Related Research Activities


The EU funded PUMP-HEAT project (Performance Untapped Modulation for Power and Heat via Energy Accumulation Technologies) was kicked off in September 2017. The objective of the project is to increase the flexibility of the Combined Cycle power plants and the operation of gas turbines.

For more information, please visit the PUMP-HEAT website.


The FLEX4FACT project aims to develop an end-to-end ecosystem based on a modular and multi-level architecture to enable flexible manufacturing in industries and create the conditions for the necessary energy transition in energy intensive industrial sectors.

For more information, please visit the FLEX4FACT website.


Flexibility for Hydrogen (FLEX4H2) is a co-funded project by Clean Hydrogen Partnership, EU and Switzerland. It aims to develop a fuel-flexible combustion system capable of operation with any hydrogen concentration in natural gas, up to 100% H2.​

The new combustor design will be fully retrofittable to existing gas turbines, thereby providing significant opportunities for refurbishing existing assets.​

For more information, please visit the FLEX4H2 website.