The Applied Research
Institute for Prospective
Technologies

Industrial research centre with specific knowledge in photovoltaic technologies

Our main
competences

Sensors & electronics
Electronics, Microelectronics, Sensors Our areas of competence covers technological development…

About
Institute

The Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies (Protech) is a private non-profit research institute established under FP5 Centres of Excellence project for Candidate Countries “First Step” as industrial research centre with specific knowledge in photovoltaic technologies. From the very beginning institute is focusing its activities on industry relevant research supporting SMEs and manufacturing industries in Lithuania and EU countries. Successful implementation of research projects with strong industry involvement triggered interest of private investors to work with Protech as a performer of industry level reasearch and technology developer.

Today, ProTech is recognised applied research centre focusing it‘s activities at green energy generation and application technologies, particularly, photovoltaics, energy efficient buildings and environment-friendly materials. ProTech adminstrates a national Photovoltaic Technology Cluster and runs it‘s open-access R&D facilities. ProTech is also an administrator of Plastics and new materials cluster.

Protech activities

ProTech provides services in the fields of it’s competencies for optimization of technology processes, measurements of properties of materials and structures, performing of certain technology processes, testing of PV modules according EU standards.

Latest news

EU HEROES: Daugiabutis, visą energiją gaunantis „iš dangaus“: fantazija ar realybė
Daugiabutis, visą energiją gaunantis „iš dangaus“: fantazija ar realybė Pingant saulės elektrinių įrangai ir vis plačiau taikant paramos mechanizmus tokiai įrangai įsigyti, mokslininkai ir praktikai randa vis naujesnių ir efektyvesnių saulės energetikos panaudojimo būdų. Vilniuje įsikūręs Progresyvinių technologijų taikomųjų tyrimų institutas kartu su partneriais iš Anglijos, Voketijos, Ispanijos, Olandijos, Graikijos…
Green PE: The seventh Company Visit
Green PE: The seventh Company Visit Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies visited UAB “VALMETRUS” for the first time to discuss the project findings and opportunities to implement Advanced Power Electronics into R&D  and investement planning strategies, as well as to develop technology roadmaps at individual company level. Company visit…
Green PE: The sixth Company Visit
Green PE: The sixth Company Visit   Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies visited JSC “AROKA” for the first time to start communication and to discuss the project findings and opportunities to consider advanced Power Electronics in specific R&D strategies and to develop technology roadmap at individual company level. Company…
Green PE: The fifth Company Visit
Green PE: The fifth Company Visit   Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies visited JSC “BOD Group” for the second time to communicate further. PROTECH, BOD Group, Solitek R&D and Modus Energy representatives had a wider discussion about the project findings and opportunities to consider advanced Power Electronics in R&D…
Green PE: The fourth Company Visit
Green PE: The fourth Company Visit   Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies was visited by JSC „Saulės Grąža”, JSC „Sėkmės sprendimai“ and JSC „Super Solem“ in order to communicate, consult and discuss the project findings and opportunities to implemement advanced Power Electronics into R&D strategies and to develop technology…
Green PE: The third Company Visit
Green PE: The third Company Visit   Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies was visited by JSC „Kompiuterinis procesų valdymas” and JSC „Elmereka“ in order to communicate and discuss the project findings and opportunities to implemement advanced Power Electronics into their specific R&D strategies and to develop technology roadmap at…
Green PE: The second Company Visit
Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies  visited UAB „GLASSBEL EU” in order to consult and discuss the project findings and opportunities to implemement advanced Power Electronics into R&D strategies and to develop technology roadmap at individual company level. Company visit was held in Klaipeda.
Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency (Green PE) findings and opportunities
Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency (Green PE) findings and opportunities   Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies  visited UAB BOD Group in order to communicate the project findings and opportunities to consider advanced Power Electronics in their specific R&D strategies and technology roadmaps at individual company level. Company visit…
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