COZMOS is an EU-funded project that aims to provide breakthrough technology for the conversion of CO₂ to C3 fuels and chemical building blocks.
The project aims to set up a CO₂ conversion process using renewable electricity and water steam to directly produce synthetic jet fuels with balanced hydrocarbon distribution (paraffin, olefins and aromatics) to meet the stringent specifications in aviation.
The ultimate objective of CLEANKER is advancing the integrated Calcium-looping process for CO2 capture in cement plants.
EU-funded EcoFuel project will create and demonstrate an innovative process chain able to improve the energy conversion for production of synthetic fuel from CO₂ using renewable energy. This next-generation renewable fuel for energy and transport will increase energy efficiency and reduce production costs associated with energy conversion of from CO₂ .
eForFuel develops an industrial biotechnology solution that uses electricity and microorganisms to convert CO₂ into hydrocarbon fuels, thus providing a sustainable replacement of fossil carbons. We use the advantages of different disciplines to establish an efficient process, which sets the stage for a future environmentally, economically, and societally sustainable value chain to produce renewable chemicals and fuels.
Funded by the European Union H2020 programme, the C⁴U project spans demonstration of two highly efficient solid based CO₂ capture technologies for optimal integration into an iron and steel plant and detailed consideration of the safety, environmental, societal, policy and business aspects for successful incorporation into the North Sea Port CCUS industrial cluster in Belgium and the Netherlands.
ConsenCUS aims to provide an industrial roadmap to a net-zero carbon future through “Carbon neutral clusters by electricity-based innovations in Capture, Utilisation and Storage”. We will demonstrate this concept by integrating a demonstration unit at major cement, magnesia and oil refining installations.
The overall objective of MOF4AIR is to demonstrate the performances of MOF-based CO₂ capture technologies in power plants and energy intensive industries. To that purpose, MOF4AIR will demonstrate optimized MOF-based adsorbents with fine-tuned CO₂ adsorption processes through a multidisciplinary approach.
ACCSESS takes a cross-sectorial approach to CO2 Capture, Transportation, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS), working with Pulp and Paper, Cement, Waste to Energy, and Biorefining, all industries with big potential for carbon dioxide removal.