The SOLAR-JET project has explored solar-thermochemical redox cycles from 2011 to 2015, within this period the consortium has produced the world's first sample of solar thermochemical kerosene. The project website is now inactive and will not be updated.
Please visit the website of the successor project SUN-to-LIQUID www.sun-to-liquid.eu for all important information.
The follow-up H2020 project SUN-to-LIQUID has been kicked off on 1st January 2017. Please visit www.sun-to-liquid.eu to learn more about the project and the partners behind.
SOLAR-JET receives 1st aireg Award for producing the first solar kerosene that can easily be used as fuel for aviation!
In order to achieve the objectives of SOLAR-JET the work is organised in 4 technical work packages. An additional work package is dedicated to the management of the project (WP5) and the dissemination as well as exploitation of the results is organised in WP6.