As stated by the EIB, the project consists of the Promoter's planned activities in Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) for the period 2023-2024 aiming at maturing technologies and developing new products in the field of: (i) electrical machines, (ii) low- and medium-voltage power electronics, (iii) automation, control, and protection solutions, (iv) submersible hydraulic machines, as well as (v) development of product and analysis technologies for maintenance services carried out in Spain over the period 2023-24.
The project concerns the Promoter's investments in Research, Development, and Innovation (RDI) in the filed electronics for renewable power generation, electrical storage, smart grids, green hydrogen, power transmission and electromobility, carried out primarily in the Promoter's R&D centre located in the technology park of Zamudio (Bilbao, Spain) over the period 2023-2024.
The project aims at developing solutions to support the energy transition for a more sustainable energy generation, transmission, distribution and consumption.
As stated on the company's website, Ingeteam SA works in renewable generation (wind, photovoltaic and hydroelectric), in storage, in the intelligent transport network and in the efficient and clean consumption of electrical energy through our electric vehicle chargers, converters, generators and motors for traction, marine, iron and steel, mining and for the production of green hydrogen and submersible pumps and motors for water.
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