Electrification of the Chemical Industry

13-12-2018 - 13-12-2018 / Brightlands-Chemelot, Geleen

Save the Date: VoltaChem 2018 Annual event

On Thursday, December 13th VoltaChem will organize its yearly event to discuss the latest progress in the field of industrial electrification and Power-2-X and to elaborate on the opportunities to accelerate business together.

We aim to develop and implement technology and business cases to drastically cut CO2 emissions by using electricity from solar and wind for the production of sustainable fuels, fertilizers, and plastics. In collaboration with the chemical industry, electricity sector, and equipment manufacturing sector

This year we will join forces with Industrielinqs and FME at the ‘When electrons power molecules’ Congress. During this event we will focus on international and cross-sector subjects, addressing the issues and questions relevant for business investment managers and R&D, technical and innovation managers.

The program will include:

  • Plenary and parallel breakout sessions and other interactive formats
  • Latest news and developments in the field of electrification and Power-2-X.
  • Update on the progress of our Shared Innovation Program VoltaChem
  • Workshops to discuss crucial questions, share knowledge and insights
  • Identify business opportunities.
  • Networking with stakeholders from the chemical industry, electricity sector, high-tech industry, equipment suppliers and public sector.

The program for this event is currently under construction and will be presented shortly after the summer. If you are interested, please save the date. 

Date: Thursday, December 13th, 2018 | full day

Venue:  Brightlands Chemelot Centre / Geleen (Netherlands)

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