Working together for green, competitive
and inclusive Europe
Welcome to SuNaMa
Sustainably produced nanomaterials for energy applications
Baltic Research Programme is a joint research program of three Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia funded from the funds of financial mechanism of the European Economic Area (EEA) States (Iceland and Liechtenstein) and Norway 2014-2021.
Project promoter – State Research Institute Center for Physical Sciences and Technology
- SINTEF as, by its institute SINTEF Industry
- Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry
- National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics
The main objective of the SuNaMa project is to develop innovative, high-performance, highly conductive, electrocatalytically active, durable, cost-effective, and high surface area nanocarbon materials. These materials are potential candidates to be employed in low-carbon energy technologies such as ultracapacitors, metal-air batteries, and fuel cells. This would represent a significant breakthrough in the renewable and low-carbon energy technology sector and exponentially widen the market with an environmentally friendly, low-cost technology with a substantial impact on reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emission as well the environmental hazard produced by various industries. The focus of the SuNaMa project is to improve the performance of the state-of-the-art ultracapacitors, metal-air batteries, and fuel cells as well significantly reduce the price of these technologies.
Total eligible costs of the projects
988000 EUR (EUR 839800,00 grant from the EEA Financial Mechanism and EUR 148200,00 budget co-financing)