NanoPlaST stands for Nanocomposite Plasma coatings for concentrated Solar Thermal energy conversion.
It is a collaborative project financed by the French National Agency for Research (ANR), from October 2019 to March 2024.
The aim of the project is to develop new nanocomposite absorber coatings for concentrated solar power systems generating heat and electricity. The coatings are synthesized by vacuum plasma techniques. The development includes durability studies in conditions of use.
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- D. Ngoue (PROMES) – Thesis defenseMs. Danielle Ngoue defended her PhD thesis entitled “(Nano)composites en revêtement déposés par technologie plasma pour la conversion de l’énergie […]
- Progress meeting – M20The second progress meeting for the NanoPlaST project was held by videoconference on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.
- Participation to SolarPACES 2020The NanoPlaST project participated to the SolarPACES conference 2020. SolarPACES conference on Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems was held […]