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Mission

The MOST project aims to develop and demonstrate a zero-emission solar energy storage system based on benign, all-renewable materials. The MOST system is based on a molecular system that can capture solar energy at room temperature and store the energy for very long periods of time. This corresponds to a closed cycle of energy capture, storage and release. The MOST project will develop the molecular systems as well as associated catalysts and devices to beyond state-of-the-art performance and scale. Specifically, hybrid solar collectors utilizing up to 80% of incoming solar energy will be designed and tested together with heat release devices, that combine MOST with thermal energy storage (TES) enabling rapid temperature ramp-up cycles delivering large temperature gradients.

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The Team

The MOST project (H2020-FETPROACT-2019-951801, Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage Systems) involves a dedicated and engaged group of people. Research groups from 6 different organizations in 5 different countries will work together to make this technology possible. The Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), the University of La Rioja (Spain), Johnson-Matthey (United Kingdom), ZAE Bayern and Fraunhofer ISE (Germany) will join forces to improve MOST systems beyond the state of the art on all possible technical aspects.

“The MOST project (H2020-FETPROACT-2019-951801, Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage Systems) involves a dedicated and engaged group of people. Research groups from 6 different organizations in 5 different countries will work together to make this technology possible.”

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MOST Solar Project researcher Andreas Erbs Hillers-Bendtsen wins Elite Researcher travel scholarship

Andreas Erbs Hillers-Bendtsen, PhD student at the University of Copenhagen and part of the MOST Solar project, has received the prestigious Elite Researcher travel scholarship 2022 to visit the Stanford University and learn about the modelling of photochemical and photophysical processes which are essential for exploitation of solar energy.

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The MOST project aims to develop and demonstrate a zero emission solar energy storage system based on benign, all renewable materials.

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