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Organisation Introduction

Since its start in 1994, Uniresearch, a SME located in Delft, the Netherlands, has become a successful and independent grants & innovation consultancy firm specialised in national and European grants in the field of innovation, research and technological development. UNR has a team of highly skilled consultants and project managers, bringing together a mix of technical, scientific and business administration backgrounds. Based on the experience gained in over 150 collaborative projects, UNR has developed many project management & dissemination procedures, structures and tools.


UNR has assisted in the development of the SPHINX project from co-drafting the concept of the project, the writing of the Horizon Europe proposal up to the Grant Agreement Preparation phase. In the field of PV, UNR was already involved in the NextBase project (H2020) and is coordinator of the PILATUS proejct (HEU), which deals with the  demonstration of three digitalised pilot lines for the production in Europe of silicon wafers, solar cells, and solar modules.

To continue building a network in the PV-industry and help strengthening the PV-industry in Europe further, UNR has joined the coordination team in the SPHINX project to aid in making the project a success and achieve the ambitious objectives.

Involvement in SPHINX?

UNR supports the coordinator VOL in the day-to-day management of the project. Next to the management activities, UNR is also leading the activities related to dissemination and communication. Communicating and disseminating results of the project are key to ensure a good exploitation of results when the project has ended.

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“We are honored to be part of the SPHINX project, which combines the developments of innovative solutions and disruptive technologies to produce the new generation of EU-based BIPV products”.  

Project progress

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