CONDOR consortium consists of partners with complementary background know-how in order to achieve challenging goals of the project. The consortium is led by the University of Bologna. Let us present our consortium partners:
Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bolognawebsite
The University of Bologna is the oldest university in the western world and the second largest university in Italy. It is one of the most active in research and technology transfer and is ranked among the most important institutions of higher education in the EU.
Catalan Institute for Chemical Research, ICIQwebsite
The Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ) is a non-profit research organization. ICIQ’s mission is to perform excellent research at the frontier of knowledge in two main areas: catalysis and renewable energy.
National Research Council of Italywebsite
National Research Council – Institute for Organic Synthesis and Photoreactivity (CNR-ISOF) The Italian National Research Council (CNR) is Italy’s largest public research organization and is structured in 7 Departments and 100 Institutes all across the country, performing R&T development in a wide range of disciplines. The Institute for Organic Synthesis and Photoreactivity (ISOF) belongs to the Department of Chemical Sciences and Materials Technologies and employs over 60 permanent staff people working in photonics, solar energy conversion and advanced materials.
|Utrecht University is a friendly and ambitious university that was founded in 1636 and is at the heart of an ancient city. It is renowned for its innovative interdisciplinary research (ranged in the top 5% worldwide) and its emphasis on excellent education.
University of Ferrarawebsite
The Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (DCPS) is a Research Department of the University of Ferrara, an established mid-sized University founded in 1391 and located in northern Italy, close to the shores of the Po river. The Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences was constituted in 2012, by incorporation of the previous Department of Chemistry with part of the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. A permanent staff of ca. 50 researchers and professors carries out research in various chemistry related disciplines, from organic chemistry, to pharmaceutical technology, to analytical chemistry, to physical chemistry, to electrochemistry, to photochemistry and materials chemistry.
ENGIE develops its business (electricity, natural gas, new energies and services) providing highly efficient and innovative energy and services solutions to residential, commercial and industrial customers. Willing to take a lead within the Energy Transition in Europe, ENGIE is highly involved in the development of sustainable and renewable energies from their production to their uses in cities and territories.
ENGIE Laborelec is a leading expertise and research centre in electrical power technology. Drawing on the skills of 280 highly specialized engineers and technicians, the company is active on the whole electricity value chain and backs a large set of customers in the fields of generation, transmission, distribution, storage and final use, with a particular focus upon the energy transition and the 3 D’s – decentralization, decarbonization and digitalization.
At HyGear, we developed technologies to generate and recycle hydrogen at the end-users’ site. We have been applying these technologies in many different industrial applications over the past decades offering advantages in reliability, cost, and environmental impact.
AMIRES is a consulting and management company for research, development and innovation projects, which provides the necessary strategic and administrative support to high quality international teams to achieve their objectives and facilitates the research-industrial and research-policy making interface. AMIRES s. r. o. is based in the Czech Republic but provides its services all around Europe.
The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hillwebsite
UNC-Chapel Hill is the oldest public university in the USA founded over 200 years ago. Chemistry was a founding department with a celebrated history in research and a particular focus on applications in the energy sector. Presently there are 43 research active faculty that garner over $20 million dollars in external support and publish over 300 papers each year.