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Physical Storage | BMWi
Material development 7.7.2016

Higher performance with electrolysis technology

The project LastEISy materials for catalysts and membranes, and so-called interconnectors to be interactively improved. Interconnectors connecting the anode and cathode of the fuel cell electrically and thermally and distribute the fuel gas and air in the system. Currently, researchers rely on a test stand , the test new catalysts and membranes. Thereafter, the structure and various materials are to be investigated ex situ. ... more


Electrical Storage | BMBF
Redox-flow batteries 7.7.2016

3D electrodes for more power and longer shelf-life

In FLOW 3D researchers created porous carbon structure, which represent a completely new class of materials. This should lead to an improvement of power density and stability for both redox flow cells and other electrochemical systems. ... more


Thermal Storage | BMWi
Composite materials 7.7.2016

Latent heat storage for central heating

Scientists at the Institute of Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering at the University of Stuttgart developed with partners in the project EnErChem a thermochemical energy storage for building heating ins ingle-family and multi-family houses. A demonstration plant shows that the memory can withstand under real conditions. ... more


Electrical Storage | BMBF
Charging process 6.7.2016

Charging batteries more quickly

How can the capacity of electrochemical storage systems be increased while shortening the charging time at the same time? Using acoustic surface waves, researchers achieved this with lead-sulphuric acid batteries. ... more


Overarching Themes | BMWi
Integrated electricity market model 6.7.2016

Analysing energy storage in the electricity system

Scientists develoedp an integrated electricity market model. They analysed the optimal combination of storage, networks and electricity in the European electricity system looks like. The model identifies a current system that enables efficient interaction of all components mentioned at minimal cost. ... more


Physical Storage | BMBF
Water electrolysis 4.7.2016

Hydrogen drying using cost-efficient membranes

Cost-efficient and highly selective membranes might have the potential to separate the water effectively with low parasitic energy demand. The main objective was to coat a stable polymer carrier structure, which is highly permeable for hydrogen, with an ultra thin metallic layer in a range of several nano meter thickness. The resulting composite membranes should be tight for water but highly permeable for hydrogen. ... more


Thermal Storage | BMWi
Liquid sorptionstorage 4.7.2016

Saline stores process and solar heat

Scientists at the University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart constructed an open air run sorption heat storage, that regenerates itself by process heat or solar thermal energy. Prototypes were developed, consisting of regenerator, absorber and the storage. These can be used for various cooling, heating and drying applications. By 2017, the storage is to be ready for the market. ... more


Physical Storage | BMWi
Huge water tanks for buildings 1.7.2016

Hot water storage tank

Scientists develop a new type of hot water tanks with volumes between 5 to 100 m³ for outdoor use. The specific costs shall reach from 750 to 900 €/m³. Additionally the thermal ability of the tanks will be improved significantly by adding a combination of innovative concepts. ... more


Thermal Storage | BMWi
Latent heat storage 1.7.2016

Thermal characterization of PCM

Scientists from the ZAE Bayern develop measurement methods to characterize PCM materials in application-oriented samples. The project PCM Metro aims to a better understanding of quantity-dependent phenomena compared to standard laboratory procedures. ... more


Overarching Themes | BMBF
Crystal physics 2.5.2016

Future concepts for electrochemical energy storage

The project CryPhysConcept aims to the development of future concepts for electrochemical energy storage and its implementation and introduction to the market. The main efforts of the joint project are employing modern methods of crystallography, crystal chemistry and methods for crystal structure and physical properties prediction, and the preparation and analysis. ... more


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