Electrum Holding Signs Cooperation Agreement with Gdańsk University of Technology

On December 12, 2023, Electrum Holding signs cooperation agreement with Gdańsk University of Technology. From now on, the organizations will work together to develop modern technologies for energy transformation and decarbonization of the economy, as well as the construction of a Climate Tech Hub for the Baltic Sea region. Professor Dariusz Mikielewicz, the Vice-Rector for organization and development, signed the document on behalf of the Gdańsk University of Technology. Electrum Holding was represented by Grzegorz Stanisławski, Vice President of the Board. 

Politechnika gdańska“It is important for universities, such as the Gdańsk University of Technology, and the industrial world to collaborate. We are signing this agreement at a crucial moment, as the COP28 conference in Dubai, dedicated to climate transformation, concludes today. We demonstrate that our global thinking also has a regional dimension – we want to act within the Baltic Sea area. Through the development of offshore, onshore, and new hydrogen technologies, we will create a new economic sector based on energy transformation and the development of technologies that counteract climate change,” commented Grzegorz Stanisławski. 

The agreement provides for cooperation in the field of education on Climate Tech, development of modern technologies for energy transformation and decarbonization of the economy, strategies for building a Climate Tech Hub for the Baltic Sea region, CO2 emission reduction technologies, and optimization of energy transmission network infrastructure.

Politechnika gdańskaThe signing of the agreement was preceded by a scientific symposium “Facets of Climate Tech in Energy Transformation and Climate Repair of the Baltic Sea Region – Challenges for Pomerania.” During the meeting, experts discussed challenges related to climate change and innovations that can contribute to combating them. Grzegorz Stanisławski presented a strategic perspective for the development of Climate Tech in the Baltic Sea region, and an innovative hydrogen project presentation by Prof. Krzysztof Kosowski and Paweł Olechnowicz highlighted the potential benefits of an isothermal hydrogen turbine.

The agreement opens new opportunities for cooperation between the scientific world and the industry, aimed at jointly creating innovative solutions that support environmental and climate protection through energy transformation.

About Electrum

Electrum Group is a leading Polish Climate Tech business based in Białystok, offering comprehensive solutions in the field of cutting-edge technology development, project construction, and management in the energy and information sectors. The technological maturity of its experts allows them to deliver products and services that respond to the evolving needs of the industry and businesses in line with the ongoing energy transformation. Electrum creates and implements solutions and builds projects based on the idea of an individual energy mix, striking a balance between the social and environmental responsibility of the business and its economic aspect.

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