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Storing hydrogen in materials is based on the observation that metals can reversibly absorb hydrogen, however practical application of such a finding is found to be rather challenging especially for vehicular applications. The ideal material should reversibly store a significant amount of hydrogen under moderate conditions of pressures and temperatures. To date, such a material does not exist, and the high expectations of achieving the scientific discovery of a suitable material simultaneously with engineering innovations are out of reach.


EDEN project progress will be presented at the 9th International Symposium “Hydrogen & Energy”


FBK will participate at the Set Plan Conference 2014 contributing with his vision in the energy domain.


ARES unit will host PhD Sylvain Quoilin, researcher at the University of Liege and JRS Petten, for a seminar regarding Development and Applications of Organic Rankine Cycle.


ARES will be at Nanotechitaly 2014 International Conference with the poster entitled "Differential pressure apparatus: an enhancement of classic Sievert instrument"


The CEEM EU project findings addressing eco-energy performance of SMEs in participating regions, including the harmonization of quality and efficiency parameters of the industrial sector through transnational cooperation will be presented during the final closing event in Trieste (Italy)


ARES will attend the Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) Programme Review as EDen Project Coordinator, one of the project under the application area "Hydrogen production and storage".


ARES will be at the italian Energy Summit entitled "Europa Domani - Quale Energia per il futuro?" with an invited presentation about the research activity carried on in FBK in the energy domain, and in particular on distributed energy systems.


ARES will participate at the TRANSNATIONAL LAB and INTERNATIONAL PRESS CONFERENCE in Budapest for the final phase of the CEEM project.


ARES will participate at the Open Innovation Forum in Moscow (Russia) to promote the CSP technology developed inside the project DiGeSPo.