Advanced Energy is one of the main experimental sectors of EnviPark and is devoted to the production and storage of electrical energy using alternative, high-efficiency technologies. It is a centre for the development and testing of the latest generation batteries and hydrogen-based fuel cells.

Advanced Energy is the product of collaboration between public institutions and private companies to verify the business opportunities for energy production and storage and for the use of mobile and stationary fuel cell systems.

In the Advanced Energy sector of Environment Park, which is structured like a high tech laboratory, there are stations available for testing fuel cells and fuel cell components up to 24 kW, lithium batteries according to the ISO 12405 specifications, electrolysers and monocells (batteries and fuel cells), for quantitative gas analysis and for evaluating storage system capacity.

The Advanced Energy sector activities developed at Environment Park are internationally recognised. EnviPark is involved in numerous projects within the JTI-FCH programme (Fuel Cells and Hydrogen – Joint Undertaking), a public private partnership with over 60 participating European companies, which was launched by the European Commission to support hydrogen technology development. It is a European partnership platform dedicated to supporting hydrogen-based innovation and development projects and for the inclusion of these in the next European framework programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020). Environment Park also represents the Piedmont Region in the European HyER association, which promotes the diffusion and uptake of hydrogen Fuel Cells and electro-mobility in Europe.