Alicante Science Park has a new technology-based company that provides solutions for energy storage
Alicante, 14th June 2011
The Alicante Science Park will have a new TBF (Technology-Based Firm emerged from university research). Gas to Materials Technologies (G2MTech) is the new firm, specializing in providing solutions for energy storage.
Gas to Materials Technologies will be devoted to build and market automatic systems which analyze chemical adsorption and physical adsorption for the characterization of adsorbents and catalysts, with static and dynamic methods.
This business initiative has been promoted by a scientific team led by Diego Cazorla y Ángel Linares, members of the Research Group of Carbonaceous Materials and Environment (MCMA), along with Francisco Rodríguez Reinoso from the Laboratory for Advanced Materials, and Enrique Gadea, all of them members of the University of Alicante’s Department of Inorganic Chemistry.
Gas to Materials Technologies was created at the University of Alicante’s Department of Inorganic Chemistry, which after nearly 30 years of work and accumulation of experience, has been at the forefront of international research centres in this area.
In recent years, these technological devices have been developed in order to meet the research needs of the Department of Chemistry, coomercial equipmets have not been found in the market with the ability to perform the type of analysis required or with the sufficient precision and versatility.
The promoters believe that the creation of this firm at the Department of Chemistry is an excellent opportunity for taking advantage the large career and great recognition of its researchers in the international arena. For this reason, they have built and marketed these adsorption equipment, whose potential market will be, from the beginning, the world market.
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