WHO IS WHO
The Laboratory of Physics of Fluids belongs to the Department of Mathematics and Fluids Physics of the National University of Distance Education, and has as main lines of research combustion research, fuel cells and aerosols.
The objective is to raise awareness of the energy challenges faced by the land, aerospace and naval industry, and how new technologies, based on hydrogen and fuel cells, can respond to these challenges within the framework of a sustainable development. Efforts in research and innovation, as well as in technological development, are still necessary for its introduction into the market in a competitive manner.
It is a technology-based SME that was born at the beginning of 2017 with the aim of making a series of highly innovative products and services available to the Market. In JALVASUB Engineering SL we want to contribute to the improvement of the current Society, providing possible highly innovative solutions with the objectives of achieving on the one hand increasingly secure Societies, and on the other, to achieve Energy companies increasingly cleaner and more efficient.
Created by the Regional Government of the Community of Madrid in order to promote and carry out R & D activities related to energy, with a special emphasis on the issues that concern renewable energies and clean energy technologies. The ultimate goal is to obtain high-level scientific and technological results that contribute to the development of a sustainable energy system.
Instituto IMDEA Energía
Avda. Ramón de la Sagra, 3
Parque Tecnológico de Móstoles
E-28935 Móstoles, Madrid
Teléfono: (+34) 91 737 11 20
Fax: (+34) 91 737 11 40
Its objectives are to enhance the Competitiveness and Industrial Development of companies in the Transport and Energy sectors and encourage the use of technology, design and manufacture of new products as well as the development of advanced programs for the improvement of the entire process industrial. They research and develop technologies for the production of clean hydrogen and its subsequent application in transport and building. They have experimental facilities, tools and theoretical models for research in hydrogen technologies.
The CIEMAT Fuel Cells and Systems Integration Unit focuses on the development and application of solid oxide (SOFC) and polymer electrolyte (PEMFC) fuel cells, through the study of basic aspects of electrocatalysis and electrochemical conversion of energy; the search for new materials for components, with special attention to the electrocatalyst; the design and construction of prototypes with incorporation of the developed components; and the integration of hydrogen and fuel cells in systems for energy conversion.
Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT)
Avenida Complutense 40
Dr. Tomás González Ayuso
Tfno: +34 91 346 61 48
It is a company founded in 2016 in Spain and the USA. UU dedicated to Innovation, Design, Engineering, Manufacturing, Integration, Financing and O & M for modular systems of hydrogen production, using water electrolysis. It is integrated by a qualified team with an experience of two decades of intensive work in Hydrogen, from the companies of Hydrogen and batteries of fuel of Abengoa; the European Hydrogen Association (EHA); the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2); the Spanish Association of Fuel Cells (Appice); the Spanish Technological Platform of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (PTE-HPC); Credit Agricole CIB and Lloyds investment banking, Debt Capital Markets in BBVA Corporate & Investment banking and Natixis Corporate and Investment Bank, in the Global Markets sector, among others.
It is a fuel cell engineering business built on 30 years of PEM fuel cell development. After the acquisition by Meditor Energy, part of the Meditor Group, in October 2017, it is now going through a period of greater investment and expansion of its product offering. The company focuses on the development and commercialization of its PEM fuel cell technologies for a variety of markets including automobiles, stationary power and unmanned aerial vehicles. It is based in the United Kingdom, with additional operations in the US. UU., Japan, India and China.
Over the years, the development of applications and industries that use FSEC’s research results has been a primary objective. There have been many cases in which research work and active participation of staff have led to the development of new national technology standards and manufacturing opportunities. Another important aspect of FSEC’s industry development work has been the active creation of intellectual property through patents. Center staff members have received more than 40 patents, more than any other unit at the University of Central Florida.