New follow-up meeting for the Hi-rEV project at MCG

MCG automotive

MCG recently hosted the latest meeting of companies and entities involved in the Hi-rEV project. Main objectives: review and assess the progress of initiatives within the project, and define a new set of activities within this mobilizing agenda.

In this meeting: Carlos Saraiva, Vitor Pereira, Nuno Ferreira Adriano Krevicz, from MCG; Daniel Figueiredo, Guilherme Santos, Liliana Guerra e Flávia Ferreira from Palbit; Rui Silva, Gonçalo Soares e Daniel Cruz, from INEGI; Guilherme Santos, Daniel Figueiredo, Mariana Guerra e Flávia Ferreira, from Palbit; Pedro Coelho, António Cruz e Pedro Rodrigues from Pecol; e Jaime Rodrigues, from Retsacoat.

Comprising 22 companies, Hi-rEV is a mobilizing agenda for the development, testing, and demonstration of a new generation of technologies, processes, and products that will enable a new positioning of the national automotive cluster in the global value chains of the future automobile.

The main objective is to demonstrate how to achieve equally positive results while reducing resources consumed in production: 18% less CO2 emitted into the atmosphere, 10% more use of recycled materials, and at least 10% of renewable energies applied in the process.

At MCG, the Hi-rEV project is driving the use of new technologies and process optimization in the development of components aimed at the specific needs of electric vehicles.

The Hi-rEV project is supported by the Recover Portugal Program.

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