The e-Refinery Symposium aims to gather in person for the first time in 2 years to discuss our common interests in scalable electrochemical technologies, with a centered discussion on the interplay between the Delft e-Refinery’s infrastructures and industry’s needs. An important outcome is to come to an understanding of key challenges, opportunities and needs for the coming five years, and how current governmental funding strategies can support these conclusions. As part of the program, members from the EU Project SELECTCO2 will engage these diverse stakeholders regarding the findings and future implications of their research.
The SELECTCO2 consortium organised a symposium during the online NanoGe Fall meeting on 18-20 0ctober 2021 - #SolCat21 - (Photo-)Electrocatalysis: From the Atomistic to System Scale
The #SolCat21 symposium provided an excellent opportunity to disseminate some of SelectCO2’s research and outputs. Organizing the symposium in late 2021 allows the consortium to see the state of the art in the field, only a few months before a Stakeholder Engagement Meeting allowing a clear and sharp discussions with stakeholders on how accelerate this technology the most rapidly.
The 2021 edition of the De Nora symposia focuses on strengthening the partnerships and collaborations with the academia on the strategic topics for De Nora: water electrolysis, fuel cells, CO2 reduction, and water treatment technologies. This year’s edition is all condensed in one day and its blended format is meant to connect, virtually, all the four local De Nora's research and development facilities in Japan, Italy, and the US.
The eCOCO2 consortium invites you to its interactive webinar addressing challenges and opportunities for introduction of fuels and chemical carriers produced from CO2.The two-day event will also focus on the diverse uses of CO2 – chemicals, e-fuels, mineralisation and other market potential, through case studies. The conference participants will be able to take advantage of the different panel discussions and Q&A to gain a deeper understanding of the projects presented and interact both with the speakers and their fellow attendees.
|Berlin Institute of Technology||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne||Delft University of Technology||RINA Consulting SpA|
|Technical University of Denmark (coordinator)|
|Industrie De Nora||Pretexo||University of Surrey||SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory|
|The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement SELECTCO2 No. 851441.