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Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory - NESTOR

NESTOR

A Novel Energy STORage and transportation concept based on concentrated solar irradiation-aided CaO-looping

NESTOR


National Action Range Διμερής Ε&Τ Συνεργασία Ελλάδας-Γερμανίας 2013-2015
Financing Code for Project 2015
Project start year - end year 2014 - 2016
Financing organisation General Secretariat for Research and Technology
Coordinator National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos" (NCSR)
Other partners

Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory (APTL)

Lehrstuhl für Thermische Verfahrenstechnik / University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (TVT)

Budget / APTL Budget 479,740 € / 167,960 €
Scientific Manager / Project researcher A. G. KonstandopoulosG. Karagiannakis
Project website
Summary The main aim of NESTOR is to become the first step towards the introduction of a novel, integrated and cost effective approach for efficient energy storage/management applications, based on cheap, available and non-harmful components, the CaO/CaCO3 system. This system belongs to the concept of Energy Carrying Compounds (ETS), using a suitable material to carry the energy from an energy-rich site to the place of energy demand. The ETS, in the low energy state, travels back to the energy-rich site. Under-standably, Greece is the energy-rich site and Germany is the site of demand. Such a thermochemical energy storage system could provide a means of renewable energy storage and transport.Back to Projects