VULKANO-project partners met at the First Steering Committee

02/10/2017 by cidaut

The first Steering Committee of VULKANO project was held in Zaragoza from the 14th to the 15th of December 2016. Representatives of all the 12 different companies and research centres that make up the VULKANO consortium attended the two-day meeting.

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The first day, the state of progress of the activities after the first months of implementation was reviewed. As Task leader, CIDAUT presented the preliminary results obtained in the feasibility assessment of natural gas substitution by alternative fuels (Co-firing)

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VULKANO Project is getting started

09/20/2016 by cidaut

The VULKANO consortium met in Brussels last July 12-13th to kick-off the project. All partners introduced their companies to the EC Project Officer, highlighting their respective role in the project (BOSIO, FIVES STEIN, CSM, PCM Products, VALJI, TECNALIA, IEN, TORRECID, FRAUNHOFER, ASAŞ, CIDAUT and CIRCE as coordinator). It was also possible to have with us the Executive Director of SPIRE (Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency) Public Private Partnership.

This EC-funded project aims to provide solutions for a more efficient and sustainable European industry. In particular, the project’s efforts will be focused on Energy Intensive

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CIDAUT will be at the World Manufacturing Forum in May

04/08/2016 by cidaut

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Source http://www.worldmanufacturingforum.org/

The World Manufacturing Forum (which is an event funded by the European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020) will take place in Barcelona on 3-4 May. This year’s edition is titled From Global Challenges to Grand Manufacturing Opportunities: Leading towards Growth and Sustainability. At CIDAUT we believe this is a great chance to speak about projects, ideas and challenges to come with partners and customers, enlarging out networks and enriching the experience with fruitful conversations

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