GEMINI 4.0 project positively assessed and received funding

We are proud to announce that our company will participate in the international GEMINI 4.0 project carried in which 20 institutions from Europe and Asia are involved. The project, financed by the European funds, follows the GEMINI+ initiative (SGE did not participate in the previous phase) which demonstrated that HTR  systems can provide a competitive and safe solution for the CO2 free cogeneration of the process heat and electricity needed by industry. 

Now the participants continue their research to demonstrate that the GEMINI+ system can, in addition to CO2 free process heat, provide a global solution for the competitive and safe decarbonisation of industrial activities, and confirm that this new form of poly-generation of various energy products does not negatively affect the safety of the combined plant.

The GEMINI 4.0 project was positively assessed and received funding under the Euratom Research and Training Program (HORIZON-EURATOM-2021) and is coordinated by the French company Framatome.

Find out more about GEMINI 4.0: Gemini Initiative 4.0 

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