University of Turin (Project Coordinator)
The Department of Chemistry of the University of Turin is coordinating the project due to high-level expertise in hydrogen storage materials development, characterization and modeling.
ENGIE Lab CRIGEN is the corporate R&D center of the ENGIE Group dedicated to gas and new energies. Regarding hydrogen, it has technological R&D and expertise, process modelling and simulations.
GKN Sinter Metals is the world’s leading producer of precision powder metal components. GKN leads the production and compaction of the material for the low-pressure metal hydride.
Tecnodelta has unique expertise in the field of special fluids, dealing with process issues, construction and commissioning with the highest standards of quality, safety and reliability.
Stühff GmbH is a privately own SME with expertise in planning, constructing and manufacturing plants, apparatus, tanks and pipes of several materials and prepare installations for chemical, pharmaceutical and food applications.
Fondazione Bruno Kessler is a private non-profit research centre. FBK conducts research in multiple areas as IT, Materials and Microsystems, Nuclear Physics, Mathematics. The Applied Research on Energy System Unit has wide competences in energy research, with expertise in hydrogen and concentrated solar power systems.
HZG is active in the research fields of materials and coastal research. In terms of hydrogen technology, HZG focuses on developing polymer anlight metal-based materials and composites, production processes and prototypes.
CNRS is a leading Public Research Institution in Europe hosting the Institut de Chimie et des Matériaux de Paris Est (ICMPE), a research centre involved in chemistry and material science. ICMPE has leading activity in energy materials with a focus on metallic hydrides for energy storage.
Institutt for Energiteknikk, IFE, is an international research institute for energy and nuclear technology. IFE’s mandate is to undertake R&D with the energy, petroleum and nuclear medicine areas, to carry out assignments in the fields of nuclear technology and develop more climate friendly energy systems based on renewable energy sources.
Environment Park S.p.A., scientific technology park for the environment. It was founded in 1996 by Regione Piemonte, Comune di Torino, with the support of the EU. The Park plays a prominent role in transferring advanced solutions and innovative technologies to small and medium sized enterprises. The main activities of ENVPARK are in the field of sustainable building, water treatment, green chemistry, energy and eco-efficient surface tratment.