The objective is to demonstrate a 100% renewable energy power system on campus with a mini-grid composed of solar panels and an innovative e-fuel energy storage system. An e-fuel charger prototype powered by solar cells to produce e-fuels and an e-fuel power pack prototype for stationary power supply or electrical car will be demonstrated.
To identify, formulate and solve integrative electrochemistry, material science and thermo-fluid science problems.
To analyze the performance of energy storage system and design an electrical car power supply with high energy efficiency
To apply and integrate the knowledge acquired throughout their undergraduate studies.
To develop students capabilities in analyzing and solving complex and real-case problems