The new technologies in the field of Advanced Power Electronics allow energy savings of more than 50 percent through the efficient management and conversion of electrical energy and the reduction of energy losses.
Currently, however, the market acceptance of these technologies is compounded by technical and economic barriers. For this, the partners of the project "Power Electronics for Energy Efficiency Green" (GreenPE) want to work: They want to strengthen the acceptance and use of a new generation of power electronics, which is characterised by new materials and technologies in the industry around the Baltic Sea. In particular, the technologies should be optimised for the decentralised and time flexible production and usage. Project activities are:
The project is funded in the framework of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme. 17 partner organisations from seven countries round the Baltic Sea are working together for 36 months and with a total budget of about EUR 3.1 million.
DSN is in charge of the project and financial management as well as the project communication.
University of Southern Denmark
Project and financial management, project communication
2016 to 2019
Interreg Baltic Sea Region
3.1 Mio. Euro
"I would like to thank you for your support and all your help in Technet_nano project. I have participated in many European project so far and this is the first time when management is on that high level as DSN’s."
Bartlomiej Plonka, Silesian Science and Technology Centre of Aviation Industry Ltd., Polen