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Efficient short and long term thermal energy storage technologies are crucial in enhancing energy security and improving energy efficiency in energy conversion, distribution and end use.

Tes4SeT aims at contributing significantly to the development of a new generation of efficient and compact thermal energy storages in three fields of application: buildings, industry and mobility. The new generation of storage technologies shall support the fulfilment of national energy efficiency and renewable energy targets. In addition, the project results and developments shall strengthen the leading role of Austria in the technology sectors targeted by the project.

Project start

October 2014

Project duration

48 months

Project partners

AEE INTEC, TU Graz, FH Oberösterreich, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, TU Wien, Institut für Energietechnik und Thermodynamik und Institut für Angewandte Synthesechemie, Südzucker AG, AMMAG AG, GREENoneTEC, SOLID GmbH, Liebherr, Kompetenzzentrum-Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, STM Schweißtechnik Meitz eU, i2m, IPUS, Odörfer Haustechnik, Qpunkt, KIOTO Photovoltaics GmbH, RHI AG

Funding line

4th Call, E!mission.at, 2013

Project website

http://tes4set.at

AIT contact

Florian Hengstberger