HYLANTIC Follow-up Meeting

Fifth follow-up meeting of the European HYLANTIC project “Atlantic Network for Renewable Generation and Supply of Hydrogen to promote high energy efficiency” took place last 29-30 June 2020 remotely due

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A membrane distillation equipment at lab scale was installed at the University of Zaragoza. The equipment comprises a cell that can operate on DCMD and AGMD, a storage tank with

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LUV2Innovate approved for funding

LUV2Innovate project “Innovative systems for the treatment of aqueous currents using photochemical processes with UV-C LEDs”, has been approved for funding by the call RETOS COLABORACIÓN 2019 from the Spanish

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CDTI NEOTEC call launched

CDTI has just launched the NEOTEC call, focused on start-up SMEs. The call offers up to 70% funding grant for projects with a duration of 1 or 2 years to

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Aveiro Urban Challenges

APRIA Systems is proud to announce that our innovative bicycle prototype powered by hydrogen fuel cells was the winner of the challenge “Bicycle power by Hydrogen Fuel Cells” in the

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Facilities closed

After the entry into force of new measures to limit mobility on March 29, where the closure of non-essential economic activities is required, we inform you that our facilities will

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3D printing of face shields

From APRIA Systems we want to contribute to increase the supply of personal protective equipment in the fight against COVID-19. Therefore, we are using our 3D printer to build face

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After the entry into force of Royal Decree 463/2020 by which the State of Alarm was declared on March 14, we faced an exceptional situation. Consequently, we inform you that

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Funds for implementing renewable energies and energy efficiency

Is your company located in Cantabria thinking about incorporating systems to reduce the consumption of electric energy? The Government of Cantabria has launched aids, in the form of a subsidy,

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APRIA Systems attends to the kick-off meeting of the project NewTechAqua

Leading universities and research centers met with key aquaculture business players on 21 and 22 January at the renowned University of Bologna to kick-start a new EU-funded research project: NewTechAqua.

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