Energy4ME brings Council in energy analysis of special techniques oriented renewable energy production and consumption. Training of installers, supply of hardware and technological innovation.
Buildings are responsible for 40% of the energy consumption in industrialized countries. Research activities are necessary both at building design and operation levels and have to target a better integration of renewables.
ENGIE Lab Laborelec is the Group's research and expertise center for electrical power technologies. Located near Brussels and active in more than 60 countries, it employs 240 highly qualified specialist technicians.
The CRM Group was formed through the merging of the talents and resources of two research centers: the Center for Research in Metallurgy (CRM ASBL - est. 1948) and the Center for Advanced Coatings & Construction Solutions (AC&CS, RDCS, est. 1990).
Energy storage in the form of hydrogen obtained by electrolysis of water using green electricity (often excess, but not necessarily) and other sources. Rebalancing towards the network thanks to this stored hydrogen that can produce electricity via a fuel cell.
Design of transformation processes for raw materials, chemicals, living cells, etc. into useful forms and products. Dewatering of materials, mixing of rheologically complex fluids, analysis of texture and structure using X-ray (micro)tomography
4000 Liège 1 (Sart Tilman)