Technovative Solutions Ltd. wins three new Horizon Europe projects

September 14, 2023 by

We would like to take the pleasure of announcing the win of three Horizon Europe projects!

SEHRENE: Store Electricity and Heat foR climatE Neutral Europe

The SEHRENE project aims to develop a new electrothermal energy storage (ETES) concept designed to store renewable electricity (RE) and heat for restitution as needed.

TVS will develop an online Decision Support System (DSS) platform for optimising the Industrial Waste & Renewable Heat (IWRH) recovery through the Thermal Energy Storage (TES) for the SEHRENE project. The DSS tool will analyse the TES configurations based on requirements and rank them according to techno-economic performance and Life Cycle Analysis (LCA).

SEHRENE project will be funded in response to the call “Sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply- HORIZON-CL5-2023-D3-01-13”: [Funding & tenders (] under the subtopic: Development of novel long-term electricity storage technologies. SEHRENE will be running for 42 months with a total grant of more than 4.3 M Euros.

ALABAMA: Adaptive Laser Beam for Additive Manufacturing.

The ALABAMA project aims to lower the porosity and tailor the deposited material's microstructure by shaping the laser beam, both temporally and spatially, during the Additive Manufacturing process.

Technovative Solutions Ltd will develop the digital product passport and the interoperable data platform for additive manufacturing in the ALABAMA project.

Alabama will be funded in response to the call ‘HORIZON-CL4-2023-TWIN-TRANSITION-01-02’[Funding & tenders (]. The ALABAMA will be running for 48 months with a total grant of 6 M euros.

RESTORE: Sustainable Remanufacturing solution with increased automation and recycled content in laser and plasma-based process

The RESTORE project aims to offer sustainable by-design remanufacturing processes and materials along with supporting tools for the digitalization of the remanufacturing ecosystem.

Technovative Solutions Ltd will develop the digital Remanufacturing Platform, integrate the blockchain framework, develop the Life Cycle Analysis and cost model of remanufacturing, and develop the Digital Product Passport (DPP) framework, Circularity Calculator, and a Digital marketplace for remanufacturing in the RESTORE project.

RESTORE project will be funded in response to the call, ‘HORIZON-CL4-2023-TWIN-TRANSITION-01-04 [Funding & tenders (] under the sub-topic: Factory-level and value chain approaches for remanufacturing (Made in Europe Partnership) (IA)). The RESTORE project will be running for four years with a total budget of more than 6.9 M Euros.

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