On June 11, 2023, our entity coordinator Danish Technological Institute (DTI) attended the Euro Nano Forum 2023 in Lund, Sweden.
There, Simon Pitscheider, Senior Specialist Materials and his team participated in the booth where they engaged with a wide variety of stakeholders and exchange fruitful conversations and ideas revolving around the importance of non-battery-based energy storage solutions based on hydrogen.
Furthermore, they had the opportunity to showcase the new RECYCALYSE roll-up containing some of the results achieved within the initiative as well as some promotional materials to promote and showcase the project.
The Euro Nano Forum was held every second year and brought together industry, academia, policymakers, and other stakeholders to discuss nanotechnology advancements in an open forum. The conference had a strong track record and attracted an interested audience. The conference focused on identifying policy options and priorities, planning future actions, and discussing topics such as advanced materials, innovation, sustainability, circular economy, and fossil-free energy.
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