Oviedo, 11th and 12th of July 2023 – The MAST3RBoost project held its 2nd General Assembly in Oviedo the second week of July, bringing together key stakeholders to celebrate achievements and strategize for the project’s future endeavors.
During the two-day meeting, esteemed partners from various organizations, including Envirohemp S.L., Nanolayers Research Computing, Spike Renewables S.r.l., CIDETEC, EDAG Group, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, University of Nottingham LLM, University of Pretoria/Universiteit van Pretoria, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), TWI, and Contactica, participated in fruitful discussions. Carbon Science and Technology Institute (INCAR) was especially acknowledged for hosting the successful assembly.
MAST3RBoost’s central mission revolves around advancing sustainable practices in hydrogen storage, renewables, and decarbonisation. The project firmly believes that collaborative efforts are vital in accelerating the energy transition and addressing the challenges posed by climate change.
Given that the transport sector contributes over one-third of CO2 emissions in the European Union, accounting for more than 1,000 million tons, the project emphasizes the significance of decarbonization in this domain. MAST3RBoost aims to leverage the potential of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) as a promising solution to decarbonize trucks, buses, ships, trains, and large cars, with a particular focus on commercial vehicles as early adopters.
The collaborative spirit demonstrated by the MAST3RBoost project underscores the importance of partnership in driving innovation and achieving global sustainability objectives. As the project progresses, stakeholders can anticipate regular updates on its developments and progress.
The MAST3RBoost team remains committed to contributing to a greener, cleaner, and more prosperous world as they continue their efforts to revolutionize the future of sustainable transportation.
About the MAST3RBoost project: MAST3RBoost aims to address the pressing challenge of decarbonization in the transport sector, which significantly contributes to CO2 emissions in the European Union. By harnessing the potential of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) technology, the project strives to establish sustainable transportation solutions, ushering in a new era of cleaner and environmentally-friendly mobility options.