Impact Clean Power Technology

Development projects

Through a long-time commitment to R & D, we have developed unique and innovative solutions which are currently applied in our products. The success of ICPT is based on scientific and engineering talents of our employees combined with the great knowledge we have built throughout the years of presence in the market.

The list of projects:

Development and verification of a new generation trolleybus based on battery and catenary network power supply with a dedicated and adjusted to continuous work energy storage

Project contractors and partners:
Consortium: Solaris Bus & Coach Spółka Akcyjna (project leader) – Impact Clean Power Technology S.A. 

Project Name: TrolBaSi
Contract No: POIR.01.02.00-00-0313/16-00
Projecy value: 11 124 735, 21 PLN
Fund value: 6 226 345,90 PLN
Realisation period: 01.02.2017 r. – 31.07.2019 r.

Project has received funding from European Union’s Regional Development fund 

The project is a part of Operational Programme Smart Growth 2014 – 2020 and sectoral programme “INNOMOTO” as a part of Operation 1.2 “Sectoral R&D Programme” implemented by National Centre for Research and Development. 

The aim of this project is to develop, manufacture and introduce an innovative trolleybus with additional battery supply system of facilitated possibility of continuous ride using energy storage. The designed trolleybus will be equipped with telemetric system enabling an operator the control over energy use of the whole fleet and its optimisation through the possibility of changing a vehicle power source to battery at chosen route sections and during high energy demand on grid e.g. traffic peak hours. The implementation of small yet cutting-edge lithium-titanate battery with water cooling helps reaching estates and places where development of trolleybus traction lines is inviable. In city centres new route possibilities will open as it will be possible to enter areas with no trolleybus infrastructure. 
Overall it will help extend commuting routes and boost trolleybus fleets’ as part of promoting green means of transport. The costly development of new traction has been so far the greatest obstacle for the cities against wider application of trolleybus transport. The solutions offered by this project combined and implemented into one vehicle will account for the first such unique system in the world. 
The project assumes the boost of battery power density, the development of predictively controlled comfort air-conditioning system, and making it possible to control the battery from fleet, and not vehicle, level in order to balance power fluctuations. The supply of vehicle from battery will not constrain its performance parameters. Crucial features of this solution will be modularity and scalability which helps custom a battery system. 

Project Manager: Paweł Irzmański

Control algorithm and controller for increasing the efficiency of hybrid PEMFC systems in different applications

Project contractors and partners: Impact Clean Power Technology S. A.
Consortium: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt e. V.(lider Projektu), Zentrum für Sonnenenrgie und Wasserstoff Forschung Baden – Wüttemberg, PowerCell Deutschland GmbH, Politechnika Gdańska, Impact Clean Power Technology S.A.
Contract No: STAIR/6/201, date: 22.12.2016 r.
Project value: 3 340 117, 96 PLN
Compensation: 3 124 873, 72 PLN
Realization: 01.11.2016 r. – 31.10.2019 r.

Project is funded by the National Centre for Research and Development and is part of the II German-Polish Cooperation for Balanced Development “STAIR” competition.

Grant no.: 01LX1601


The project assumes innovative research aimed at facilitating the introduction of fuel cells technology with PEMFC into the market. Through this project, control algorithms, storage of power reserve and device driver for the PEMFC cells system will be developed. Their core feature will be flexibility of the use of the system in different fields (car drive, diffused power station, portable power). With the special solution, a pile of PEMFC cells of any structure will be more effective and would last longer without changing. It would also be used for many different purposes.

The results are directed to new industry of PEMFC cells in European Union countries, Japan and the United States.

Project Manager: Dr Ing. Bartek Kras
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, address: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A



E-bus – battery system module to be applied in public transport, with an option of using cells with different chemical composition, and to be reused in immobile applications.

Project co-financed by the European Structural and Investment Fund Horizon 2020. The project will be completed by the end of 2017. It is carried out by the international consortium ed by KIC InnoEnergy. The aim of this project is to develop an innovative battery system module for electic buses in which three different types of chemical cells can be used, with a unified case and the same supervising electronics. We want to enable choosing the type of chemical cells in the battery to meet operative expectations of our clients, while keeping the case and electronics unchanged.
Available chemical types are: NCM/HC (long lasting), NCM/Ni (low price) and LTO (high power, possibility of fast and frequent recharge).

Name of the beneficiary: Impact Clear Power Technology S.A.
Contract No: 51_2014_IP122_Public Transport Battery System_E-BUS
Project value: 2 543 017 €
Fund value: 1 644 188 €
Realization period: III 2015 – XII 2017
Project Manager: Filip Jankun
Address: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

Developing a unique electronic control unit for electronic and hybrid vehicles.

Name of the beneficiary:  Impact Clean Power Technology S.A.
Contract No: POIG.01.04.00-14-201/12 z dnia 13.12.2012 r.
Project value: 3 180 643,24 PLN
EU Fund value: 2 048 835,44 PLN
Realization period: 01.02.2013 r. – 31.10.2015 r.

Project co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

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The aim of this project is to develop an innovative, global, intelligent, scalable electronic control unit for electriic and hybrid vehicles – Electronic Control Unit with a broad spectrum of use and low costs of production below 100 units. The project requires a universal platform for HEV and EV vehicles at different stages of project development (e.g. through building-in the prototype at the stage of creation or replacing the existing solution), e.g. as a module of function – DCU (Door Control Unit) under the supervision of another on-board computer or a function of a defused-control computer system – DCCS-ECU (Distributed Computer Controlled System-Electronic Control Unit).Also envisaged is the use of ECU computers, designed for PEV cars (Plug-in electric vehicle) and PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) that enables the optimization of energy use as well as increases the capacity and range of travel.
This project includes the stage of industrial and development research, followed by the patent registration and the implementation stage.

Project Manager: dr inż. Bartek Kras,
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, address: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

Questions about an offer:

Vehicle control system – specification

Thermal management of lithium-polymer cells-based battery modules dedicated to green transport

Contractor name: Consortium team: Impact Clean Power Technology S.A., Poland, Kokam, SIHUNG-CITY, Korea, Nanotechnology Center, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Contract number: 3/KORANET/2013 dated 29.01.2013 (signed between The National Centre for Research and Development and Impact Clean Power Technology S.A.)
Total project realisation cost: 156.686 € (236.777,42 PLN in Poland)
Fund value: 145.349 € (189.076,92 PLN through the agency of The National Centre for Research and Development)
Realisation period: 01.01.2013 – 31.12.2014


As a part of this project optimisation works will be performed in the area of advanced thermal management technologies for battery modules based on lithium-polymer cells. In order to achieve high efficiency of product’s technical parameters sophisticated BMS-type management systems as well as distributed small heat pumps are to be applied. Based on thermoelectric cells the pumps are able to perform advanced lithium-polymer cells’ energy and thermal management. The project will enable the new use of lithium-polymer batteries in both green transport applications and renewable energy sources and provide the further development of electric car expansion being currently restrained mainly by low-performance batteries. The results of the project will be commercialised via ICPT S.A. products.

The realisation of the project includes industrial research and development phases, the resulting invention’s patenting, and an introduction stage.

Project manager: dr inż. Bartek Kras,
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, adres: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

Hybrid power supply source for rescue and evacuation support appliances

Contractor: Consortium team: Impact Clean Power Technology S.A., Akademia Marynarki Wojennej (Consortium leader), Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals.
Contract number: DOBR/0061/R/ID2/2012/03 dated 20.12.2012
Project value: 3.910.000 PLN
Fund value:  3.550.000 PLN
Realisation period: 20.12.2012 – 19.06.2015


The aim of the project is to create a mobile demonstrator of a supply system based on batteries charged from alternative energy sources as well as to field-test the possibility of replacing the traditional portable combustion generating set for hybrid power supply system enabling the powering of rescue and evacuation support appliances. The system will comprise portable battery modules of dedicated electric and mechanical constructions enabling their interconnectivity and a mobile module, mechanically and electrically compliant with the portable battery modules, which provides high power performance and system charging from alternative energy sources. It is intended that the device power will reach the level of 100 – 500 W (for portable appliances) and 500 – 2000 W (for mobile appliances), compatible with NATO Research and Technology Organisation’s guidelines of panel 173 works Sensors & Electronics Technology (Fuel Cells and Other Emerging Manportable Power Technologies for NATO Warfighter); the voltages of the device will be compliant with 230 V AC and 12/24 DC standards.

The realisation process includes research and development works. As a part of the project the demonstrator’s field tests will be performed which will help to determine the further course of new power supply sources and energy management systems’ studies for military purposes.

Project manager: inż. Marcin Szczerbaczuk,
Telephone number + 48 227586865, adres: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

INovative COst efficient management system for next generation high voltage BATteries

Project partners: AVL List GmbH, Germany, the Coordinator Ideas&Motion; S.r.I., Italy Fraunhofergesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung E.V, Germany Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria Impact Clean Power Technology S.A., Poland KEMET ELECTRONICS ITALIA SRL, Italy Chemnitzer Werkstoffmechanik GmbH, Germany
Contract numberGrant agreement no. 608988 dated 23.09.2013
Total project realisation cost:2 154 868.53 PLN
Fund value:1 624 468,19 zł
Realisation period:01.10.2013 – 31.12.2016


INCOBAT project is focused on HV battery and its management system. The operation of these components reflects in exploitation costs and an electric vehicle range. Thus, the aim of INCOBAT is to provide an innovative efficient management system for next generation HV battery. Relying on the studies from the previous projects and broadening their scope INCOBAT offers a concept platform to achieve costs and complexity reduction as well as to increase reliability, adaptability, and power performance. AVL-led Consortium includes the following companies: Infineon (Germany, Austria), Ideas&Motion; (Italy), Fraunhofer (Austria, Germany), KEMET (Italy), Impact Clean Power Technology (Poland) and Chemnitzer Werkstoff Mechanik (Germany).

Project manager (ICPT): mgr inż. Sławomir Stankiewicz,
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, adres: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A


Contractor: Impact Clean Power Technology S.A.
Contract number: 07/MSP/T6 dated 21.02.2014
Total project realisation cost: 21 000 PLN
Fund value: 21 000 PLN
Realisaton period: from 01.03.2014 to 01.06.2014 and from 01.09.2014 to 01.12.2014

We hereby inform that from 01.03.2014 to 01.06.2014 r. and from 01.09.2014 to 01.12.2014 Impact Clean Power Technology S.A. participates in „ VI-th edition of TEKLA PLUS – The Capital of Internship” project. The enterprise is aimed at increasing research infrastructure implementation and the human capital of research centres for the purpose of knowledge transfer between academic research institutions and Warsaw’s business. Improving the skills and knowledge via trainings and consultancy it also prepares company workers to introduce innovation. The project has received funding from the European Social Fund.

TAILORed Energy Distributions for Laser WELDing

Contractor consortium team: European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting AISBL (Coordinator), Belgium; Very Important Product Maschinenvertriebs GmbH, Germany; HOLO/OR, Israel; BV Nederlandse Instrumenten Compagnie, Netherlands; Impact Clean Power Technology S.A., Poland; Halitic, Finland; Graham Engineering Limited, UK; LULEA Tekniska Universitet, Sweden; TWI Limited, UK.
Contract number: Grant Agreement 606046 dated 18.11.2013
Total project realisation cost:126 664.72 PLN
Fund value: 35 738.22 PLN
Realisation period: November, 2013 – July, 2016


The TailorWeld project aims at developing and demonstrating an innovative laser welding system, which uses simple and robust diffractive optical elements, to increase the flexibility and simplify the application of laser welding thus removing the key barrier to entry for a large number of SME’s fabricators. Most existing laser systems are fitted with either a standard process head or a 2D galvanometer scanner – both of which deliver a “standard” Gaussian or “top-hat” energy distribution to the work piece. However, this relatively simplistic energy distribution is not directly suitable for many applications and laser welding significance expertise is required in order to develop acceptable process parameters. Laser beam welding with tailored energy distribution produced by galvanometer beam scanner is possible but this technology is not economically attractive. Diffractive optical elements are a robust, simple tool and are capable of producing (virtually) unlimited tailored energy distributions.

Project manager: dr inż. Bartek Kras
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, adres: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

Large capacity energy storage systems cooperating with renewable energy sources

Beneficiary name: Impact Clean Power Technology S.A.
Contract number:GEKON1/O2/213518/37/2015 z dnia 5.03.2015 r
Total project realisation cost: 6 799 639,00 PLN
European Union participation: 5 223 493,00 PLN
Realisation period:from 1.10.2014 r. to 31.09.2016 r.

The prime objective of the project is to initiate the production of two innovative energy storage system groups able to work with renewable energy sources in decentralized generating stations. The first (A) group of storage systems is dedicated to cooperate with big renewable energy sources, whereas the second (B) group enables the storage of energy directly at individual recipients’ facilities (households).

The project’s prime objective will be achieved in research phase which consists of two subphases: industrial research and development and, further, the introduction stage.

The realization of research phase will result in generating technological assumptions and the production of cabinet battery systems’ prototypes for the two target production groups, group A (High power and high capacity systems, above 1MWh) and group B (smaller modular battery systems with power up to 50 kWh), respectively. As a part of the research phase the industrial tests will be conducted which embrace performance, thermal, and mechanical tests of separate cells, modules, and battery cabinets. The development works will be carried out in mechanical, electric, electronic, and software designs of single module and battery cabinet.

The realization of implementation phase will result in the building and equipping of production site (in, among others, production base, assembly line, and quality laboratory) dedicated to the production of the both groups of electric energy storage systems.

The two energy storage systems being the result of the project realisation will be constructed using of lithium-polymer cells. This technology will help to achieve higher density of the stored energy and profoundly lengthen the life of the offered solutions.

Project manager: dr hab. inż. Piotr Biczel,
Telephone number: + 48 22 758 68 65, adres: 05-800 Pruszków, Aleje Jerozolimskie 424A

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