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    Project Name PolySMART - POLYgeneration with advanced Small and Medium scale thermally driven Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Technology
    Implementation period: 1.06.2006 - 31.05.2010
    Project Coordinator:

    Dr. Hans-Martin HenningFraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

    Partners:
    1. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft żur Foerderung der angewandten Forschung e.V.
    2. Hógskolan Dalarna
    3. Besel S. A.
    4. ClimateWell AB
    5. Fredrik Setterwall Konsult AB
    6. Kungliga Tekniska Hoegskolan
    7. IKERLAN Technological Research Centre.
    8. Rotartica S. A.
    9. Joanneum Research-Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H.
    10. FA. TEC Thermic Energysystems & Consulting GmbH
    11. Behaltertechnik Pink Ges.m.b.H.
    12. Schneid GmbH
    13. S.O.LI.D. Gesellschaft fur Solarinstallation und Design m.b.H.
    14. Weingut Ing. Johannes Peitler
    15. PSE GmbH -Forschung Entwicklung Marketing
    16. Sortech Aktiengesellschaft
    17. Technische Werke Ludwigshafen am Rhein Aktiengesellschaft
    18. TEDOM-VKS s.r.o.
    19. Energy research Centre of the Netherlands
    20. Narodowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii S.A.
    21. Instituto Nacional de Engenharia, Tecnologia e lnovacao
    22. AO SOŁ – Energias Renovaveis, LDA.
    23. EuroSolar – Energias Alternativas, Lda.
    24. Politecnico di Milano
    25. Avesco AG
    26. M.Conde Engineering
    27. Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research
    28. ROBUR S.p.A.
    29. Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research
    30. Phoenix SonnenWaerme AG
    31. Technische Universitat Berlin
    32. University of Malta
    Website: http://www.polysmart.org/cms/front_content.php?idcat=57
    Objective:
    • support the development of a new market for polygeneration: small and medium capacity tri-generation
    • demonstrate the cost-effectiveness and reliability of small-scale combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) units for a wide range of buildings and industrial applications
    Results:
    • 12 demonstration projects in 7 European countries
    • component and system models for engineering
    • design guidelines and tools for professionals
    • workshops and seminars for technology transfer and training in all participating countries (The Polish Workshop took place in Warsaw on 9 January 2010.)
    Contact in NAPE: Andrzej Wiszniewski, awiszniewski@nape.pl