Unitat de Valorització de la URV posted this:
Licensing Manager at Fundació URV
Joshua D'Souza posted this:
Sales Engineer at MistyWest
Mansour Esmaeil Zaei posted this:
Technology Broker at Technology Transfer Centre, University of Warsaw (UOTT UW)
Ilythia Morley posted this:
Intern - Commercialization Team at Korea Institute of Energy Research
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Double flow channel open-type solar heat absorberResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative double flow channel open-type solar heat absorber. This technology particularly relates to a solar heat absorber which is formed into rectangular or circular-shaped cross sections to increase a contact area with collected sunlight, and which includes a main body formed using a three-layered tube to form a dual passage so that heat loss is prevented.
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Method for manufacturing CI(G)S-based thin film comprising Cu-Se thin film using Cu-Se two-component nanoparticle flux.Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for manufacturing CI(G)S-based thin-film. This technology specifically relates to a method for manufacturing a CI(G)S-based thin film including a Cu-Se thin film having a dense structure formed by introducing Cu-Se two-component nanoparticles to act as a flux for the thin film in manufacture of a CI(G)S-based thin film through a non-vacuum coating process.
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Method for Manufacturing CIGS Thin-Film Solar Cells Using Substrates Not Containing SodiumResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for manufacturing CIGS thin-film solar cells using substrates not containing sodium. This technology specifically relates to a method for manufacture in which Na (sodium) supply sources are formed on parts of the surface of molybdenum electrode prior to the formation of CIGS-based precursor thin film and then heat-treated to form CIGS-based thin film. Thereby improving the electrical characteristics of the CIGS-based thin film serving as a light-absorbing layer of a solar cell, and to CIGS-based thin-film solar cell manufactured using the method.
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Innovative Phase Change Materials for Thermal Energy StoragePre-filing Nov. 2016 Project ID : 9-2016-4371
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Device for controlling sample temperature during photoelectric and solar cell measurementResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative device for controlling sample temperature during photoelectric and solar cell measurement. This technology specifically relates to a device for maintaining a constant temperature of solar cell samples in a procedure for measuring photoelectric and solar cell characteristic.
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Controller operated variable temperature broadband heat pumpResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a new method of managing the inherent limitations of heat pumps, in terms of their application for unpredictable heat energy sources.
Peter Mogyorosi posted this:
CEO at Laser Consult Ltd.
Research & Technology Organization
Universidad de Alicante posted this:New family of dyesThe main innovative aspects of this technology regarding current methods of synthesis are: • The indolizine dyes are obtained in one step from commercially available materials, unlike current procedures, which involve multiple steps. This is an advantage in the production process, as it reduces costs, increases the final yield and less waste is generated. • The procedure is based on a very simple treatment which produces indolizine dyes in yields higher than 70%. • The present invention does not require the use of inert atmosphere, dry solvents or physical activation (heat or radiation) to obtain the final product. • Unlike other methodologies for preparing indolizine dyes (requiring temperatures around 100°C), this process is carried out at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, which simplifies the method and decreases production costs. • This is an environmentally friendly technology because it does not use solvents such as dioxane, pyridine, chloroform or benzene, which are used in other methods and are characterized by their high toxicity and demonstrated carcinogenicity. • The selectivity of the reaction is very high. The indolizine dye is obtained with absolute control, obtaining a single isomer of the ten possible.