The 10th Project Meeting of the HyFlow Project took place the last Monday, February 12th, and Tuesday, February 13th in the CRAEM (Marina di Ravenna), and Casa Matha (Ravenna).

The objective of the HyFlow Project is to address the challenges posed by the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations to the European energy system. Among other goals, improving efficiency and increasing the use of renewable sources are essential to achieve these objectives. Specifically, the project aims to develop a Hybrid Energy Storage System (HESS) capable of meeting high-energy and high-power demands, thereby creating a modern and sustainable energy storage system.

During the 10th Project Meeting held in Ravenna, in addition to exploring the UNESCO Heritage Mosaics that the city offers, participants presented advancements made in the various Working Packages of the HyFlow Project. Presentations on the materials and components of the HESS, its management systems, and the micro and macro applications of the system were delivered at the facilities provided by the Tecnopolo of Ravenna.