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After MIT Industry Liaison Program largely supported by our Boston office and our Innovation team, Technip Energies continues to develop its breath and depth of innovation in the energy transition space by fostering its relationships with University Affiliate programs across the world. 

Technip Energies has signed an agreement with one of the world’s leading academic institutions that will help keep us at the forefront of innovation.

We are now part of the Stanford Energy Corporate Affiliates (SECA) Hydrogen Initiative in the United States. Based in California, Stanford is one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutes.

Membership in the Program provides opportunities for communication and participation within the energy community at Stanford, including access to webinars, workshops, and specific research in the field of Decarbonized Hydrogen, fuel to the energy transition. We will also be able to drive our technology innovation through webinars and innovation ecosystem. Other benefits include meetings with research scientists and faculty members to identify potential specific collaboration efforts, an annual conference, information about Stanford’s emerging technologies, and access to research publications.

Our aim is to forge a long-term relationship with Stanford capitalizing on our proximity with our Claremont operating center.

Charles Cessot, Senior Vice-President T.EN X – Consulting & Products, said: “We are delighted to join the SECA initiative and to work alongside Stanford to test and explore innovative solutions. From monitoring breakthrough technologies to evaluating R&D opportunities, this will help us address specifically hydrogen with the best academics.”