Goldeco has established and ongoing collaboration with Higher Technological Institutes in Greece in the energy field such as the National Technical University (NTUA). Moreover, it is an active member in the Institute of Energy for South East Europe (IENE), the Hellenic Small Hydropower Association (ESMYE) and Hellenic Association of Photovoltaic Energy Producers (SPEF).

In 2010, Goldeco collaborated with the NTUA’S Department of Chemical Engineering and participated in the energy efficiency and pollutant measurement of a Pilot Plasma Incinerator for the waste management of the municipality of Mykonos, whose aim was test and certify plasma technology in Greece. In 2012, it collaborated with the Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and submitted a proposal for an innovation tender concerning the production of a low capacity (10 – 100 kw) gasification system for farming.

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