Many of the research and development activities undertaken by ESTEP members are done in collaborative projects. These projects include not only ESTEP members, but also researchers active in a wide range of fields, and from many other sectors and organisations. The projects are part-funded by several EU programmes, and include:
A EUR 75 -million initiative to identify cleaner steel-making technologies.
A major initiative to improve resource and energy efficiency in Europe’s processing industries.
Designing fully- electric urban vehicles.
Greener vocational education for steelworkers.
Lifelong learning for the steel industry.
An initiative for strategic energy technologies.
New materials for nuclear power generation.
Better coal-fired power plant technologies.
Building Up website
Location-related energy efficiency.
Research infrastructures for Europe
Last updated on: 2012-06-27