Interested in a Partnership (AIJU Energy)

Created on 11 Apr 2016
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AIJU Energy

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Topics of interest;
*Lithium ion batteries.
*Supercapacitors.
*Redox Flow Batteries.
*Bioenergy; development of energy obtaining processes from biomass ( gasificators, reactors and so on).

*Hydrogen Technologies (alkaline electrolyzers)


 Low-Carbon Technology
 Bioenergy
 Raw Materials
 Energy Efficiency
 Renewable Energy
 Waste Management
 Sustainable Development
 Horizon2020
 LIFE programme
 Partnership Management

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