Project Details

Description

US-Australia Solar Energy Collaboration (USASEC): Micro Urban Solar Integrated Concentrator (MUSIC) US-Australia Solar Energy Collaboration (USASEC): Micro Urban Solar Integrated Concentrator (MUSIC) ASU Contribution to the Micro Urban Solar Integrated Concentrator (MUSIC) Centre ASU Participants: Liping Wang, SEMTE Pat Phelan, SEMTE Lenore Dai, SEMTE Robert Wang, SEMTE Harvey Bryan, The Design School The Micro Urban Solar Integrated Concentrator (MUSIC) Centre is an Australian-USA collaboration designed to develop and promote roof-top solar thermal concentrators that can provide integrated heating, cooling, and electricity to commercial buildings. This project is being proposed for funding to the Australian Solar Institute (ASI), as part of a memorandum of understanding between the US and Australian governments. The ASU-based faculty and students will collaborate with our Australian counterparts by sharing information and leveraging other related research projects that can be used to support our activities. If awarded, some amount of funds from this project will be used to support the travel costs for our students and post-docs to go to Australia and participate in collaborative research. Modest support for materials and lab supplies in US labs will also be supported.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/2/1311/30/16

Funding

  • OTHER: Foreign Other: $237,645.00

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