Consortium Members

The consortium has been planned according to principles of scientific, technical and operative complementarity and self-consistency. The consortium covers all the R&D aspects: from basic research on advanced materials and their properties to applied research on innovative devices for technology transfer to industry, from small enterprises to industrial exploitation. The coordinator along with the participants collectively constitutes an experienced consortium capable of achieving the RESSEEPE project objectives. The multidisciplinary consortium has been configured with a well-balanced share of consortium from different backgrounds.

The consortium comprises 25 partners in 10 different countries: United Kingdom, Spain, Austria, France, Italy, Greece, Germany, Switzerland, Slovenia and Sweden.

IES Integrated Environmental Solutions Limited United Kingdom
OHL Obrascon Huarte Lain Spain
TECNALIA Fundacion Tecnalia Research & Innovation Spain
CENTRE CIM Centre CIM Fundacio Privada Spain
TU WIEN Technische Universitaet Wien Austria
NOBATEK Nobatek France
CONSORZIO INTERUNIVE Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionalie per la Scienza e Tecnologia dei Materiali Italy
UNIVERSITAT POLITECN Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya Spain
SEPAREX Separex SAS France
VERTECH Vertech Group SARL France
CSPT Corporacio Sanitaria Parc Tauli de Sabadell Spain
APINTECH Applied Industrial Technologies Ltd Greece
LEITAT Acondicionamiento Tarrasense Associacion Spain
EXERGY Exergy Ltd United Kingdom
EURECAT Fundacio Eurecat Spain
PCM PRODUC Phase Change Material Products Ltd United Kingdom
EMPA Eidgenoessische Materialpruefungs und Forchungsanstalt Switzerland
LOGIREP Societe Anonyme D'Habitations a Loyer Modere Logement
et Gestion Immobiliere pour La Region Parisienne
ZVKDS IPCH Javni Zavod Republike Slovenije Za Varstvo Kulturne Dediscine Slovenia
INCURVO Incurvo S.L.U Spain
COVENTRY UNIVERSITY Coventry University United Kingdom
CST Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa Spain
SKELLEFTEA KOMMUN Skelleftea Kommun Sweden
GRUPO PUMA Grupo Puma Spain

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under Grant Agreement no: 609377