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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.927.147 von Popeye82 am 07.06.18 01:02:39READY to rocket


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.927.165 von Popeye82 am 07.06.18 01:33:05READY to rocket


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Martin Green – Australia’s “father of PV” – beats Elon Musk, to Global Energy Prize; UNSW’s Martin Green beats Elon Musk for major energy prize for his work in REVOLUTIONISING efficiency, +helping make solar PV cheapest energy option


"Australia’s “father of PV,” UNSW Scientia Professor Martin Green, has been awarded the 2018 Global Energy Prize, beating out a shortlist that included Tesla’s Elon Musk, and becoming the first Australian to win the $820,000 gong.

The University of New South Wales said on Thursday that Professor Green had been selected from 44 contenders from 14 countries by a committee of leading scientists, to share the prize with Russian scientist Sergey Alekseenko, an expert in thermal power engineering.

Green was honoured, UNSW said, for revolutionising the efficiency and cost of solar photovoltaics and making it the lowest cost option for bulk electricity supply.

And rightly so – Professor Green, who is Director of the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics at UNSW, is a world-renowned as a leading specialist in both monocrystalline and polycrystalline silicon solar cells.

In 1989, his team supplied the solar cells for the first photovoltaic system with an energy conversion efficiency of 20 per cent. In 2014, he headed the development team that first demonstrated the conversion of sunlight into electricity with an efficiency of 40 per cent.

Professor Green also invented the PERC solar cell, which accounted for more than 24 per cent of the world’s silicon cell manufacturing capacity at the end of 2017.

On top of all that, the research group he founded at UNSW – the largest and best-known university-based PV research group in the world – is broadly credited with driving the enormous reductions in costs in solar PV, largely through the work of his students in establishing manufacturing centres in Asia.

“Not everyone would agree with that attribution,” said Green in an interview with RE on Friday – adding that Tesla’s Musk would have been his pick for the prize, for his crucial work of putting electric vehicles on the agenda.

And the Professor was keen to pay tribute to his UNSW solar stablemates, Zhengrong Shi, who left Australia to form Suntech Power in the US; and Stuart Wenham – the “Einstein” of the solar world, who died, aged just 60, in December last year.

“In particular, Stuart created this computer program that was a virtual production line,” Green told RE. “That overcame the language barrier in training hoards of Chinese engineers in setting up these (solar PV) production lines.”

Some 15 to 20 years later, and the global growth of solar PV – now the cheapest new form of energy generation – has soared beyond virtually all predictions.

“If you look at the figures from the last few years growth has consistently stayed at around 40 per cent a year,” Green said.

“If it keeps growing at that rate, we’re looking at hitting a terawatt of solar production in 2024.

“Even if it slows to growth of 20 per cent a year, we are on track to reach production levels of a TW a year in the late 2020s.

“And that’s the area where you can really start cutting greenhouse gases.”

And that’s what it’s all about – a cheap transition that does not cost more than business as usual, in fact will likely deliver savings – although some people, and some governments, prefer to remain none the wiser.

Which is why awards like this one are so important.

“I think (this is) a good opportunity to get across the message that things have changed with solar and that it’s the best option out there,” Green said.

“That’s an important message to get out.

“There’s a growing consensus that we’re going to get most of our energy out of solar down the track.

“It’s not a matter having to help solar along. It’s not about removing the last remaining barriers – and getting out of the way of (renewable energy),” he said.

Green said removing barriers often meant changing regulations to make them consistent with a solar type of future, as well as overcoming political resistance in places like Australia and the US. "
GLOBAL smart (50) Awards, Finalists (2018); SOME of the, most important, recent innovations in Smart +Connected Communities


"2018 Award Recipients

Community Awards - Community awardees exemplify a groundswell of support from leaders and community members within a municipality, in connection with the project.
- Ypsilanti Fire Station Solar Installation, Ypsilanti, MI, US
- Greenville Automated Taxi Shuttles, Greenville, SC, US

Citizen (Life) Awards
- Understanding Citizens in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Home Care Services in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
- Safety and Happenings in Rio de Janiero, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Energy Awards
- CITyFiED, RepliCable and InnovaTive Future Efficient Districts and Cities, Laguna de Duero-Valladolid, Spain; Soma, Turkey; Lund, Sweden
- Smart Cities Through Smart Lighting, Brussels, Belgium
- Energy Sharing and Cost Savings with OhmConnect, Berkeley, CA, US
- Smart Pole & Intelligent Street Lighting, Bhopal, India
- Philadelphia Energy Campaign for Multi-Family Affordable Housing, Philadelphia, PA, US
- Underground Infrastructure Sensing, Burlington, VT, US; Winooski, VT, US; Chattanooga, TN, US
- Austin SHINES Project, Austin, TX, US
- Idaho's First Commercial Zero Net Energy Building, Boise, ID, US
- Montreal Smart Public Lighting Control Project, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Transforming Household Waste in Austin, Austin, TX, US
- Wireless IoT Connectivity Platform in San Leandro, San Leandro, CA, US
- San Francisco International Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment: View Dynamic Glass, San Francisco, CA, US
- Air, Noise, and Smart Traffic Monitoring in Ireland, Galway City, Ireland; Limerick, Ireland; Cork, Ireland; Dublin City, Ireland

Governance Awards
- Kansas City Smart City Initiatives, Kansas City, MO, US
- Bhopal Plus App, Bhopal, India
- Crime Big Data Analytics from Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, US
- PMC Citizen Assistance, Response and Engagement (CARE), Pune, India
- Homeless Data Sharing in Sacramento, Sacramento, California, US
- MyRichmond, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
- Gang and Crime Prevention in St. Louis with Smart Streetlights, St. Ann, MO; St. Charles, MO; St. Louis, MO, US
- Lake Flood Prevention with Smart Gateway Sensors, Lakeland, FL, US

Horizons Awards - Horizon awardees demonstrate foundational and inspiring groundwork for future smart cities projects.
- Schenectady Smart City Report, Schenectady, NY, US
- Yucaipa Business Incubator Center, Yucaipa, CA, US
- Annapolis Renewable Energy Park-Solar Segment Project, Annapolis, MD, US
- Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan, Chula Vista, CA, US

Mobility Awards
- Turnit BiBo, Tartu, Estonia
- Marietta TravelSafely App, Marietta, GA, US
- Solar Assisted Electric Vehicle Charging and Car Share, Chattanooga, TN, US
- VIA Mobile Ticketing System, San Antonio, TX, US
- India's First Public Bike Share Program, Bhopal, India
- Smarter Streets with Video Analytics in Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Nation's First Self-Driving Shuttle Pilot in Public Right-of-Way, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Intelligent Video Analytics in Singapore and at Changi Airport, Singapore
- Intelligent Transport System (ITS), Bengaluru, India
- Mobile Application for BMTC Project, Bengaluru, India
- The Texas Innovation Alliance, Arlington, TX, US
- oneTRANSPORT Initiative, Watford, England; Oxford, England
- Electric Drive, Austin, TX, US
- Vision Zero Project, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Automated Video Analytics for Improved Mobility in Austin, Austin, TX, US

Networks Awards
- Emergency Internet Bypass Lane Protocol, Rochester, NY, US
- Campbell River Advantage Network, Campbell River, Canada
- World's Largest Network of IoT Sensors on City Streetlights, San Diego, CA, US
- The Ammon Model, Ammon, ID, US
- Richmond Hill Smart Street Lighting Conversion Project by Ameresco , Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
- StormSense, Hampton Roads, Virginia, US
- Array of Things, Chicago, Illinois, US
- Simulated Smart City, Cary, NC, US

Applications are reviewed by members of our global city leader community. Awardees are encouraged to attend the Smart 50 Awards Gala in April 2019 with at least two attendees of the project team.

For more information, please contact Laura Benold, Smart Cities Connect at (email)......................................................"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.940.716 von Popeye82 am 08.06.18 11:33:52GLOBAL Energy prize (2018) (WInner); the Global Energy Prize annually honors outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world that are helping address the world’s various and pressing energy challenges. The Global Energy Prize, founded in 2002, is awarded to the most accomplished minds in the research world. The honorees are awarded the Global Energy Prize at the International Economic Forum in St Petersburg along with a prize of RUB 39 million

- Martin Green
- Sergey Alekseenko -

coveted Innovation Award (Finalists+Winner) (2018), 11 MOST Innovative Products, +Solutions


- Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH, Cobra NC
- Jessberger GmbH, Die intelligente Fasspumpe
- KSB SE & Co. KGaA, KSB Guard
- Prominent GmbH, Evolution Mikro
- Seepex GmbH, Smart Dosing Pump

Seepex won, with its Smart Dosing Pump

Mechanical and Thermal Processing
- Allgaier Process Technology GmbH, CD Dryer
- Andritz KMPT GmbH, Pneumatischer Austrag
- Herding GmbH, Filtertechnik Herding Flameless
- Netzsch-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Neos
- Wilk-Graphite GmbH, ASKR

The winner was Wilk Graphite, with ASKR.

Pharmaceutical Engineering
- Dec Group, Flex PTS
- Eppendorf AG, Bio Flo 120
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, 567 Biostar control – realtime
- Glatt GmbH, Twinpro
- L.B. Bohle Maschinen + Verfahren GmbH, Qb Con 1

The winner was Glatt, with Twinpro.

Filling and Packing
- Bausch + Ströbel Maschinenfabrik Ilshofen GmbH & Co. KG, Variosys
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, F40 F60
- Groninger & Co. GmbH, Integra
- Haver & Boecker oHG, Roto-Packer Adams Careline Edition
- Maschinenfabrik Möllers GmbH, 4-Wege palettenlose Versandeinheit

The winner was Groninger, with Integra.

Plant Engineering and Processing
- GE Healthcare Life Sciences, KU Bio BSL-2 Manufacturing Facility
- GF Piping Systems Ltd., IR-110 A/IR-315 A
- R. Stahl Schaltgeräte GmbH, Expressure
- Spraying Systems Deutschland GmbH, Polar Dry
- Zeta Biopharma GmbH, Zeta kLa-Wert Messmethode

The winner was GE Healthcare Life Sciences, with KU Bio BSL-2.

Valves, Fittings &. Seals
- Air-Jet AG, PES 100
- Arca Regler GmbH, 6H-Drehschieber
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, Gemü PD-Membran
- Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group, Q-Clamp von Biopure
- Wika Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG, PG43SA-D

The winner was Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau, with the Gemü PD membrane.

Laboratory and Analytical Engineering
- AGT-PSG GmbH & Co., KGPSG Extrudiert Hybrid
- Asecos GmbH, V-Move-90
- Chemspeed Technologies AG, Flex Swile
- Ika Werke GmbH & Co.KG, Electra Syn 2.0
- Microlit, Ultimus

Ika won, with Electra Syn 2.0.

Instrumentation, Control & Automation
- Blue Ocean Nova AG, Tellus, Triton,
- Envea – SWR Engineering Messtechnik GmbH, Paddy
- Festo AG & Co. KG, Festo Motion Terminal VTEM
- Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, PLC Next Technology
- Sopat GmbH,Sopat VI Atex

Phoenix Contact won, with PLC Next Technology.

SPECIAL Awards, on the main topics of Achema

Special Awards were also awarded in the categories "Flexible Production", "Chemical and Pharmaceutical Logistics" and "Biotech for Chemistry".
- Flexible Production: Festo AG & Co. KG, Festo Motion Terminal VTEM
- Chemical and Pharmaceutical Logistics: Siemens AG, Fahrerloses Transportsystem SIATRANS
- Biotech for Chemistry: Pörner Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, Pörner-Reishülsen-Silikat"

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