TSK is a technological and services company that offers efficient, sustainable and digital solutions for the industrial and power sector founded in 1986.
Today, the company has a turnover of around 1000 M€ p.a. with over 1000 professionals and experience in more than 50 countries. Amongst others, TSK develops solutions that help customers on the road to energy efficiency, decarbonisation and digitalisation of their activities. Especially, at the Digital Innovation Department, the company develop high added value solutions that allow to improve the value chain of the clients and optimize their performance, based on the enabling technologies under the protection of Big Data, Internet of things, Artificial Vision or Virtual Reality. TSK is one of the Spanish companies with most references in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects in the energy with proven technical capacity and highly qualified personnel and also proven experience in O&M of industrial and energy plants. Finally, for TSK, the need to innovate in projects, processes and services is beyond any doubt. Aware of this reality, the group recognizes innovation and applied research as an unavoidable way forward and a key opportunity for its development and competitiveness at a national and international level. This commitment is materialized in strong investments in R&D, continuous collaboration with technology centers and universities.


WP1 – WP2 – WP4 – WP5 – WP7 – WP8


On WP1, the general architecture of the TRINEFLEX system will be deployed following system engineering best practices and defining in detail the data structure format. TSK will participatein the definition of the high-level data model and the system specifications for each demo case. At WP2, TSK will design and develop the appropriate monitoring system to collect the key parameters from the industrial process of REFIAL, efficiently store them, process and visualize the final along with the relevant indicators. This development will be used on WP5. On WP4, TSK will develop a green hydrogen integration model for the possible implementation of this technology configuration in one of the demonstration sites. The ultimate goal is to achieve a design of the furnace syngas treatment and the conditioning systems associated. For this purpose, a comparative study of syngas separation technologies will be done and the optimum one will be selected for this particular case. On WP5, TSK will oversee, support, and guide the implementation of TRINEFLEX Actions and other related works in the 5 demonstration sites, ensuring compatibility of activities and comparability of results. TSK will have special participation on the DC2 – Aluminium, working in collaboration with REFIAL. On WP7, TSK will collaborate in generate dissemination and communication material to create the project identity. Finally, on WP8 TSK will develop an effective and comprehensive administrative, financial, technical, and legal management to ensure the successful execution of the project.

Team involved

Juan Luis Carús Candás

Innovation Director – Digital Innovation juanluis.carus@grupotsk.com

He is also a Technical Engineer specializing in Telematics (2006) and has a Master’s Degree in Computer Systems and Services for the Internet (2009), both degrees taken at the University of Oviedo. For more than 7 years he worked as a researcher within the R&D department of CTIC Technological Center He has been the author of 4 journal publications, 4 book chapters and 4 congress communications. He has also developed patent ES2015000165 related to a new behavior monitoring system.

Carolina Laviada Rubio

She has more than 8 years of experience as a consultant and financial advisor in matters of aid and financing at both national and European level.

Tomás González Rodríguez

H2 & Sustainable Technologies tomas.gonzalez@grupotsk.com

The previous professional experience:

  • 2016-2019: Toray Advanced Composites (UK) working as materials testing engineer in the R&D department.
  • 2007-2016 INCAR – CSIC: working as R&D engineer in different projects.
  • 2004-2007 SIKA SA working as an R&D engineer.

He is co-author of the following patents: EP2463083B1, US20190161680A1, US10329197B2.