Webinar: State of the art and future perspectives of electrochemical CO2 conversion

30-11-2023 / 30-11-2023 | Teams Webinar

Webinar: State of the art and future perspectives of electrochemical CO2 conversion

On November 30th at 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM GMT+1, we welcome you to join our dedicated webinar about our latest article: Electrochemical CO2 conversion technologies: state-of-the-art and future perspectives. 

Increased electrification and the rise of carbon-free, intermittent electrons has attracted global interest towards flexible Carbon Capture and Utilization using electrical power. However, more information is needed to understand the technical and economic hurdles unique reactor systems may face when scaling from lab and bench scale projects to demonstration and pilot scale applications. This is why the IEA Green House Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG) has asked TNO to perform a study into the economics, life cycle greenhouse gas performance and trade-offs of electrochemical CO2 conversion processes. 

Electrochemical reduction of CO2 to produce chemicals or fuels may contribute to the zero‐emission goal of the chemical industry. During this webinar we report about the state‐of‐the‐art and future perspective of HT and LT electrochemical CO2 conversion processes to produce CO, syngas, formic acid and ethylene. The costs of the various electrochemical production routes will be explained, including projections up to 2050. For these projections, a learning curve method has been applied. The levelized production costs and the greenhouse gas performance of the different routes are also compared. Finally, recommendations for further research directions will be given.

After the presentation, we would like to discuss further on the topic with the participants of the webinar. If you have questions upfront, you can send them to info@voltachem.com.

Join our webinar and find out which technology is most developed, most challenging and most promising! Click here to register.


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