Liten is a major European research institute and a driving force behind the development of the sustainable energy technologies of the future. The institute is spearheading the EU’s efforts to limit dependency on fossil fuels and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in three key areas: renewable energy, energy efficiency/storage and development of materials.
Our platforms, sophisticated tools for industry & the scientific/technical infrastructure/expertise to overcome technological hurdles
Liten's research teams work across a vast portfolio of renewable energy technologies. Cutting-edge photovoltaic technologies are developed at INES, the French National centre for solar research and R&D with Hydrogen and Biomass activities being managed from the LITEN's main site in Grenoble, Rhone-Alpes.
“Radically improving energy efficiency will reduce the need for investment in energy infrastructure, cut fuel costs, increase competitiveness, lessen exposure to fuel price volatility, increase energy affordability for low-income households and cut local and global pollutants improving consumer welfare” Source OECD Energy report, 2014
From nanosecurity, nanocharacterisation,and anti-counterfeiting technology to the development of advanced materials and point of sale: a comprehensive offering.
Transverse activities help add value to our technology portfolio. An optimised modeling and characterisation model, for example, can help reduce time to market. Browse this section to find out more....
The development of advanced materials lies at the heart of our scientific model
Because a modification to a material at atomic scale can impact exponentially on the quality of a product
Liten is present at each level of the value chain and can offer specialised R&D in the fields of thermal science and energy harvesting.
Liten is a leading french player for the development of renewable energies and is able to exploit a significant wealth of scientific expertise and technological infrastructure
Biomass is just one of the many areas we work in to develop new, clean, energy sources, that will meet the needs of industry and of society
A unique combination of technological infrastructure and expertise in R&D for R&D to meet the demands of the energy transition.
Liten is a major European research institute and a driving force behind the development of the sustainable energy technologies of the future. The institute is spearheading the EU's efforts to limit dependency on fossil fuels and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in three key areas : renewable energy, energy efficiency/storage and development of materials.
A new software application capable of simulating how battery pack components’ electrical characteristics will evolve over several years has been developed by Liten, a CEA Tech institute. The software will be useful in accurately predicting battery pack performance over time.
Bolivia is home to a large proportion of the world’s lithium reserves. Bolivian state mining corporation YLB (Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos) has acquired the equipment and know-how required to establish a local lithium industry.
Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, today announced a new European Horizon 2020 project to develop innovative electric drivetrains for third-generation electric vehicles.
The new international standard for measuring materials used in photovoltaic modules includes a new method for determining cell encapsulant reticulation rates developed by Liten, a CEA Tech institute, in partnership with Arkema.
In research conducted in partnership with Naval Group, Liten, a CEA Tech institute, successfully implemented a laser powder-bed fusion additive manufacturing process on a 316LN stainless steel alloy. This is the first time additive manufacturing has been used to produce 316LN parts.
Industrial equipment manufacturer Leroux et Lotz Technologies turned to Liten, a CEA Tech institute, to design and build a complete sample collection and analysis system for gasification reactors. The system was installed on Leroux et Lotz’ test reactor in Nantes, France.
Liten, a CEA Tech institute, leveraged its broad, deep knowledge of printed electronics and plastronics to develop a completely smooth car dashboard demonstrator with no mechanical buttons. The demonstrator was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show.
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A power-component test bench with photovoltaic-type aging capabilities was developed under the Memphis project.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.