More than 200 leading international experts in Carbon Capture and Carbon Utilisation (Power-to-X) together with 20 exhibitors are expected to attend the hybrid event on 23–24 March 2022, in Cologne, Germany (www.co2-chemistry.eu). Main topics of the conference are strategy & policy in CCU, renewable energy and green hydrogen production, carbon capture technologies, CO2-based fuels for transport and aviation, CO2-based building blocks, bulk and fine chemicals as well as advanced CCU technologies.
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Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is one essential pillar for the supply of renewable carbon besides biomass utilisation and recycling. The transition to the direct use of CO2 as one alternative carbon source is needed as a key element to substitute fossil sources, to fight climate change and to shift towards sustainable and climate-friendly production and consumption. For providing the full benefits of CCU technologies the use of renewable energy is indispensable. Especially the supply of green hydrogen is crucial for the production of CO2-based fuels for transportation and aviation as well as for bulk and fine chemicals.
Take a look into the near future and exchange ideas with the leading pioneers at one of the premier and most prominent events on CO2 as renewable carbon feedstock for fuels and chemicals in the world: The “Conference on CO2-based Fuels and Chemicals 2022″, 23–24 March 2022, Cologne, Germany. As a hybrid conference, it combines a “live” in-person event with a “virtual” online component, www.co2-chemistry.eu.
Call for Abstracts & Posters
Companies and institutes are welcome to present their latest products, technologies or developments – abstracts can be uploaded at www.co2-chemistry.eu/call-for-abstracts and posters at www.co2-chemistry.eu/call-for-posters.
All sponsoring opportunities are online at www.co2-chemistry.eu/sponsoring. The nova-Institute thanks YNCORIS (Germany) for sponsoring the innovation award “Best CO2 Utilisation 2022″ and CO2 Value Europe for co-organising the event.
More information about the innovation award and the application can be found at www.co2-chemistry.eu/award-application.