RECYCALYSE, the progress after two years of running
From April 4th to April 5th the RECYCALYSE consortium held its fourth General Assembly in Graz, Austria to analyse and present the work performed during the two years since the project started.
The session was hosted by HycentA. There, all the partners had the opportunity to showcase their main advancements and progress across the different work packages. During the first day, the consortium discussed all the technical contributions revolving around:
High performing catalytic sites
New catalyst supports
Combined catalyst upscaling and fabrication
Electrodes and single cells
After concluding the presentations, HycentA showed the installations to the partners of the consortium where they could see the hydrogen plant including test centers and the electrolyser developed within the project.
On the second day, the topics were aimed to analyse the work and results carried out in the communication, dissemination and exploitation of the initiative as well as the life cycle and circularity assessments.
Finally, the consortium took the opportunity to have several parallel discussions on the upcoming activities and tasks. It was a great experience for all partners to meet face-to-face and keep establishing amazing synergies and collaborations.
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