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Dr Spyridon N. Economou joins Eunice Group, as a Director General of Eunice Hydrogen Technologies

Dr Spyridon N. Economou

Heading to the future, Eunice Group is dynamically focus on the development and operation of innovative hydrogen technologies, a critical factor to achieve a carbon neutral economy.

Eunice Group, the one and only completely Greek Technological Group, who invests in environmental technologies for the production and distribution clean green energy, exclusively from renewable energy sources, welcomes Dr. Economou, one of the most well – known and recognized executives in the market of energy and environmental issues, to the position of Director General, Eunice Hydrogen Technologies, a new position for the company’s organizational chart.

Dr. Economou has 30 years of professional experience in the fields of Energy, Environment and Critical Materials. He has served as President of the Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Conservation (CRES) from September 2019 to June 2023. As an engineer and a member of TEE (Technological Chamber of Greece) since 1990, he has worked in industry , research centres and polytechnic schools in Greece, Belgium, USA, Canada and the United Arab Emirates.

He holds a PhD in Applied Science from the Catholic University of Louvain (PhD in Applied Science, Magna Cum Laude KU Leuven, Belgium). He holds a Diploma in Engineering, graduated from the National Technical University of Athens, School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, with a specialization in Metallurgy. Dr. Economou has published more than 40 scientific articles in the fields of Energy, Environmental Technologies and Materials Science.

With the addition of an executive with extensive experience in environmental, energy and critical materials issues, Eunice Group confirms its commitment to the development of green, renewable energy sources.

Ιt is reminded that a few days ago, Eunice Group announced the launch of a major European research project, the Crete Hydrogen Valley – CRAVE H2, being the coordinator and leader of the project consortium. The list of project partners includes De Nora, an Italian multinational company developing advanced electrolysis systems, Ballard Power Systems Europe, a manufacturer of PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) fuel cell products in a variety of markets and applications, with the Region of Crete actively participating in the regulatory, social and political aspects of the project. Solmar Tours, the largest tourism company in Crete and one of the largest in Greece that will soon have hydrogen buses, Politecnico di Torino, a leading European technological university, the Institute of Chemical Processes and Energy Resources (IDEP) of the National Centre for Research and Technological Development (NERTH), as well as the Research and Innovation Department of the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator (DEDDEO).