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Energy Research Projects

TURI supports research that will help Massachusetts companies limit energy consumption through process changes and research into innovative energy generation and storage processes.

simulated temp distribution across fuel cell membrane
Simulated temperature distribution across the membrane of a fuel cell developed at UMass Lowell

2003 -- Prototype Development and Environmental Assessment of Dye-Sensitized Photovoltaic Cells - Prof. John Duffy, UMass Lowell Department of Mechanical Engineering, Industry Partner: Konarka, Lowell, Massachusetts.<

2002 -- Solar Electrolyzer Fuel Cell, 3kW System - Prof. John Duffy, UMass Lowell, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solar Engineering Program. Industry Partner: Electrochem, Inc., Woburn, Massachusetts.

2001 -- Solar Fuel Cell System - Prof. John Duffy, UMass Lowell, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solar Engineering Program.

2000 -- Solar Fuel Cell System - Prof. John Duffy, UMass Lowell, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solar Engineering Program.

1999 -- Development of a Building Commissioning Model for Energy and Resource Efficiency for University of Massachusetts Buildings - Prof. Lawrence Ambs, UMass Amherst, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

1998 -- Sustainable Production of Alternative-Fueled Buses - Prof. John Duffy, UMass Lowell, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solar Engineering Program.

1998 -- Battery Powered Solid State Cooler/Heater - Prof Ziyad Salameh, UMass Lowell, Department of Electrical Engineering.

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