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Zenergy Power Gmbh and Trithor Gmbh | Date: 2008-12-09

Engines and motors for the generation of electricity or power; [ AC-generators; DC-generators; ] electric [ or electrostatic ] generators; electric power generators; electricity generators; all afore mentioned generators also with superconductors; auxiliary power units for supplying electric power to heat and power generators; servo motors for machines or presses; electric motors for machines; electric starter motors; electric motors for presses; linear motors; [ engines not for land vehicles; boat or ship motors; boat engines; ] all motors and engines also with superconductive wires or superconductive parts; couplings for machines; shaft couplings not for land vehicles. Open-wire transmission machines and apparatus; power line transmission machines and apparatus; electrical conductors; conducting fibers, namely, fibers for conducting electrical charges and static electrical charges; electricity winding wires; electricity conduits; all afore-mentioned cables and wires also as superconductors or with superconductive property; electric coils, also with superconductive properties; electrical power supplies; power supply connectors and adaptors for use with electronic devices; voltage stabilizing power supply; electrical power connectors; electrical power distribution unit; high frequency switching power supplies; power line conditioners; power controllers; power line transmission machines and apparatus; power amplifiers; circuits for heavy current, also with super-conductive wires; electrical circuit boards; electronic circuit boards; electricity superconductors, namely, wires, lines or cables; electrical storage batteries; radio transmitters and receivers for remote controls or radio controls, also with superconductive parts; aerial cables for heavy currents; current converters; electric current switches; current rectifiers; electrical switchgear, namely, voltage boosting devices for electric power lines; all in the fields of supplying high voltages for industrial purposes machines and electricity transportation, renewable energy power generation, energy distribution on a large scale, and energy intensive industrial processes; magnets, namely, decorative magnets, super magnets and permanent magnets for industrial purposes; electromagnets. Electric furnaces for industrial purposes; furnaces; heating furnaces for industrial purposes; industrial furnaces; melting furnaces; electrically heated diffusion furnaces for industrial use; electrical induction heating apparatus for heating metal work pieces; electromagnetic induction cookers for industrial purposes; induction ovens; all afore-mentioned furnaces, heating apparatus and heaters also with superconductors or superconductive circuits; energy storage plants.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: NMP-2007-3.4-2 | Award Amount: 3.86M | Year: 2008

Ceramic functional layered coatings are strongly required for innovations in communication, electronic and energy technology and in catalysis. The potential of these ceramic coating materials is based on their manifold special material properties. This project proposes an alternative synthesis of the layers based on the chemical solution deposition (CSD) process at ambient pressure. Main advantages are the lower investment, the faster deposition with higher yield and the processing under ambient pressure enabling a complete continuous processing. The general scopes of this project will be: - to introduce flexible and cost effective production systems - to implement innovative synthesis pathways and soft chemistry to avoid excessive energy input and to produce the materials in semi-custom device manufacturing - to shorten the number of reaction steps by using clever pathways during technological processing - To enable an environmentally friendly process by promoting water as the preferred medium and avoid the release of toxic gases These goals will be implemented in the process steps : - chemical formulation: avoid hazardous precursors by promoting water as the preferred precursor - CSD coating deposition: qualification of innovative deposition techniques based on modified ink-jet printing (electro-magnetic assisted and solution plasma spray assisted - Processing: using in situ modifications as electromagnetic or thermal activation to realise a more efficient process - Transfer: Optimised scaling up in view of specific industrial applications based on the protocols optimised in previous sections. - in-situ and ex-situ characterisation. To reach these challenging goals the consortium consists of research institutes with complementary expertise in synthesis and solution deposition and innovative industrial partners active in different types of electro-ceramic thin film production, thus ensuring a broad exploitation with high impact in Europe


Trademark
Rencon Gmbh and Zenergy Power Gmbh | Date: 2011-08-30

Engines and motors for the generation of electricity or power; AC-generators; DC-generators; electric and electrostatic generators; electric power generators; electricity generators; all afore-mentioned generators also with superconductors; auxiliary power units for supplying electric power to heat and power generators; servo motors for machines or presses; electric motors for machines; electric starter motors; electric motors for presses; linear motors; engines not for land vehicles; boat or ship motors; boat engines, all of the aforementioned motors and engines also with superconductive wires or superconductive parts; couplings for machines; shaft couplings not for land vehicles; generators for wind turbines, wind turbines, wind-powered electricity generators; water turbines for generating electrical power; motors, gears and drives for orientating solar panels; parts of wind turbine motors, namely, compact drive systems; variable frequency drives for large power applications in the marine and other industries; engines and motors for the generation of electricity from regenerative power, namely, from wind power, solar power, water power, biogas or marine current. Electric furnaces for industrial purposes; furnaces; heating furnaces for industrial purposes; industrial furnaces; melting furnaces; electrically heated diffusion furnaces for industrial use; electrical induction heating apparatus for heating metal work pieces; electromagnetic induction cookers for industrial purposes; induction ovens, all afore-mentioned furnaces, heating apparatus and heaters also with superconductors or superconductive circuits; power plants, namely, wind energy plants, water power plants, wave generating plants, solar thermal-based power plants, all plants also with superconductive wire; energy generating plants, namely, plants for producing or generating renewable energy, namely, wind energy plants, water power plants, wave generating plants, solar thermal- based power plants; pressure water tanks for use in the treatment and purification of water; hot water tanks; water desalination plants; heating installations; boilers for heating installations; solar thermal air systems for heating purposes; heating systems for residential and commercial buildings comprised of boilers, valves, pipes, manifolds, solar panels, control panel, switches and electrical wire, all sold as a unit; heating systems for residential and commercial buildings comprised of biomass burners, boilers, valves, pipes, manifolds, solar panels, control panels, switches and electrical wire, all sold as a unit; heat pumps. Water treating; technical consultation in the field of production of solar energy; assembly of power generation engines for others; consultation in the field of custom fabrication of power generation engines; generation of electricity; generation of energy; generation of power; generation of power through operation of power generation equipment and facilities; waste-to-energy generation services; consulting services in the field of production of wind energy; production of wind energy; environmental remediation services, namely, soil, waste and/or water treatment services; water treatment; production of energy.


Trademark
Zenergy Power Gmbh and Trithor Gmbh | Date: 2008-12-09

Engines and motors for the generation of electricity or power; AC-generators; DC-generators; electric or electrostatic generators; electric power generators; electricity generators; all afore mentioned generators also with superconductors; auxiliary power units for supplying electric power to heat and power generators; servo motors for machines or presses; electric motors for machines; electric starter motors; electric motors for presses; linear motors; engines not for land vehicles; boat or ship motors; boat engines; all motors and engines also with superconductive wires or superconductive parts; couplings for machines; shaft couplings not for land vehicles. Open-wire transmission machines and apparatus; power line transmission machines and apparatus; electrical conductors; conducting fibers, namely fibers for conducting electrical charges and static electrical charges; electricity winding wires; electricity conduits; all afore-mentioned cables and wires also as superconductors or with superconductive property; electric coils, also with superconductive properties; electrical power supplies; power supply connectors and adaptors for use with electronic devices; voltage stabilizing power supply; electrical power connectors; electrical power distribution unit; high frequency switching power supplies; power line conditioners; power controllers; power line transmission machines and apparatus; power amplifiers; circuits for heavy current, also with super-conductive wires; electrical circuit boards; electronic circuit boards; electricity superconductors, namely, wires, lines or cables; electrical storage batteries; radio transmitters and receivers for remote controls or radio controls, also with superconductive parts; aerial cables for heavy currents; current converters; electric current switches; current rectifiers; electrical switchgear, namely, voltage boosting devices for electric power lines; all in the fields of supplying high voltages for industrial purposes machines and electricity transportation, renewable energy power generation, energy distribution on a large scale, and energy intensive industrial processes; magnets, namely, decorative magnets, super magnets and permanent magnets for industrial purposes; electromagnets. Electric furnaces for industrial purposes; furnaces; heating furnaces for industrial purposes; industrial furnaces; melting furnaces; electrically heated diffusion furnaces for industrial use; electrical induction heating apparatus for heating metal work pieces; electromagnetic induction cookers for industrial purposes; induction ovens; all afore-mentioned furnaces, heating apparatus and heaters also with superconductors or superconductive circuits; energy storage plants.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-IP | Phase: SST-2007-1.1-04 | Award Amount: 21.92M | Year: 2009

The electric ship concept offers many benefits; among other aspects if offers flexibility of control and effectiveness of power transmission. But predominantly it enables higher energy conversion efficiency by ensuring that prime movers are effectively loaded at all times and across all operating conditions. This dominating advantage cannot be matched by mechanical transmission systems because gearboxes offer little chance of integrating a high number of prime movers in the restricted space of a ship whereas this integration is straight forward when managed electrically. Thus the electric ship concept offers reduced emissions through improved efficiency of engine operation but critically it offers significant reduced emissions during the critical phase of entry to littoral water when with speed generally reduced engines in a mechanical systems become very lightly loaded. It is proposed to enhance the electric ship concept so it suits a wider range of vessels than currently. The principal barrier to adoption of the electric ship concept in merchant ships is the size of the equipment. However if size reductions can be achieved then adopting the electric ship concept in a wider range of merchant ships will, as described above, reduce emissions and improve the impact on global warming. Overall this impact will be significant given the current and anticipated levels of global trade and the proportion to be moved by sea transport. This challenging ambition, to enable the adoption of the electric ship concept in a wider range of merchant ships, will demand the development of new technologies across all of marine electrical engineering: 1. High Temperature Superconductivity (HTS): This is a technology that allows smaller principal electrical components and an increase in efficiency. 2. Wireless monitoring: This provides simpler internal control communication and enables the adoption of more advanced control regimes (as offered by the electrification of propulsion). 3. Harbour Shore Electrical Supplies: Running lightly loaded generators in harbour - as is commonly the practice among merchant ship operators - threatens the environment in a sensitive zone. The lack of any propulsion load prevents loading the generators more effectively. The answer is to supply the ship with electricity from shore connections. This does not need technological innovation but the widespread adoption of shore supplies demands standardisation among connectors and mode of electrical supply that has yet to be investigated. 4. Electrical actuation: This is a technology which aims to replace mechanically actuated auxiliaries by using direct electrical actuators and reduces size, cost, maintenance and improves efficiency The benefits of these proposed innovations will be tested by developing designs for specific ship types: multi-purpose, cruise and container. The integration process will be composed of 6 steps: 1 Ship mission 2 Energy consumers 3 Draft design 4 Performance simulations 5 Final design 6 Environmental impact. To reduce costs only the design for the multi-purpose ship will be taken through all the six steps. The remaining 2 ship types will only be taken through steps 1 to 3. Finally, the innovative HTSC technology will be demonstrated in a land demonstrator, scaled as much as possible to reduce costs, while retaining relevance of the demonstration to full scale implementation. This demonstrator will include: the propulsion system, including an HTSC propulsion motor and its power converter, a DC distribution system with innovative protection and an HTSC segment, and various auxiliary loads.

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