Instituto Tecnológico de la Energía
(Energy Technology Institute) (ITE).
The Energy Technology Institute (ITE) is a private, non-profit-making association, set up in 1994, whose services, products and technological projects are addressed to national and international public bodies and companies in the power, electric, electronic and communications sectors. The Institute guides his activity mainly in the field of electro mobility, new materials, storage, equipment, smart grids and smart devices, and predictive maintenance. Since it was set up, ITE has gradually evolved, applying the most advanced technologies in its developments and consolidating research results. Its horizontal nature has allowed at all times to be able to respond to the requirements and needs of companies in different sectors, with services, training, research and innovation developments.
ITE services are classified as a function of the activity, R & D Projects; Innovation Projects; Advanced Services; Standardized Tests; Product Control Agency; Training; Information and Dissemination. ITE’s mission is to contribute to the companies positioning in national and international markets. ITE offers advanced technological services and R&D through assimilation, adaptation and development of specialized knowledge of high potential to generate business value to the companies. The organisation promotes and coordinates the cooperation to maximize the impact of resources to promote business R&D, innovation and competitiveness of enterprises. ITE has a long experience in national and international research projects. ITE takes part on several Scientific and Standardization Committees and technological platforms focused on energy, electricity, materials, mobility and advanced production at national, European and International levels.
Parque Tecnológico de Valencia,
Carrer de Juan de la Cierva y Codorniu, 24,
46980 Paterna, Valencia (Spain).
+34 961 36 66 70
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101017899