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El consorcio ECO-SMART BATT presenta los avances conseguidos en la fabricación 4.0 sostenible de nanocompuestos e ionogeles en baterías ion-litio de alta densidad energética

Next Monday 3 October, ECO-SMART BATT consortium is organizing a webinar at 10:00h to present the progress made so far in the implementation of the ECO-SMART BATT project. The project is investigating the sustainable 4.0 manufacturing of nanocomposites and ionogels for high energy density and lower cost batteries, which will boost the electrification of the mobility sector. You can see the agenda of the event here.  Registration...

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During this 4-year project, GIGAGREEN consortium will drive the next wave of electrode and cell component processing techniques of the 3b generation Li-ion cell manufacturing industry.

CETIM, as a technological partner, will develop a Digital Twin of the new battery manufacturing processes and, in addition, will participate in the development of a digital data platform.

GIGAGREEN is a Horizon Europe project recently granted by the European Commission and comprised by an international consortium of 16 partners.

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CETIM Technological Center is one of the 62 leading companies in different sectors that collaborate with the PERTE “Future: Fast Forward (F3)” to turn Spain into the hub of the electric vehicle in Europe. It is the largest business grouping in the history of the automotive industry in Spain, led by the Volkswagen Group and SEAT S.A. We talked to Marta Iglesias, head of Environmental Innovation and Materials in the SEAT R&D area, about the challenges to be faced in the coming years, the RELOAD project in which CETIM is participating, as well as other R&D collaborations already underway such as ECLIPSE.

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CETIM will be present at the Galicia Biodays, whose first edition will be held in A Coruña on 22 and 23 September.

The Forum, organized by the Life Sciences Technological and Business Cluster (BIOGA), aims to be a reference in the meeting of agents of the biotechnology and life sciences industry of the European Atlantic Area.

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The VALORIX project, led by ACTTIA MEDIOAMBIENTAL, is developing an environmentally sustainable and economically viable technology to improve landfill management.

VALORIX technology will allow ACTTIA MEDIOAMBIENTAL to recover magnesium and phosphate from landfill leachate and reduce the environmental impact associated with them.

CETIM collaborate in the project by coordinating the R&D laboratory-scale magnesium and phosphate recovery works. We also support the validation of the VALORIX technology and its technical, economic and environmental evaluation.

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The ECLIPSE consortium, formed by ACTECO, PICVISA, REPSOL, CELLMAT TECHNOLOGIES, GRUPO COPO, SYNTHESIA, SEAT and TÉCNICAS REUNIDAS (leader), is researching new technological routes for recycling of complex plastics, to reduce the use of natural resources and the pollution generated by waste.

CETIM, as well as scientific coordinator of the project, are developing research for the advanced classification of complex plastics and proofs of concept of disruptive recycling technologies.

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Next Thursday, June 16 at 8:30 a.m., the entities that are members of the consortium of the project "SMART4SLATE: Holistic approach for an intelligent and sustainable production 4.0 of natural slate", will organize an online public presentation event to publicize the main objectives of the same. ...

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CETIM colabora con el proyecto “Future: Fast Forward” para convertir a España en un hub del vehículo eléctrico en Europa

Led by the Volkswagen Group and SEAT S.A., the project is made up of 62 companies, 61% of them SMEs, from 11 autonomous communities.

It’s the largest business grouping in the history of the automotive industry in Spain.

CETIM and its partner ENSO INNOVATION will analyze different technologies for the recovery of high-value metals from used automotive components within the framework of one of the primary projects of PERTE VEC F3, called RELOAD.

The aim of this research, led from Galicia, is to reduce dependence on imports of high-value materials and to promote a sustainable, circular industrial model with a smaller environmental footprint.

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