The goal of Eni's High Performance Computing is to perfect and industrialize low carbon energy technologies developed in collaboration with research centers. Eni's efforts are helping to generate energy from waves and guarantee access to energy in remote areas thanks to light-weight and flexible organic photovoltaic panels


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We're used to seeing electric, gas and wood-burning ovens, but can you imagine baking pizza in a solar-powered oven? That technology was invented in the latest episode of Funny Applications, where Eni's budding researchers imagine new uses for technology.

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Organic photovoltaic panels are light and flexible, unlike traditional solar cells. What if these panels could be applied to a canoe, to capture solar energy while it's on the water in order to charge electronic devices? That innovation was invented in the latest episode of Funny Applications, where Eni's budding researchers imagine new uses for technology.

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What if you could use cooking oil as fuel for your vehicle? Eni's biorefinement technology can produce high-quality biofuel from exhausted vegetable oils and other raw materials. That innovation and more were invented by Eni's budding researchers in this video series that imagines new uses for technology.

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What if we could heat our schools using only the sun? Eni's concentrated thermodynamic solar power technology has the potential to keep schools warm using renewable energy. That innovation and more were invented by Eni's budding researchers in this video series that imagines new uses for technology.

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What if you could take the organic waste from your home to the gas station and fill up your car using Eni's waste-to-fuel technology? That innovation and more were invented by Eni's budding researchers in this video series that imagines new uses for technology.

Watch the latest episode of Funny Applications.

A backpack that can capture the sun's rays to recharge mobile phones or keep our thermos flasks cool? All this is possible thanks to the organic photovoltaic panels resulting from Eni's research.

Watch the latest episode of Funny Applications, Eni's video series that imagines new uses for technology.

Eni's luminescent solar concentrators can help smart windows and next-generation buildings generate electricity. But even Eni hadn't imagined using this technology to create eyeglasses capable of charging mobile phones and headsets.

Introducing Funny Applications, Eni's video series that imagines new, unexpected uses for technology. Watch the premiere episode.

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