Renewable Energy and Processes is a technology-based "spin offof the research group “Nanostructured Surfaces and Materials Engineering” of the Faculty of Chemistry at the Complutense University of Madrid.
Our objective is to provide the thermal electricity generation industry with solutions that increase efficiency and reduce the costs of electricity production, which will help these renewable technologies have a greater participation in the world energy mix and a positive social and environmental impact given the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Solar thermal energy stands out among renewables because, unlike other clean energies, it can generate electricity even when the natural resource is not available, as it is capable of connecting to a thermal storage systemthat accumulates energy as heat in "molten salt" tanks
We have more than 20 years of experience in the areas of molten salts for energy applications, thermal storage, and materials that operate in conditions of extreme corrosion and high temperatures. Our efforts have been especially intense in the last few years and several innovations have been patented.
We have an in-depth understanding of the industry's needs, provide technical assistance, consulting and participating in national and international projects.