ENGIE Project will be implemented through the cooperation of 26 institutions. The partnership involves 3 universities, 2 research centres and a European-level professional organisation, which has 26 national member geological associations. 20 national associations will take part in the project implementation as Linked Third Parties. By their contribution, the project activities will be extended to more than 20 European countries.

University of Miskolc


University of Miskolc (UNIM) is the largest higher educational institution in North Hungary. With its highly qualified academic staff, well-equipped laboratories, instruments and equipment, the University is a major research centre of international scientific research and technical development. The series of research activities going on at the university comprise fundamental, applied and development research in the following fields: natural, technical and social sciences, as well as the humanities and arts.

European Federation of Geologists


The European Federation of Geologists is a not-for-profit professional geoscience organisation focused on the promotion of excellence in the application of geology, in raising public awareness of the importance of geosciences for society and in the setting and international benchmarking of professional standards and qualifications for geo-professionals. It represents scientists and professionals mostly from the industrial sectors.

La Palma Research Centre


La Palma Research Centre (LPRC) is an independent, internationally active geoscience think-tank headquartered in Spain. LPRC works in the intersection of minerals, technology foresights and public awareness raising related to technology and science. With the help of technology foresights, the Centre assesses the long-term future of converging technologies with the aim to promote emerging innovations that are likely to produce the greatest economic and social benefits.

Luleå University of Technology


Luleå University of Technology (LTU) is a KIC Raw Materials core partner in CLC North. It is a leading Swedish technical university. Human Work Sciences at Luleå University of Technology was founded in 1974 and has approximately 30 employees engaged in research and education in both technical and social science sector. The research is interdisciplinary, theoretical and applied and conducted in close cooperation with stakeholders in the community and industry. Gender and technology/engineering is one of the research areas.

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche


The National Research Council (CNR) is the largest public research institution in Italy and develops multidisciplinary research activities in many fields. CNR is distributed all over Italy through a network of institutes. CNR leads several breakthrough research activities on micro /nanotechnologies focused and applied on development of new processes for the substitution of metals and conventional fossil based materials obtained from non-renewable sources by renewable carbon and bio-based innovative materials. CNR has a long experience in dissemination activities.

University of Zagreb (UNIZG-RGNF)


The University of Zagreb – Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering organises and conducts research and higher education activities including joint doctoral programme within the domain of technical (mining, petroleum and geological engineering) and natural sciences (geology). Faculty is providing several long-life education programs for professionals, academics and PhD students and actively participates within EIT KIC Raw materials consortium, International consortium on landslides, CO2GeoNet, ENeRG and ESEIA.