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The engineer Ana Rodes Carbonell, director of the R&D projects at the Textile Aitex Institute, has revolutionized the textile world by developing a weave that can produce energy through solar radiation.

  

The project came with Rodes master’s final project, entitled "Integration of flexible photovoltaic cells in textiles". After a year of research and work, the result was a prototype of canopy that can charge a smartphone and support LED lighting. This fact can be possible thanks to the flexible texture able to integrate photovoltaic cells that can transport energy and adapt to the outside climatic conditions.

 

Until now, it only had been possible to integrate photovoltaic cells in crystal, ceramic, façades, and roofs.

 

According to Ana Rodes in “El País”, the study aims to take advantage of the space of certain structures, exposed to the sun, that we can find in a city, such as canopies, tents, pagodas, parasols, arbores and covers, so that can do shadow and at the same time produce electricity in a more sustainable way.

 

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The research Project of DAFIA, coordinated by the technological Plastic Institute (Aimplas) comes to an end. They have worked during four years to search added value on urban solid waste (domestic trash) and waste of the fish industry.

 

Thanks to the research, they have extracted and formulated fire-retardant additives through the fisher industry waste, that can be used in the automotive sector to provide of fire resistance to the polyamides. From this waste, they got alternative materials to EVOH (petrochemical origin) with oxygen barrier properties. This formulation, of gelatin base, it can be added to the packaging of food or be used to cover directly the product in edible way.

 

In the case of urban solid waste (domestic trash), thanks to their innovative fermentation procedures, it has been possible to extract its sugars (carbon source) building blocks from which biopolymers such as bio polyamides can be synthesized.  Materials from renewable sources that have also application in the automotive sector.

 

Source: Aimplas (19-02-2021). “Subproductos del sector pesquero y residuos sólidos urbanos se transforman en bioplásticos para automoción, aditivos ignifugantes y envases barrera” [Blog]. Recuperado de: https://www.aimplas.es/blog/valorizacion-residuos-solidos-urbanos/?utm_content=154831150&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin&hss_channel=lcp-1205151

 


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