Sponsored by Masdar, LAGI 2019 Return to the Source is an exploration into the wonders of a post-carbon world. The 24th World Energy Congress is where LAGI 2019 will showcase 28 shortlisted projects designed this year for Masdar City—the global capital of sustainability. Winning projects will be announced 10th of September 2019.
The Oasis uses combined solar photovoltaic and thermal modules to generate 7,200 MWh and 18 million liters of drinking water per year.
Unexpected Scenarios uses solar thermal with Stirling heat engine and calcium hydride reactor with hydrogen energy storage to generate 175 MWh / year.
Solar Exploitation uses solar photovoltaic and water harvesting to generate 3,500 MWh per year.
ExpoSE uses planar optical micro-tracking solar panels and CIGS solar panels to generate 4,500 MWh per year.
Solar Cloud by Sinan Gunay, Nurhayat Oz (Istanbul, Turkey) uses carbon reinforced woven mesh with thin-film photovoltaic to generate 2,000 MWh per year.
Following Eye uses concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) to generate 200 MWh per year.
Polychromatic Courtyard uses translucent thin-film photovoltaic to generate 5,000 MWh per year.
Masdar Calligraphy uses color laminated solar photovoltaic, vertical axis wind turbine to generate 1,250 MWh per year.
Analemma uses translucent flexible solar thin-film to generate 600 MWh per year.
Renewable Oasis uses dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) laminated in ETFE sheets and piezoelectric energy harvesting to generate 500 MWh per year.
Museum of the Seven uses solar photovoltaic, organic photovoltaic and solar ink to generate 3,000 MWh per year.
Solar Seesaw uses flexible thin-film solar photovoltaic (CZTS) by Crystalsol™ and kinetic energy harvesting pavers to generate 2,800 MWh per year
The Oasis: an Integrated Ecosystem in the City uses organic photovoltaic (OPV) by ASCA® or similar and microbial electrolysis to generate 1,200 MWh per year.