The EnOp CO2 Reuse Conference aims to update participants on the development of new technologies for CO2 reuse. In order to stimulate the further development, researchers would like to meet the companies that will be using these technologies in the future.
The organizing committee has selected speakers to give the audience a complete overview of the status these CO2 reuse technologies are at.
Call: Partners Light sought
Within the EnOp project, there is room for two SME companies located in Flanders and/or in the Netherlands. We are looking for companies that have knowledge and experience in the field of plasma technology, in particular process control and conceptual process design. If your company is active in this area and is interested in participating, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2019. After that, we will select and invite 2 companies to participate in our project with the possibility to receive a subsidy as well. To this end, we have put together a Partner Light regulation which you can request from us.
EnOp project wants to research the possibilities for CO2 reuse and decrease of CO2 waste in a broad perspective. Seven very diverse technologies will be developed into a higher level, varying from energy storage using micro algae to bio electro chemical systems. Each EnOp project is executed by a consortium of international partners. A business team intensifies the cross border collaboration. This team exists of Flemish and Dutch companies. In this way next to relevant knowledge also Flemish and Dutch market insights are added in a pragmatic way to EnOp.
The objective of Project EnOp is to develop energy storage systems and CO2 conversion technologies. The storage of sustainably generated energy is achieved, for example, by converting CO2 into higher-energy carbon compounds. These compounds can be used as substitutes for fossil fuels (chemical energy carriers) and/or as raw materials for end products such as plastics (specialty chemicals).
EnOp is a project of Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Hasselt University, TNO, VITO, DIFFER, Thomas More, RWTH Aachen University (DWI), University of Antwerp, Ghent University, KU Leuven, and TU Eindhoven. The project was initiated by Nanohouse.
Project EnOp is funded by the Interreg Flanders-Netherlands program.
Eleven partners participate in the ‘EnOp’ project: four from The Netherlands (Brightlands Chemelot Campus, TNO, TU Eindhoven, DIFFER), six from Flanders (KU Leuven, Ghent University, University of Antwerp, Hasselt University, VITO, Thomas More) and one from Germany (University RWTH Aachen-DWI). Brightlands Chemelot Campus is leading the consortium.