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29 August 2016

Energy Efficiency and Renewables Workshop in DPCs

On September 15th will be held the Energy Efficiency and Renewables workshop in DPCs. It is organized by IREC with STCSD and ICAEN, in collaboration with the Digital Cluster and CEEE. Opportunities in energy efficiency and integration of renewable energies in the field of IT will be shown in the workshop, focusing on data processing centres (DPCs). The results of RenewIT, a european project led by IREC involving two partners: BSC and AIGUASOL, will be explained during the event, as well as current and exemplary experiences in this field.

The workshop program is available in the following link. The workshop will take place on September 15th from 11:00 to 13:30 h. in the Sala Cotxeres of Palau Robert (Barcelona)

Registration is free and due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is recommended to ensure your participation. Please, fill out and submit the online registration form to assist the workshop.

02 August 2016

IREC is Partner of the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) 2016

IREC is involved as an energy research partner in the Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC), the largest international event, dedicated to the Industrial Internet which attracts over 8,000 attendees from around the world. The IoTSWC will be held in Barcelona from October 25th to 27th, with Energy & Utilities Highlights agenda and a program structured in six parallel sessions, keynotes, brokerage events and an area designated to start-up companies dedicated to innovation within the Industrial Internet. Combining the best of two worlds; The factory of the future, Repair intelligence, and Security in industrial cloud hosting; The Internet of Energy; Innovative applications of Artificial Intelligence in automotive maintenance, Lab-In-A-Box: A Diagnostic Device for the Internet of You; and Big Data solutions for decreasing traffic fatalities. IoTSWC will also include an exhibition area that will feature not only companies and their latest innovations but also a testbeds area with real-life applications of these solutions.

For more information, download the Press Release and visit the website IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC)

26 July 2016

Presentation of the RIS3CAT Community

Last Monday, 25th July, were presented the first RIS3CAT five Communities approved by ACCIO: “INNOAPAT: Comunitat per una “Cadena Alimentària Sana, Segura i Sostenible”; “NEXTHEALTH: Comunitat de solucions multidisciplinàries per als propers reptes de salut”; “MOBILITAT ECO: Comunitat de mobilitat de baixes emissions”; “TEC-SALUT: Comunitat per una tecnologia aplicada a la salut” i “ENERGIA: Comunitat de energia”.

The RIS3CAT energy community, Coordinated by IREC, involve the participation of 45 organizations and the collaboration with 90 entities of the quadruple helix. Its main objectives are to make Catalonia as a centre of knowledge and innovation in energy, promoting the implementation of renewable energy sources, management improvement and boost a more efficient smart grid.

For more information, download the Press Release.

Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) of the European Union in the framework of the ERDF 2014-2020 Operational Program.


25 July 2016

Kickoff meeting of the H2020 Cell3Ditor Project coordinated by IREC

The Nanoionics and Fuel Cells Group of IREC coordinates the H2020 European project “Cost-effective and flexible 3D printed Solid Oxide Fuel Cells stacks for commercial applications- Cell3Ditor” within the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. The main goal of the Cell3Ditor project is to develop a 3D printing technology for the industrial production of multilayer multimaterial ceramic devices such as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells. The project will cover research and innovation in all the stages of the industrial value chain: inks formulation, 3D printer development, ceramics consolidation and system integration. The 3D printed power devices will show unfair advantages compared to conventionally manufactured systems including joint-less devices and cost-effective and simplified manufacturing processes.

The project is product-driven and involves five SMEs from five different EU countries (Promethean Particles -UK, 3DCeram -France, FAE -Spain, SAAN EnerGI -Sweden and HyGeAR -The Nederlands) and three research groups: IREC and ULL in Spain and DTU in Denmark.