MATS Project

Partners

ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Sustainable Economic Development - (Italy)
Organization Profile:
ENEA, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Sustainable Economic Development is a public undertaking operating in the fields of energy, the environment and new technologies to support competitiveness and sustainable development. Nearly half of ENEA's approximately 3200 employees are researchers and engineers operating in ten research centres located across Italy. Among others ENEA's fields of activities are: Renewable and clean energies; New fuels; Higher energy efficiency ; Development of environmentally-friendly products and processes; Waste cycle, water treatment, and CO2capture.

Roles in MATS project:
ENEA will be responsible for the project coordination. Beyond that ENEA will be actively involved in all technical project activities, as pointed out in the MATS work plan.

Suitability and commitment:
The Solar Thermodynamic team in ENEA has an experience of more than 10 years in both national and international co-operative RTD projects concerning the application of solar radiation in CSP systems for heat and power production, including materials research, techno-economic system analyses, feasibility and market studies, engineering, plant operation simulation and performance prediction, plant construction, and solar field design. This suitability is well demonstrated by the management of projects at the pilot scale in the ENEA-Casaccia research centre with the 100 meters long trough test plant and the MO.S.E. (Molten Salts experiments) facility, and with the 5 MWe plant built in Sicily for the Archimede Project.

Key personnel
Ing. Fabrizio Fabrizi will coordinate the project. He received academic degrees at the University of Rome in Nuclear Engineering (Rome, 1976). From 1979: ENEA C.R. Casaccia, Rome: Researcher in industrial Thermal-hydraulics; Head of "Industrial Thermal-hydraulics" Laboratory (1984); Director of "Industrial Plant Technologies" Division (1991); Director of "Environmental Services" Sector (1993); Special charge of General Manager of public company (Consorzio NA3) for MSW disposal in landfill (1996); Head of Experimental Facility Engineering for the Solar Thermodynamic Project (2001). Head of the Thermodynamic Solar Laboratory (2010). Project Management for a lot of R&D programmes focused to the analysis of industrial plants technologies and to the experimental qualification of innovative or advanced technologies for processes and equipments. Expert in thermal-fluid-dynamics, thermo-mechanics, energy and environmental plants engineering. The scientific production includes over 60 articles and conference papers and 2 patents.
Dr. Ing. Alberto Giaconia received academic degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Palermo in 2000 and Ph.D. degree in 2005 on Chemical and New Materials Technology. From 2004 he is permanent researcher at ENEA working in the solar-thermal chemistry and engineering within the UTRINN technical unit.
Dr. Marco Carulli currently supports the project presentation on the behalf of ENEA from the Brussels Unit. He has a Master of Arts obtained at the College of Europe (2002) and a University degree in International and Diplomatic Sciences (1999). In his current duties, he is managing the financial aspects of the ODLES project (STREP under the 6th FP) and supporting the ENEA centres in submitting project proposals under the FP7 and ERDF funds. His past experience relates to projects funded by the FP7, Erasmus Mundus, Leonardo Cross Border Adriatic programmes and private sources.

TECNIMONT KT S.p.A. (Italy)
Organization Profile:
TECNIMONT KT S.p.A. (Rome-Italy) is an international process engineering company, with over 35 years' experience in designing and implementing plants for the chemical, petrochemical and refining industries. The development and continual updating of in-house technologies, and a nucleus of process specialists with consolidated international experience acquired in over 500 projects, make TECNIMONT KT a technological world leader.
TECNIMONT KT's core competences include:
  • processing, both at well-head and in refinery, with special technologies for the sulphur recovery cycle
  • hydrogen and syngas production
  • refining, petrochemical and chemical units
  • high temperature technologies (process furnaces, chemical reactors and incinerators)
  • environmental engineering
  • Infrastructures
  • plant operation and maintenance
Roles in MATS project:
As main contractor of the project, TECNIMONT KT will be involved in engineering, procurement and plant costruction. TECNIMONT KT will follow engineering of all the equipments/materials realizing the detail engineering for plant critical parts, and will supervise the whole plant assembling.

Suitability and commitment:
The Solar Thermodynamic team in ENEA has an experience of more than 10 years in both national and international co-operative RTD projects concerning the application of solar radiation in CSP systems for heat and power production, including materials research, techno-economic system analyses, feasibility and market studies, engineering, plant operation simulation and performance prediction, plant construction, and solar field design. This suitability is well demonstrated by the management of projects at the pilot scale in the ENEA-Casaccia research centre with the 100 meters long trough test plant and the MO.S.E. (Molten Salts experiments) facility, and with the 5 MWe plant built in Sicily for the Archimede Project.

Key personnel
Mr. Gaetano Iaquaniello, TECNIMONT KT Vice President Technology and Business Development, has more than 40 years in designing and operation of chemical plants particularly in syngas manufacturing unit, previously was the technical director. He received his MS in C.E. from University of Rome in 1975, is doctor of the UER de Sciences-University of Limoges in 1984 and got a MS in Management from the London Business School in 1997. Specialization: Gas, chemical and environmental process design and operation, sales support and businesses definition, project execution and management.
Dott. Erika Lollobattista (Project Engineer)
Ing. Alessia Mangiapane (Project Coordinator)

ASRT - Academy of Scientific Research and Technology - (Egypt)
Organization Profile:
The Egyptian Academy of Science, non profit organization, provides a public service by ensuring independent, unbiased assessments of the sciences and by representing the sciences both within Egypt and internationally. Its mission is to provide a source of credible, independent, expert assessments on the sciences underlying pressing issues and matters of public interest and to provide a voice for Egypt on behalf of the sciences, both nationally and internationally. The ASRT is the executive arm of the Egyptian Ministry of Scientific Research with respect to the design and implementation of Research programs. It also manages a number of projects funded by foreign agencies (USA, Sweden, France, European commission) in addition to funding a number of research projects through national (Egyptian) programs.

Roles in MATS project:
ASRT will be responsible for the project coordination of Egyptian partners (variuos Universities, Governative Bodies, Ministries). ASRT will manage the experimental operation of MATS facility. Beyond that ASRT will be actively involved in all technical project activities, as pointed out in the MATS work plan.

Suitability and commitment:
Member of the study group organized by EASAC (the European Academies Science Advisory Council), that provides scientific advice to Europe's policy makers on the potential opportunities for collaboration on the science and implementation of Concentrating Solar Power.

Key personnel
Prof. Amin rceieved his B.Sc. from Helwn University, Egypt in 1978. Since 1978 he has been emplyed by Helwan University. He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from New Mexico State University, USA, in 1982 and 1986, respectively. He joined Balcones Energy Research Center, the Universtity of Texas at Austin as post doctorate research associate. He also worked as visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Technolgy, Saudi Arabia from 1993 to 1999. In 2000 he was appointed as a full professor at Helwan University. He has been the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University since 2005. He participated and managed many national and multinational funded projects. These projects are in the areas of energy optimization, renewable energy, and educational developments. He is currently coordinating a solar desalination projects and green solid wastes disposal. Dr. M. H. Ahmed received his B.Sc., M.SC., and PH.D. From Cairo University, 1990, 1997, and 2003, respectively. From 1991 till March 2012 he has been employed by National Research Centre, Solar Energy Department, Cairo, Egypt. He participates in several research projects relating to design calculations, feasibility study, installation, and maintenance supervision of solar energy projects. He got training in different institutes in all of Germany Italy, China on the Thermal Application of Solar Energy. He work in modeling for some components of the CSP plant.

Professor Khalil is a professor in Mechanical Power Engineering Department at Cairo University, Egypt. He also worked as a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Nuclear Research Center at Karlsruhe (Germany), American University in Cairo- Egypt, and Head of Mechanical Engineering Department U.A.E University, U.A.E. Prof. Khalil received his Ph. D degree in Mechanical Engineering, from the University of Wisconsin, Madison-Wisconsin, M.Sc. and B.Sc. Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Cairo University. Prof. Khalil is a professor of heat transfer, refrigeration and Air conditioning.

M. Sabry A. Abdel-Mottaleb received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ain Shams University, Cairo, and his Dr.rer.nat. degree from Friedrisch Schiller University, Jena, Germany. Since 1973, Sabry Abdel-Mottaleb has supervised over 70 research students that led to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees being awarded in spectroscopy, material (nano) sciences, applied photochem, and environmental photochem including photocatalysis, drug photostabilities, and chemical solar cells and solar chemistry.

Prof. Abdel Hamid has a good experience with Energy research projects funded nationally and/or internationally. Some of these projects are: He Development of the first hybrid renewable(wind and PV) energy system in Sinai: project funded by USAID coded ULP230 in collaboration with Davis University in California, USA- already completed and delivered.
He is the PI of RDI project (S2/J8/35) to develop the first PV tracking system made in Egypt- already completed and delivered in Dec. 2009. Prof. Abdel-Hamid has a preliminary acceptance of another national wind energy project for " Wind farms siting in Egypt based on a GIS-GSS".

NREA - INew & Renewable Energy Authority, NREA - (Egypt))
Organization Profile:
NREA was established to act as the national focal point for expanding efforts to develop and introduce renewable energy technologies to Egypt on a commercial scale together with implementation of related energy conservation programs. NREA is entrusted to plan and implement renewable energy programs in coordination with other concerned national and international institutions within the framework of its mandate, which includes: - Renewable energy resource assessment. - Research, development, demonstration, testing and evaluation of the different RE technologies focusing on solar, wind and biomass. - Implementation of renewable energy projects. - Proposing the Egyptian standard specifications for renewable energy equipment & systems, and conducting tests to evaluate their performance, under the Egyptian prevailing conditions, hence issuing respective licensing certificates to that effect. - Rendering of consultancy services in the field of renewable energy. - Technology transfer and development of local manufacturing of Renewable Energy equipment. - Education, training and information dissemination.
Roles in MATS project:
NREA will cooperate in the environmental management of the facility, also evaluating its impact. It will cooperate in all authoritative practices that will necessary. Beyond that NREA will be actively involved in all technical project activities, as pointed out in the MATS work plan.

Suitability and commitment:
NREA was established to act as the national agency for expanding efforts to develop and introduce renewable energy technologies to Egypt on a commercial scale together with implementation of related energy conservation programs

Key personnel
Engineer Fekry received his B.Sc. from Helwn University, Egypt in 1984. Since 1987 he has been employed by NREA. He has a experience in the field of renewable energy specially in the solar energy, conducting several projects in this field starting from Solar Water Heaters, ending with CSP projects. Engineer Fekry conducting a training program on O&M of the Solar Electricity Generation System, 5X30 Mw Solar thermal Power Plants for 2 months, and training program on "Senior Executive program" carry out by Harvard Business School. Engineer Fekry has been responsible about the 140 Mw Integrated Solar Combined Cycle Power Plant at Kuraymat (ISCC-Kuraymat), he was the project director for developing the project , preparing the tender documents, evaluate the offers, until singing the contract. His position now in NREA is the Head of Studies & Research Sector in charge of the Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) File, Site selection, Planning over medium and long terms and Preparing the projects proposals, Primary feasibility studies for the projects to be presented to the financiers. Engineer Fekry is a team Member representing Egypt in the related activities under MSP including the participation in the Meetings, workshops & conferences as well as preparing the documents.

Delft Environment (Egypt)
Organization Profile:
DE is a well-established independent practice of International Consultants providing Project Management, Technical Water and Environmental Consultations, Designs service and Capacity Building & Public awareness. The Practice undertakes feasibility studies, surveys, design and construction monitoring, specialist reports, advisory services including expert evidence for Water Management Strategies (WMS) and Training workshops & Seminars. A variety of services are provided including project management, surveys, design, construction supervision and monitoring and litigation services.
Roles in MATS project:
DE will cooperate in the site characterization for desalination topic and will assure data for the design and operation of MED DU. Beyond that DE will be actively involved in all technical project activities, as pointed out in the MATS work plan. Suitability and commitment:
Expertise on desalinating activities in Egyptian regions.

Key personnel
Dr. Eng. M S Moussa is a senior environmental consultant in water technology at DE, Senior Lecturer at the civil engineering department, Faculty of Engineering Mataria, Helwan University, Egypt and a guest lecturer in the field of industrial water management at the UNESCO-IHE Institute, Delft, The Netherlands. Dr. M. S. Moussa holds a Ph.D. in Sanitary Engineering from TU Delft University, and is experience from water supply and sanitation and Desalination systems Design, Modelling and Optimization. He also has Coordinating skills, and has been managing a three years TEMPUS project at Helwan University. He has been also involved in many R&D projects on water and wastewater management in Egypt and the Mediterranean area. Eng. Tarek Waly received his MSc in sanitary engineering in 2004 from the UNESCO-IHE and is expecting to receive his Ph.D. from TU Delft University in 2010. He is a Desalination and Water Treatment sector manager at DE. He conducted feasibility studies for water treatment, seawater and desalination projects, Integrating renewable energy in water application (Solar & Wind) projects. He conducted several projects on optimization of Seawater Reverse Osmosis desalination plant systems in Egypt and in the Middle East region. He is specialist in the conceptual design, tender documents preparation, Cost analysis and process optimization for Desalination, Water and Wastewater Treatment designed projects. Dr. Eng. Sonia A. F. Salem is a Senior consultant in wastewater technology at DE consultancy. Dr. Salem finished her Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering in 2005 at TU Delft University, The Netherlands. She is an International Coordinator and Instructor for UNEP/GPA (United Nations Environment Programme/The Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Landbased Activities) and for the Regional Activity Centre for Cleaner Production (RAC/CP). Dr. Salem has been involved in many projects on cleaner production and improvement of water quality management in the Mediterranean region, with a special focus to Egypt. Dr. Mostafa M. Abdalla received his BSc in aerospace engineering from Cairo University in 1997, his MSc in 2000 and his Ph.D. from Delft University of Technology in 2004 where he currently works as an assistant professor. His activities with Delft Environment focus on renewable energy and its applications to the water and wastewater sector.

Fraunhofer-Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE (Germany)
Organization Profile:
The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE is Europe's largest solar energy research institution and part of the Fraunhofer society, Germany's organization of applied research and development. The institute collaborates in numerous national and international projects, especially numerous European R&D projects, the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme and the Solar Paces Programme, e.g. IEA Task 10 on Solar Materials, Task 18 on Advanced Glazings, Task 27 on Performance Assessment of Solar Building Envelope Components and the IEA Absorber Materials Durability Testing Group.
Roles in MATS project:
Fraunhofer ISE will be involved in the various experimental and simulation activities of the MATS project. The main components of interest are the solar field, the power block, the thermal energy storage/steam generator and the desalination unit. Also the overall system integration and optimization will be addressed.

Suitability and commitment:
Fraunhofer ISE has been involved in R&D on material research and component development for concentrating collectors since about 10 years, e.g. for absorber coatings and mirrors. An integrated optimisation tool has been developed connecting cost functions, specific boundary conditions, meteorological data and performance models to minimize the levelised electricity cost of CSP plants. Several optical, fluid dynamical, FEM, thermo-dynamical cycle and system simulation tools are available. Considerable experience and equipment in optical and solar system testing is available. Fraunhofer ISE has mainly worked on collector issues connected to the Linear Fresnel Collector and Parabolic Trough Collector but increasingly focuses also on complete large solar thermal power plants as well as industrial plants with combined heating and cooling options (polygeneration). Solar systems for polygeneration of process heat, power, desalination and useful cold are developed and a test stand for small heat engines under dynamic input of heat has been built.

Key personnel
Dr Werner Platzer is a physicist and director of the division Solar Thermal and Optics at Fraunhofer ISE. He is working in the field of solar technologies since 1984. The focus of his current research is on the development of solar thermal power technology and concentrating collectors with an emphasis on the Linear Fresnel Collector, optics and performance assessment and quality control for concentrating collectors, heat transport optimization, thermodynamics and energy performance as well of CSP-plants as combined heating, cooling and power using medium-scale solar fields. He has authored more than 180 articles and conference papers and is teaching Solar Thermal Energy courses at the University of Freiburg. Dr Thomas Fluri is heading the group Solar Thermal Power Plants and High Temperature Energy Storage at Fraunhofer ISE. He holds a mechanical engineering degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland and a PhD in mechanical engineering from Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He has been active in the field of solar thermal power plants since 2003. His research focus is on modelling, simulation and optimization of solar thermal power plants and on the development of high-temperature thermal energy storage systems.
Dr.-Ing. Joachim Koschikowski studied mechanical engineering at Gerhard Mercator University Duisburg. He is working with the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems since 1996. Scope of his work was material research, solar thermal collector and system design as well as the development of test equipment for the characterization of solar thermal collectors. Since 1999 he is working in the field of solar thermal desalination with focus on development, design and simulation of membrane distillation (MD) systems. He is involved in several national and international research projects on solar driven desalination (SODESA, SMADES, MEMDIS, CUVEWATERS, MEDIRAS). Since 2010 he is head of the team Decentralised Water Treatment.
Dipl.-Ing. Anna Heimsath is a mechanical engineer and head of team concentrating collectors at Fraunhofer ISE. She has been working in the field of concentrating collectors for solar thermal power plants since 2006. The focus of her current research is on the development of concentrating collectors. This includes an emphasis on optical and thermal performance assessment of collectors, optical characterization of mirrors as well as optical design, simulation and optimization of collector geometries. She has authored more than 12 conference papers and articles.

Cranfield University (UK)
Organization Profile:
Cranfield University specifically operates in the areas of engineering, manufacturing, management, energy and the environment. This project is supported through the Precision Engineering Centre (PEC). PEC is an internationally recognized centre of excellence in precision, ultra precision and micro-engineering. It is a NASA approved supplier of space mirrors and operates the UK's X- ray optics facility at Cranfield. PEC leads the processing module of EPSRC's Grand Challenge project entitled 3D Mintegration, is the lead partner in the EPSRC funded Integrated Knowledge Centre (IKC) in Ultra Precision Structures Surfaces (UPS2), and a partner in the FP-7 collaborative project "Integ-Micro" which is developing new production technologies by the integration of multi-process engineering techniques. PECs extensive facilities include: grinding, polishing, diamond turning, RAPT plasma, CAD/CAM, FEA, dynamics modal testing/design systems, temperature controlled machine assembly laboratories, CMM and laser (optical) based metrology facilities and numerous machine alignment and performance testing systems.
Roles in MATS project:
Contribute to the solar collector works. Cranfield University Precision Engineering Centre is world class at the production of optical surfaces. Harvesting of waste heat from various parts of the installations (and subsequent re-use or thermo-electric conversion) by the utilization of nanotechnology, ferro-fluids, and coatings, to demonstrate a small-scale ultra-high efficiency waste heat energy harvesting technology. This would demonstrate enhanced overall efficiency of the plant.

Suitability and commitment:
A variety of optical, fluid dynamical, FEM, thermo-dynamical cycle and system simulation tools are available. Considerable experience and equipment in optical and solar system testing is available. Thermo-electric system for UPS and other applications are deeply experimented.

Key personnel
Dr Chris Sansom is Senior Lecturer within the Precision Engineering Centre, Course Director of the "Ultra Precision Technologies" Masters programme, and Knowledge Transfer Manager of UPS (comprising Cranfield University, in partnership with the Institute for Manufacture of the University of Cambridge, and University College London. Dr Sansom has over 20 years experience in the UK engineering industry with GEC, Marconi, and Perkin Elmer. At Cranfield University he is now involved in the development of new technologies to enhance the ultra precision 3D-patterning of surfaces and structures. His current research interests include energy harvesting from powered machines, especially industrial machine tools; and the application of ultra precision machining to power generation (solar, wind, nuclear fusion).

OCI - Orascom Construction Industries, (Egypt)
Organization Profile:
OCI is a leading construction contractor active in the emerging markets. Ranked among the largest construction contractors in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia and among the top 200 global contractors by Engineering News Record, OCI offers unrivalled quality, vision, and determination to perform above and beyond targets. 2009 ENR Ranking: Top International Contractors, OCI ranked 41st, OCI's 2008 consolidated revenue is around $3.7 Billion USD.
Roles in MATS project:
OR will be responsible of civil works for the MATS facility.

Suitability and commitment:
On Renewable Energy, the Ministry Of Electricity of Egypt, through New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA), has awarded OCI the first Solar Power Plant in Egypt on "EPC Basis". OCI was the only local contractor qualified and had the chance in competing for this work against foreign companies.

Key personnel

CEA - French Atomic Energy Commission (Commissariat à l'énergie atomique) (France)
Organization Profile:
CEA is a public body established in October 1945 by General de Gaulle. A leader in research, development and innovation, the CEA mission statement has two main objectives: To become the leading technological research organization in Europe and to ensure that the nuclear deterrent remains effective in the future. The CEA is active in three main fields: Energy, information and health technologies, and defence and national security. In each of these fields, the CEA maintains a cross-disciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergies between fundamental and technological research. In 2006, the total CEA workforce consisted of 14 910 employees (52 % of whom were in management grades). Across the whole of the CEA (including both civilian and military research), there were 1,017 PhD students and 278 post-docs
Roles in MATS project:
CEAE is pursuing R&D on material research and component development for concentrating collectors. There is a long year experience in materials and component development as well as monitoring and durability testing e.g. for absorber coatings, mirrors and other solar materials. Various numerical codes have been developed for application in the design and experimental validation of systems and components.

Suitability and commitment:
CEA is involved in GreenDistric through the Technological Research Division of the CEA, the CEA LITEN (Laboratory of Innovation for New Energy Technologies and Nanomaterials), having the role of developing New technologies of Energy, focusing on three key areas: photovoltaic energy, hydrogen and fuel cells and nanomaterials addressing building, transport and mobile electronics as main markets.
The newly created INES is the French national research institute for solar energy. It results from the gathering of most of the French research actors in the field of solar energy. More than 150 researchers from CEA, CNRS and Savoy University are already working at INES. The participation of CEA to INES facility is organized in 4 main activities.
  • R&D for Photovoltaic: Silicon production, PV cells (silicon, organic)
  • R&D for Electrical Solar Systems : Photovoltaic systems, Electrical storage systems
  • R&D for low consumption buildings : Building integration of solar energy ; new generation of buildings, eco city
  • R&D for Thermal systems (LETh): Solar thermal systems including CSP, thermal storage, energy efficiency for industry and buildings
Key personnel
Dr. Philippe PAPILLON is a project leader in the field of thermal solar energy in the company since December 2005 Active in the field of thermal solar energy for more than 20 years, previously head of R&D team in a French company (from 1992 to 2005). He is Expert in a French technical committee dealing with solar components. He is also at the European level, the subtask leader within Task39 from SHC program dealing with "polymeric materials for solar applications"
Ing. Jean-François Fourmigué is a project leader in the field of thermal storage in the company since 2001 Active in the field of thermal storage for more than 5 years, previously head responsible for CFD modelling for heat transfer applications. He is Expert for CEA in the field of Energy Efficiency
Dr. Bernard Thonon is a project leader in the field of CSP in the company since 2008. He holds a Ph-D in mechanical engineering and has 20 years of experience in the area of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. He has participated and coordinated several national and European projects. He has published article and book chapter in the area of heat transfer and is the chairman of the Heat-SET conference series. He his presently in charge of the solar concentrated programme at the Laboratory

ASE - Archimede Solar Energy, (Italy)
Organization Profile:
ASE belongs to Angelantoni Group and to Siemens. ASE is the manufacturer of receivers tubes, patented together with ENEA, unique at the world able to operate up 550 °C.
Roles in MATS project:
WP2: In Solar Field Work Package, ASE can procure and build the entire Receiver Tubes subsystem

Suitability and commitment:
ASE is the manufacturer of receivers tubes, patented together with ENEA, unique at the world able to operate up 550 °C. Their receiver tubes have been tested at ENEA PCS facility and at ENEL Archimede demonstration plants; others tests are ongoing in various research centers in the world. Key personnel
Mr. Paolo Martini, he followed the complete market development and placement of the Receiver HEMS08. He has been the coordinator for others National and European projects. Actually he is the Business Development Director of ASE.
Mr. Claudio Raggi, with more than 6 years of experience in Receiver Tubes Engineering. He made the complete Process Development and tests for the actual Receiver HEMS08, including the laboratory and Pilot Plant characterization. Now he is the Process Engineer Manager of ASE.
Mr. Sandro Donnola, he is responsible for the product planning and execution throughout the HEMS08 lifecycle, including: gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, sales. He participate to a several project with Italian R&D institute. Now she is the Product Specialist for the ASE HEMS08 Receiver Tube

Contacts

ENEA
Casaccia Research Centre, UTRINN-STD,
via Anguillarese 301 I-00123
Roma (RM) ITALY
alberto.giaconia@enea.it

Countries

  • Egypt
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom