A new European research project led by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has officially launched with the aim of advancing the field of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) through a disruptive Thermochemical Energy Storage (TCES) system conveniently integrated with an air-Brayton cycle. ABraytCSPfuture will help CSP become a reliable and competitive source of renewable energy, and support Europe’s transition to a low-carbon economy.
In addition to the project website, ABraytCSPfuture is also active on social media. Follow us on Twitter [@ABraytCSPfuture] and LinkedIn [/abraytcspfuture-project] to stay up-to-date on our latest news, updates, and insights.
We’re excited to engage with our audience on social media and share our progress and insights as we move forward with the project. We welcome feedback, questions, and ideas from anyone interested in CSP and energy storage systems.
To learn more about the project, visit our website www.abraytcspfuture.eu or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Project full title: Air-Brayton Cycle Concentrated Solar Power future plants via redox oxides-based structured thermochemical heat exchangers/thermal boosters
Duration: 48 months (1/11/2022-30/10/2026)
Topic: Sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply (HORIZON-CL5-2021-D3-03-06)
- DLR – DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUR LUFT (Germany) – PROJECT COORDINATOR
- CERTH – ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS (Greece)
- UT – UNIVERSITEIT TWENTE (Netherlands)
- CENER – NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTRE OF SPAIN (Spain)
- TEKNIKER – FUNDACIÓN TEKNIKER (Spain)
- FHG – FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT (Germany)
- OPRA – OPRA ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS (Netherlands)
- KRAFTBLOCK – KRAFTBLOCK GMBH (Germany)
- LANDSON – LANDSON EMISSION TECHNOLOGIES (Denmark)
- COBRA – COBRA INSTALACIONES Y SERVICIOS (Spain)