Research at IN+ has a background on analytical but also experimental tools.
Experimental research at IN+ has grown to integrate competencies in sustainable energy systems, technology policy and advanced socio-economic research methods, linking three major research areas, often called Laboratories. Their activities are supported today by laboratory infrastructures, divided between Tagus Park and Alameda Campus.
These following facilities constitute the core space and the main assets of our centre:
Laboratory of Thermofluids, Combustion and Energy Systems
Laboratory of Interfacial plus Micro-Scale Transport Phenomena
Laboratory of Waste Processing and Management
Demand Response Lab
Polygeneration Energy Container
To know more about each facility and the work we do, please visit their respective pages or contact us directly.