Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)

Research centers and universities
C/ Ramiro de Maeztu 7, 28040 Madrid

Descripción de la compañía

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is the largest Spanish technological university specialized in all fields of engineering and architecture. With two recognitions as Campus of International Excellence, its outstanding research activity together with its highly qualified professional training, make UPM a truly competitive university at international level. More than 2,400 researchers work at UPM, grouped in over 200 Research Groups, 20 Research Centers or Institutes and 55 Laboratories, all of them committed to transforming the knowledge generated into innovation advances applied to the productive sector, contributing to solve the challenges of European citizens. Similarly, the intense collaboration with government agencies and industry ensures that UPM research offers real solutions to real-world problems, as evidenced by the over 40 patent applications submitted per year, as well as the generation of about 20 spin-offs/year (survival rate of 70%) formed and mentored by UPM’s Innovation Center. Regarding hydrogen, UPM has a community of over 50 researchers dedicated to the study of H2-related technologies, covering the entire value chain, from production technologies, storage, transport, safety and certification, demand management and end uses in air, sea and land transport.

Principales líneas de negocio de la entidad

  • H2 generation;
  • Stacks; ç
  • Materials;
  • Demand management;
  • Storage;
  • Power-to-gas;
  • Transport materials;
  • End-uses