20th of March, 9:30-13:30 (registration starts at 9:00).
Institute IMDEA Energy, Parque Tecnológico de Móstoles, Avda. Ramón de la Sagra, 3. 28935 Móstoles (Madrid, Spain)
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HyTechCycling’s project has covered its first 18th months and in order to celebrate it, the HyTechCycling’s consortium would like to invite you to Móstoles (Madrid) the 20th of March, for our second Workshop. The main objective of this Workshop is to present the new technologies in the recycling phase for the fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. Moreover, results from LCAs, information obtained from different members of the FCH lifecycle and general information about the project will be presented.
HyTechCycling envisages the introduction of new technologies and strategies for the phase of recycling and dismantling. For this purpose, it aims to deliver reference documentation and studies, paving the way for future demonstration actions and advances in legislation. Nevertheless, we would like to developed something bigger: a new business model! This is the reason why this workshop will need you. Your inputs and feedbacks will be the basis for the development of this business model, looking for an adaptation to all FCH’s needs and knowledge.
Attendance to the workshop is free. To register, please complete this registration form by Wednesday, 14th of March. In case of any question do not hesitate in send a mail to email@example.com. The workshop will be held in English. More information about the project available in www.hytechcycling.eu
HYTECHCYCLING aims to deliver reference documentation and studies about existing and new recycling and dismantling technologies and strategies applied to Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) technologies, paving the way for future demonstration actions and advances in legislation.
The consortium of HYTECHCYLING is formed by five partners with great expertise in hydrogen, recycling and environment: Aragon Hydrogen Foundation, IMDEA Energy Institute, Environment Park, the University of Ljubljana and the recycling industry partner Industrias López Soriano S.A. This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 700190. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Hydrogen Europe and N.ERGHY.