The H2Heat project is implemented by an eleven-organisation consortium led by Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands (PLOCAN).

In our journey to redefine energy solutions and embrace a greener future, we’re proud to introduce you to the remarkable organisations that drive the H2Heat project. These esteemed partners bring expertise, innovation, and commitment to our shared mission.

PLOCAN: Pioneering Marine Research and Technology

The result of a dynamic collaboration between the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (MINECO) and the Regional Government of Canary Islands, stands as a research infrastructure dedicated to marine science and technology. With a prolific participation in over 60 European projects, PLOCAN brings invaluable experience in multi-use approaches, offshore energy, aquaculture, and climate action.

Stargate Hydrogen: Empowering Green Hydrogen and Beyond.

Headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, Stargate Hydrogen is at the forefront of next-generation green hydrogen production solutions. Armed with a pioneering spirit, StarGate is revolutionising efficiency with novel ceramics-based electrode materials. These materials promise both high efficiency and cost-effectiveness, eliminating the need for precious metals and paving the way for sustainable hydrogen solutions.

2G Solutions AG: Powering Decentralised Energy Generation

A prominent player in the global energy landscape, specialises in combined heat and power (CHP) systems. With a wide range of applications spanning from 20 to 4,500 kW, 2G Energy AG’s expertise in decentralised energy production is a key asset in the H2Heat project. Their advanced systems contribute to efficient energy solutions with a substantial impact.

EMEC: Pioneering Marine Energy and Green Hydrogen

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) stands as a trailblazer in testing wave and tidal energy converters, as well as advancing green hydrogen production. With a robust facility and expertise, EMEC’s contribution to the project is paramount in driving forward sustainable marine energy solutions.

ICoRSA: Elevating Research and Innovation Collaboration

A dedicated umbrella organisation, represents researchers and research staff associations, driving the interests of early-stage to senior researchers. Their expertise in research practices, dissemination, and communication makes them a formidable partner in ensuring H2Heat’s impact resonates across the research landscape.

D&C, QH engagement, WP7 LEADER
ESTEYCO: Elevating Wind Energy Possibilities

Synonymous with innovation in wind energy. The creators of a groundbreaking 5MW prototype that slashes the cost of wind energy, ESTEYCO is now in the spotlight for the WHEEL prototype – a 6MW floating innovation funded by the European Commission. With a commitment to lowering carbon footprints and increasing renewable energy efficacy, ESTEYCO’s contributions resonate in the Canary Islands and beyond.

NeoDyne Ltd.: Shaping Electrical and Automation Excellence

Established in 1998 in Ireland, is a powerhouse in control and electrical engineering solutions. Boasting a team of over 90 experts, NeoDyne is a trailblazer in PLC, SCADA, safety systems, and more. With a remarkable track record in various sectors, including gas turbines, power management, and cogeneration, NeoDyne’s contributions bolster the project’s industrial aspects.

RES EMS design, control panels , PLCs, Design of Grid connection
CMC: Nurturing Marine Maritime Sector Advancement

As a non-profit association focused on enhancing the Marine Maritime Sector of the Canary Islands, CMC plays a crucial role in stakeholder engagement and exploitation activities. By fostering integration, sustainability, and growth within the maritime industry, CMC aligns with H2Heat’s vision of propelling sustainable progress.

Organise Local QH, Public engagement events
SCS Canary Health Service: Aiming for Ecological Transformation

With a commitment to ecological transition in the health sector, the SCS Canary Health Service sets its sights on a net emissions reduction strategy. Their objectives of zero emissions, sectoral leadership, and transversal measures perfectly resonate with H2Heat’s overarching goals, solidifying their partnership as a catalyst for change.

Permits, Hospital Quality Assurance
GobCan (ACIISI): Orchestrating the Blue Economy Strategy

The Agencia Canaria de Investigación, Innovación y Sociedad de la Información of the Regional Government of the Canary islands, is the regional body in charge of the support of the research and innovation in the Canary Islands. GOBCAN ACIISI works hand in hand with Regional Universities, public research centres, companies and social organisation (professional associations, NGO´s, clusters..) that perform research and innovation actions. The Agency is also in charge of funding and implementing directly research and innovation policies and actions with the quadruple helix  regional ecosystem,  among others is the responsible organisation for the implementation of the Regional Smart Specialisation Strategy (RIS 3) and spearheads the development of the Blue economy strategy.

Gran Canaria Municipal Engagement, Event Organisation, Permits
SPLP Lviv Polytechnic National University: Advancing Tangible Technological Solutions

Lviv Polytechnic National University brings a wealth of expertise to the table, focusing on tangible technological outcomes. From solid polymer electrolyte electrolyzers to hydrogen purification systems, SPLP is dedicated to practical, impactful innovations that elevate the field of hydrogen technology.

PEM System, Integration, WP5 Business Model

Each partner in the H2Heat project contributes a unique perspective, expertise, and determination to drive innovation, sustainability, and progress. Together, we embark on a journey that seeks to revolutionise energy solutions and pave the way for a more sustainable future. Stay tuned as we work hand in hand to make a lasting impact on the world around us.

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