Projects

Power electronic system for energy management in fast charging of energy storage devices.

MARKEL has begun industrial research and development work on “power electronic system for energy management in fast charging of energy storage devices”.

We are proud to inform that MARKEL Sp. z o.o received co-funding for industrial research and development work under the National Programme for a project titled “Power electronic system for energy management in fast charging of energy storage devices”, which was selected in the „Ścieżka dla Mazowsza” competition. On 04.12.2019, we signed the agreement MAZOWSZE/0038/19-00 with the National Centre for Research and Development. The aim of this project is to develop and implement an original high voltage DC/DC converter characterised by very high energy efficiency.

The project will last for a maximum of 3 years and most of the time will be devoted to industrial research.

The project is co-funded by the National Centre for Research and Development under the „Ścieżka dla Mazowsza” national programme.


Power electronic functional blocks based on low induction modules with silicon carbide power devices.

MARKEL has completed industrial research and development works on “power electronic functional blocks based on low induction modules with silicon carbide power devices”.

We are proud to inform that MARKEL Sp. z o.o has completed industrial research and development work under the Measure 1.1 “R&D projects of enterprises”, Sub-measure 1.1.1 “Industrial research and development work implemented by enterprises” of the Smart Growth Operational Programme for a project titled “Power electronic functional blocks based on low induction modules with silicon carbide power devices”. On 11 July 2016, we signed the contract POIR.01.01.01-00-1865/15.00 with the National Centre for Research and Development. The aim of this project was to develop and implement an innovative functional power block relying on high voltage elements made of silicon carbide.

The project took 3 years and most of that time was devoted to industrial research.

The project was co-funded by the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund.

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