Michele Bolognese graduated from the University of Trento with a Master’s degree in Environmental Energy Resource Management.

Michele’s work at Fondazione Bruno Kessler started with a study of the integration of solar thermal energy in industrial processes for the particular case study of a pasta factory based in northern Italy followed by the study of the potential of Hydrogen systems. Michele has been actively involved in the Italian project, Comesto, dedicated to the aggregated management of energy storage systems, contributing to the development of models in Ansys Simplorer environment involving different storage systems, including hydrogen technologies, coupled and controlled by DC/DC devices.

Today, Michele is involved with the Prometo project in which he’s utilizing dynamic modeling to integrate solar heat with a hydrogen production system and storage system that considers temperature fluctuations.