Innovative Technologies for Renewable Energy Production from Integrated Natural Sources in Complex Installations (TEACHERS)

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Having as common focus the innovative developments in renewable energy, the project consortium brings together university, academic and scientific research organizations whose objectives converge towards performance improvement by supporting existing institutional research capabilities. The project aims to optimize renewable energy production facilities and to develop functional models which will ensure electric power supply with integrated natural sources, especially in disadvantaged areas, by applying new and emerging technologies. Starting from the complex electricity generation systems, which are patented/in process of being patented at national level and with the contribution of the coordinator and the partner institutions that will develop the component projects, the integrated generation-supply assemblies will be validated under relevant operating conditions. Within the project the complementary partnership for innovation is promoted, the members having a well-defined role within the consortium, each contributing to the significant optimization of the complex systems for renewable energy production in both coastal areas and for flowing waters, improvement of hydrogenerators and realization of pilot models for demonstration and provision of thermal and electrical energy. This project provides the necessary support to strengthen the scientific and technical competencies through the correlation and coordination of activities and resources within public research organizations and the capitalization of these competences through research results provided to the socio-economic field. The project implementation leads to the improvement of research infrastructure at the consortium level and to the reinforcement of institutions capacity through the formation and involvement of the newly employed human resource, in order to acquire new knowledge in the field of innovative technologies for energy production from renewable resources in integrated complex installations.
  • Partners
    National Institute for Research and Development in Environmental Protection-INCDPM Bucharest
    National Institute for Research and Development in Electrical Engineering ICPE- CA
    National Institute for  Research  and Development in Machines and Installations designed to Agriculture and Food Industry – INMA
    University Politehnica of Bucharest
  • Management team
    Complex Project Director: Professor PhD eng. Mihail Viorel Bădescu
    Project 1 Coordinator:  PhD. eng. George Poteraş
    Deputy Project 1 Coordinator: Eng. Gyorgy Deak PhD habil.
    Stage 1 Coordinator: Dr. eng. Dănuţ Cociorva
    Stage 2 Coordinator:  PhD. phys. Cristina Sîrbu
    Stage 3 Coordinator: Eng. Marius Viorel Olteanu
    Project 2 Coordinator: PhD eng. Dorian Marin
    Project 3 Coordinator: Professor PhD eng. Valentin Apostol
    Complex Project Dissemination Responsible: Eng. Andreea Ioana Daescu
    Complex Project Communication Responsible: Eng. Iasmina-Florina Burlacu
  • Period
    Martie 2018 – Septembrie 2020 (Ongoing)
  • Financed via
    Complex projects carried out in RDI consortia (PCCDI)
    PN-III-P1-1.2-PCCDI-2017-0406/, Contract No. 81/PCCDI
Obiectives
The complex project has as main objective the optimization of some renewable energy production facilities and the development of functional integrated models that will ensure the supply of electricity from multiple natural sources, especially in disadvantaged areas, by applying new and emerging technologies.

  • Significant optimization of complex systems for the production of renewable energy in coastal areas and rivers
  • Optimization of hydro-generating systems (electrical integrated) for implementation within renewable energy complexes for coastal areas and rivers
  • Optimization of thermal energy production systems with solar collectors in order to integrate in complex systems for energy production from renewable resources for coastal areas and rivers

Results
INDICATORS ESTIMATED VALUE
Web page 1
Opening and closing workshop of the TEACHERS complex project 2
Innovative technology 1
Patent application at national level 5
New jobs in research and development 17
Participation in national and international conferences 7
Publishing of scientific articles in specialized journals 11
Offer of research and technology services presented on the platform www.erris.gov.ro 3
New or significantly improved technology 7
Improved research services 4
Methodologies 2
 Experimental reports 2
Joint RDI program correlated with the institutional development plan of each partner (the sustainability of the collaboration after the completion of the project) 3
New product 1