The overall strategy of the IEC “Smart Energy” International Excellence Campus involves integrating each partner’s capabilities into an educational, scientific, and professional development offer based around the campus’ two areas of focus. This includes very close ties with the companies, Repsol and Ferrovial, to act as a catalyst to integrate a business outlook into education, to align research lines with the market, to create companies and engender an entrepreneurial spirit, and lastly, as a way to support the internationalisation of companies where they have offices.
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The primary objective of SUN-to-LIQUID is the scale-up and experimental validation of the complete process chain to solar liquid hydrocarbon fuels from H2O, CO2 and solar energy. Solar fuel production is truly scalable as less than 1% of the arid land is sufficient to meet the global fuel demand. Adverse effects due to direct or […]
SMART 2018. Will be held on: July 22, 2018 to July 26, 2018 – Barcelona, Spain
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Is coal extension a sensible option for energy planning? A combined energy systems modelling and life cycle assessment approach
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