Thermoelectricity - new horizons
The company 2Dpro Sp z o.o. It was founded in 2016 and operates in the research and development aimed at innovative solutions based on low-dimensional materials (graphene and other materials 2D). The first product of 2Dpro is device producing an electric current generated by the heat.
2Dpro Sp. z o.o. defines the innovative use of Thermoelectricity power. Thermoelectric effect is the result of direct conversion of temperature difference of two points of the bodies on the electric voltage. The generated electric potential is used generally to heating, cooling or temperature measurement.
Our company into generate an electric current used the converter in the form of graphene. This is an original approach to the commercialization of graphene in the field of renewable energy. Such a solution will allow the use of not only this part of the energy that is lost in many production processes (ie. almost 55% losses) resulting in a degradation of the environment - global warming, but above all it will open a new way to generate energy from the sun.
The company 2Dpro Sp. z o.o. focuses on materials of the future, which, without doubt, in the coming years will change the face of the modern world. A guided by the latest knowledge in the field of nanotechnology, and solutions in the field of renewable energy 2Dpro company focused on the introduction to the global market grafenowego thermoelectric generator (GTG).
Considering the advanced technology of the proposed solution GTG, 2Dpro leads broadly R & D and innovation R & D & I.
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