations, noise emission is also a competitive issue in today’s global market. To address these issues, new technologies have been emerging recently, bas ...
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In order to unlock the full potential of Europe’s offshore resources, network infrastructure is urgently required, linking off-shore wind parks and on-shore grids in different countries. HVDC technology is envisaged but the deployment of meshed HVDC offshore grids is currently hindered by the high cost of converter technology, lack of experience with protection systems and fault clearance componen ...
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The overall objectives of the INNWIND.EU project are the high performance innovative design of a beyond-state-of-the-art 10-20MW offshore wind turbine and hardware demonstrators of some of the critical components. These ambitious primary objectives lead to a set of secondary objectives, which are the specific innovations, new concepts, new technologies and proof of concepts at the sub system and t ...
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TRANSFORMation Agenda for Low Carbon Cities (TRANSFORM)

Start date: 01 Jan 2013, End date: 30 Jun 2015,

Urban areas are responsible for three quarters of the global energy demand. Most decisions on implementing energy innovations are made in cities. TRANSFORM supports cities to meet the 20-20-20 targets by the integration of energy in urban management. In interactive Smart Urban Labs, stakeholders will be able to turn ambitions into tangible Implementation Plans.TRANSFORM’s integrative approach brin ...
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A group of 6 Transmission System Operators (Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany The Netherlands and Spain) with 2 generator companies, 5 manufacturers and research organisations, propose 6 demonstration projects to remove, in 3 years, several barriers which prevent the electric system from welcoming more wind electricity, and wind electricity from contributing more to the electric system. The full s ...
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Future INternet for Smart ENergY (FINSENY)

Start date: 01 Apr 2011, End date: 30 Apr 2013,

The energy sector has entered a period of major change which will continue for many years to come. The increasing proportion of electricity from renewable sources means that the architecture of the energy grid will have to support the distributed, in addition to the centralised, generation of energy and to adapt to a highly volatile supply e.g. from wind and solar generators. From the consumption ...
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CO2 Enhanced Separation and Recovery (CESAR)

Start date: 01 Feb 2008, End date: 31 May 2011,

"CESAR aims for a breakthrough in the development of low-cost post-combustion CO2 capture technology to provide economically feasible solutions for both new power plants and retrofit of existing power plants which are responsible for the majority of all anthropogenic CO2 emissions (worldwide, approx. 5,000 power plants emit around 11 GtCO2/year). CESAR focuses on post-combustion as it is the only ...
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