CVVOZE – Centre for Research and Utilisation of Renewable Energy
CVVOZE is a research centre at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology. It covers almost the full spectrum of electrical engineering disciplines (electrochemistry, electromechanics, electrotechnology, electrical power engineering) and links them to the topical subject of renewable energy sources and their efficient use in production, transport and power engineering.
The research centre accommodates three programmes:
- Electromechanical Energy Conversion – concentrates on increasing the efficiency of the existing electrical machines used in environmentally-friendly transportation, and on development of conceptually new machines including development and optimisation of new control systems utilising modern signal processors.
- Chemical and Photovoltaic Energy – focuses on research into electrochemical sources, photovoltaic cells and on development of their efficient and reliable applications.
- Generation, transmission, Distribution and Use of Electrical Energy – aims its activities at research and development of new devices for electrical energy distribution featuring improved energetic and environmental parameters leading to better quality of electricity and higher reliability of its delivery, including electrical network safety.
The Centre continues the long-term tradition of research and development done under the faculty’s name and aspires to become a respected institution of European significance.
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Centre for Research and Utilization of Renewable Energy
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication
Brno University of Technology
Technická 3082/12, 61600 Brno
Prof. RNDr. Vladimir Aubrecht, CSc.
+420 541 146 715
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