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The Research and CentreTechnology of Energy (CRTEn) is a research and development (R & D) structure operating under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MESRS). The main objectives of the Centre is to support the development of the national industry in the field of energy, to meet the various demands for expertise inherent to renewable energies, and to make R & D an engine of growth. Based on a knowledge and scientific and technological know-how of more than 30 years, the CRTEn is based on research programs and monitoring actions, which are called in short and medium terms, to give a modern orientation to the Research in the field of energy. CRTEn is a technological platform for R & D and pilot actions playing an important role in supporting and developing innovative companies working in the various energy sectors, particularly new and renewable energies. CRTEn also contributes effectively to post-graduate training in order to create a new generation of jobs.
Thanks to nanotechnologies, new perspectives have been opened in order to introduce new concepts and to manufacture efficient photovoltaic cells with new geometries.
Mastering and optimizing new applications in solar thermal and energy efficiency ...
The research activities of the LMEEVED are mainly focused on two distinct and relevant axes: wind energy and energy recovery of waste.
The aim of LSNTA is to establish a network of collective competences in a multidisciplinary field linked to semiconductors and related advanced technologies.
The LaNSER is derived from the Photovoltaic Laboratory (LPV). It is a multidisciplinary laboratory where new materials for fuel cells (membranes), photocatalysis and energy conversion are manufactured and characterized.