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Countries
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  Algeria
  Argentina
  Australia
  Austria
  Bangladesh
  Belarus
  Belgium
  Benin
  Bolivia
  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  Brazil
  Bulgaria
  Burkina Faso
  Cambodia
  Cameroon
  Canada
  Cape Verde
  Chile
  China
  Colombia
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Photo of article Mit Graphen optimierte anaerobe Vergärung steigert das Potenzial bei der Produktion von Biogas erheblich

In der Natur kümmern sich Bakterien um den Abbau von organischem Material aus Pflanzen und Tieren. Diese einzigartige Fähigkeit wird als anaerobe Vergärung bezeichnet und könnte die Art und Weise der Energieerzeugung revolutionieren. Allerdings besitzt sie zwei große Nachteile, die das EU-finanzierte Projekt DIET überwinden will.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article La digestione anaerobica arricchita di grafene ha notevolmente migliorato il potenziale di produzione del biogas

In natura, i batteri si occupano di decomporre la materia organica dalle piante e dagli animali. Questa capacità straordinaria è chiamata digestione anaerobica e possiede il potenziale di rivoluzionare il modo in cui si produce l’energia. Tuttavia, deve fare i conti con due inconvenienti, che il progetto DIET, finanziato dall’UE, si prefigge di superare.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article La digestion anaérobie épicée au graphène augmente considérablement le potentiel de production de biogaz

Dans la nature, les bactéries se chargent de décomposer la matière organique des plantes et des animaux. Cette capacité unique est appelée digestion anaérobie et a le potentiel de révolutionner la façon dont nous produisons de l’énergie. Mais elle souffre de deux inconvénients majeurs, que le projet DIET, financé par l’UE, s’est efforcé de surmonter.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article La digestión anaeróbica potenciada con grafeno aumenta sustancialmente el potencial de producción de biogás

En la naturaleza, las bacterias se encargan de descomponer la materia orgánica de las plantas y los animales. Esta capacidad singular se denomina digestión anaeróbica y podría revolucionar nuestra forma de producir energía. Sin embargo, presenta dos inconvenientes notables, que se trataron de subsanar con el proyecto DIET, financiado con fondos europeos.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article Użycie grafenu w fermentacji beztlenowej znacznie zwiększa wydajność wytwarzania biogazu

W przyrodzie za rozkład materii organicznej pochodzenia roślinnego i zwierzęcego odpowiedzialne są bakterie. Mają one zdolność do przeprowadzania fermentacji beztlenowej – unikalnego procesu, który może zrewolucjonizować metody wytwarzania energii. Proces ten ma jednak dwie poważne wady, których usunięciem zajął się zespół finansowanego przez UE projektu DIET.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article Graphene spiced-up anaerobic digestion substantially increases biogas production potential

In nature, bacteria take care of breaking down organic matter from plants and animals. This unique capacity is called anaerobic digestion and has the potential to revolutionise the way we produce energy. But it suffers from two major drawbacks, both of which the EU-funded DIET project set out to overcome.

Published: 24 February 2021


Photo of article Battery-powered ferry set to create waves

Trials of a new battery-powered ferry connecting a Danish island to the mainland will begin shortly. The EU-funded innovation is expected to help ferry operators cut emissions and increase the frequency of their services.

Published: 19 February 2021


Photo of article The sustainability sandbox: test your scenarios!

What, exactly, will it take to transition to a low-emission society? Where can we make improvements? Will they be sufficient? How do the options combine? EU-funded researchers have produced a website where users can mix and match possible solutions and explore how these choices play out across key areas.

Published: 25 January 2021


Photo of article Looking into the links between climate and development policies

The EU project CD-LINKS has helped to join the dots between climate change mitigation and sustainable development policies by creating a network of research experts in a wide range of relevant topics across the globe.

Published: 20 January 2021


Photo of article New-generation power semiconductors, made in Europe

An EU, industry, national and regional-funded research project has developed the next generation of energy-efficient power semiconductors, using gallium nitride devices on innovative substrates. They can switch more quickly at high voltages and current densities and will power the smaller and cheaper energy-efficient applications of tomorrow.

Published: 4 January 2021



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