SZTE Greennovation Center is commited to make a sustainable future for Hungary.

According to economic analyzes and forecasts, the area of the “green economy” will form the basis of the next major economic cycle. The chemical storage of surplus energy produced intermittently offers a solution that can be easily integrated into industrial processes, so technologies for this purpose can be of key importance. As part of this, Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) or CO2 removal technologies are becoming increasingly attractive. In order for Hungary to be the winner of the “Green Economy” in the medium and long term, it is necessary to create a complex knowledge base and set of competencies that will enable Hungarian economic actors to be competitive.

To this end, the University of Szeged established SZTE Greennovation Center, dedicated to contribute to the sustainable future of humankind.


The overall aim of the University of Szeged Greennovation Center is to create value-adding green technological innovations with significant novelty level, utilizing the knowledge of the researchers of the University of Szeged through valuable co-operations.


Our vision is to become an internationally acknowledged research, development and innovation center that empowers innovators to develop world-class solutions in the field of green technologies for sustainable development and a liveable future.

Green solutions

Our mission is to develop feasible green technology solutions, thus contributing to the future of humankind.

The Greennovation Center

Based on the existing and emerging knowledge, new technological solutions are created with the close cooperation of the academic and industrial partners.

These partnerships lead to disruptive innovations, and thus Hungarian companies can enter a temporary monopoly position in a rapidly growing market.

The Greennovation Center will develop own projects.

The Greennovation Center will also support external actors by its unique energy conversion innovation testbed, where different power-to-gas (P2G) and power-to-liquid (P2L) technologies can be tested, validated and developed.