Tokyo-based NTT DATA is the world’s 6th largest IT service provider, employing 140,000 professionals and operating in more than 50 countries.

NTT DATA Europe & Latam was born from the alliance between everis (with presence in Europe and Latin America) and NTT DATA EMEA (with presence mainly in the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Romania) to bring transformation and innovation to clients in Europe and Latin America.

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Polytechnic University of Madrid

The Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM, Spanish acronym) is the oldest and largest Spanish technical university, with more than 4,000 professors, around 38,000 undergraduate students and 6,000 master’s degrees in 21 study schools. Today, the UPM Schools cover most engineering disciplines, as well as Architecture, Computer Science, and Geodesy and Cartography.

In addition, the UPM as a top-quality academic establishment has a strong commitment to R&D and innovation, with more than 225 Research Units and more than 10 Research Institutes and Technology Centers, contributing significantly to the international scientific community.


Copiso Soria Cooperative Society

COPISO SORIA is a leading agricultural cooperative, initially formed by ranchers with the objective of buying animal feed collectively. Soon after they realized the importance of all the benefits of cooperation in the field and new members joined which led to the creation of the two main companies of COPISO – Crop Feed and Crop.

COPISO has more than 1,200 members and a turnover of more than 220 million euros. COPISO forms an important part of the agricultural activity in Soria and is one of the main economic and social drivers of the area; It is considered as an example of the agricultural production of Spanish Agriculture.

Regional Energy Agency (Junta of Castile and Leon)

EREN (Spanish acronym) was born, under Law 7/1996, as an Organism that develops, unifies and integrates, at the regional level, all the policies approved and implemented in the different energy areas. Attached to the Ministry of Economy and Finance. As objectives such as:

– Achieve a competitive and balanced energy system.
– Control and reduce energy intensity.
– Reduce the environmental impact produced by energy consumption.
– Reduce energy dependence on the outside through security of supply.
– Promote the diversification of energy.


Gasnam is the sustainable transport association that integrates the gas and hydrogen value chain to meet the environmental, economic and operational challenges of transport by land, sea and air, in Spain and Portugal.

They currently have 142 partners from multiple sectors. Partners interested in promoting the use of renewable natural gas in mobility. We have a “renewable gas” working group that works on different actions to improve natural renewable gas for use in transportation.

Association priorities: Decarbonization and renewable gas, air quality, recharge and infrastructure and user support.

Natural Gas Vehicle Association

NGVA Europe aims to promote the use of natural and renewable gas as fuel in vehicles and ships. Support the analysis of the development of the CNG / LNG infrastructure with a view to other EU experiences. Support the development of the TCO calculation that provides an EU benchmark that searches for the latest available data on the fuel economy and EU excise regime. Support with the calculation of GHG Well to Wheel emissions according to the different renewable gas routes. Contribute to the dissemination and linkage of project results with other EU associations / stakeholders.

University of Valladolid

The Environmental Technology group of the University of Valladolid will be in charge of the activities related to the design, acquisition and installation of the prototype for the production and updating of biogas in biomethane.

The staff of the School of Forestry, Agronomic and Bioenergy Industry Engineering (EIFAB) based on the Soria campus of the University of Valladolid will be in charge of part of the design activities, acquisitions and most of the activities of start-up and monitoring of the process of conversion of agricultural waste into biomethane. UVA will take care of the cooperation with the end users of the technology. The UVa technical team works in close collaboration with the Fundación General de la Universidad de Valladolid, also a partner of the project, which is in charge of the economic-financial management for UVa.