Electrification of the Chemical Industry

04-06-2018 - 05-06-2018 / Freiburg, Germany

International workshop Perspective on Power-to-Liquids and Power-to-Chemicals 2018

As a follow-up to the first Perspectives on Power-to-Liquids and Power-to-Chemicals workshop in 2016, this years edition will bring together relevant stakeholders from academia, industry, and politics to discuss, advance and highlight synergies between the growing renewable power generation, H2 production and CO2 utilization targeting at the production of energy carriers, fuels and chemicals. A strong focus will be put on the development and application of technologies leading to products with different sectoral/industrial relevance (e.g. methanol, DME, OME, etc.). The workshop provides a platform for the latest insights on these closely intertwined topics with perspectives between scientific progress and successful market introduction. An evening event in Freiburg will provide an excellent networking opportunity, whilst a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities at the Fraunhofer ISE campus will complement the workshop and discussions.

At this event Earl Goetheer, principles scientist at TNO and heading the research program of VOLTACHEM as chief scientist, will give the presentation 'Electrochemical processes for the future' at June 4th.  

In this presentation, he will give an overview of the possibilities, the intrinsic merits and the technical challenges of using electrochemical processes on a large scale. He will focus on the obtained results in the VOLTACHEM program and relate this to the societal and business challenges of the Netherlands and Europe.

if you  are interested in this P-2-C event, here you'll find the complete program and for registration go directly to link

Earl looks forward to welcoming you in Freiburg. 

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