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Wisely “Storing”, “Creating”, and “Utilizing” the energy

We will continue to promote the research and development with the R&D theme of “Kyoto Next-generation Energy System Creation Strategy”, which strikes the balance between energy security, environmental conservation, and economic efficiency, in terms of wisely “storing”, “creating”, and “utilizing” the energy.

 

Storing Energy Wisely (Kyoto University)

Collection of carbon dioxide from the by-product gases
1.”Development of the carbon dioxide separation and refining material with excellent diffusion and permeability”
Manufacturing fuel by the reduction of carbon dioxide
2. Establishing reaction field by Porous Coordination Polymer (PCP) ”Development of reaction field using Porous Coordination Polymer”
3. Designing molecular catalyst ”Development of energy conversion reaction system conjugated in the material circulation between carbon dioxide and methanol”
4. Designing metal nanoparticle catalyst ”Development of PCP/nano-alloy composite aimed at innovative catalyst”
5. Producing hydrogen from the water ”Development of high-efficiency water decomposition photocatalysts”

Creating Energy Wisely (Kyoto University, Doshisha University)

Fuel cell hydrogen generating agent (Kyoto University)
6.”Development of high-performance inorganic materials with the aim of building environment-conscious energy society”
Building ammonia fuel cell system (Doshisha University)
7. “Creation of innovative new materials for building next-generation energy conversion and storage system”

Efficient Energy Utilization (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

Development energy-saving DC/AC power supply system
8. “Advanced DC/AC power supply system that directly controls the power semiconductor device”

Research and Development Themes

Research Theme Principal
supervisor
Affiliation/Title
1 Development of carbon dioxide separation and refining material with excellent diffusion and permeability Susumu Kitagawa Professor at Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University Susumu Kitagawa
2 Development of reaction field using Porous Coordination Polymer
3 Development of energy conversion reaction system conjugated in the material circulation between carbon dioxide and methanol Koji Tanaka Specially Appointed Professor at Institute of Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto University Koji Tanaka
4 Development of PCP/nano-alloy composite aimed at innovative catalyst Hiroshi Kitagawa Professor at Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University Hiroshi Kitagawa
5 Development of high-efficiency water decomposition photocatalysts Susumu Kitagawa Professor at Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University Susumu Kitagawa
6 Development of high-performance inorganic materialswith the aim of building environment-conscious energy society Kazuyuki Hirao Professor at Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University KazuyukiHirao
7 Development of innovative new materials for building next-generation energy conversion and storage system Minoru Inaba Professor at Faculty of Science and Technology, Doshisha University Minoru Inaba
8 Advanced DC/AC power supply system that directly controls the power semiconductor device Masahiro Yoshimoto Professor at Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology Masahiro Yoshimoto
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