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Coordinated efforts in joint development and novel projects is flourishing advancement and new technology improvements in the sectors of nuclear energy, nuclear fusion, thermal energy, nuclear fission, electrical energy, sources of energy and clean energy. Clean energy and thermal energy are just a couple of examples of energy sources where many research organizations and academia concentrate their efforts and resources in order to innovate and develop novel technologies. In this way, the new Open Innovation trend based on establishing connections between academia, research organizations and researchers, among many others, is helping this players to connect with industry demands. Keep sourcing below among the Technology Offers posted by leading research organizations and scientists and directly submit a request for information in order to find solutions to your technological and innovation needs related to the energy sector.

Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:

Pre-filing Nov. 2016 Project ID : 9-2016-4371

Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a carbon dioxide (CO2) capture process for treating exhausts gas using a polymer membrane. Carbon sequestration requires a multi-step procedure whereby waste CO2 from large point sources, is captured, transported to storage sites and deposited. Carbon capture is a critical step in this process and represents a significant portion of the overall cost. This newly developed exhaust gas treatment system for CO2 capture offers numerous advantages over existing technology including: reduction in environmental harmful exhaust gases from carbon capture process; minimisation of installation space requirements; and a significant reduction in installation costs. In recent years there has been an accelerated development of technology focused on the reduction of CO2 emissions, due in part to the increase of climate change mitigation focused regulations. Advanced carbon capture technology is at the forefront of research centred on the reduction of CO2 emissions. Prior commercialised carbon capture technologies have neglected to incorporate methods for handling the unavoidable harmful exhaust gasses present in the carbon capture process. Consequently, there is a need for methods of managing these gasses within the carbon capture process. Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have met this challenge and designed a sophisticated polymer membrane process capable of treating the harmful exhaust gasses present during common carbon capture method. This advanced technology addresses the necessity of managing these gasses and their known negative environmental implications. This newly developed exhaust gas treatment system for carbon capture offers numerous advantages over existing technology. Specifically, harmful exhaust gasses can be removed; installation space, of the desulfurization facility, can be minimized and process costs reduced through the application of exhaust gas treatment device using the polymer separator.