Current and previous projects vary widely in application. For more information visit the pages below.
Together with SOLAq B.V. Sustainable Eyes is currently developing a solar powered Atmospheric Water Generation (AWG) device. The system uses solar (thermal) energy and the atmosphere around us to produce clean drinking water. The project is partly subsidised by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). During this project final R&D activities regarding the system subcomponentents will be performed. After successful completion of the last R&D phase a demonstration project will commence in which a full-scale model of the system will be built and tested in a relevant location. Sustainable Eyes and SOLAq are looking for partners and locations for the next phase of the technologies' development.
Tiny TIM is a 100% sustainable 'Tiny house' in which drinking water, thermal and electrical energy supply and toilet/shower water are all supplied by integrated renewable sources. The houses can be used all year and completely off-grid.
In the light of Indonesia's ambitious targets to drastically reduce CO2 emissions and to increase the domestic use of renewable energy, a feasibility study was performed on the implementation of sustainable energy technologies on small islands in Indonesia. The study was executed by a collaboration between University of Twente, TU Delft and the Raja Ampat Research and Conservation Centre (RARCC).
Wind turbine fluid dynamic performance optimization for a new application. More information coming.