HYLANTIC project organized the kick off meeting on the 05 December in Santander (Spain)
Atlantic Network for renewable generation and supply of hydrogen to promote high energy efficiency
The HYLANTIC project organized the kick off meeting on the 05 December in Santander (Spain). The main objective of this project is to promote renewable energy competitiveness in the Atlantic Area by integration of the hydrogen energy market through the development of new and advance systems to supply strategic sectores along the Atlantic coast and developing a world leading position in the field of energy efficiency through the use of renewable energy.
The project is led by University of Cantabria and Coordinated (Dep. Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering) and the partnership involves 11 organizations from the five Atlantic Area countries and 15 associated partners, including Public administration, clusters, platforms, partnerships for regional development, policy makers, end users and stakeholders which will collaborate on technical activities, and transfer and dissemination of results.
HYLANTIC is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the INTERREG Atlantic Area Programme with a budget of 2,5 million euros and a period of 3 years between 2017-2020.
Published on: 2017-12-11
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