Electrons-2-Chemicals - E2C

Agenda

 

General Stakeholder Webinar - Catalysing Electrification

Online via Microsoft Teams

The E2C project gave a General Stakeholder Webinar on 7 July 2020. The content included:

  • A presentation on the expected outcomes of the project and why they are important for the regions involved by one of TNO's top scientists
  • Brief overviews of the key achievements realised so far, and the challenges currently being faced, including how the partners are looking at valorisation and implementation beyond the project
  • A Q&A session where participants were invited to give their feedback on the strategic directions of the project and plans for a Power-to-X Centre of Excellence in the Rotterdam region, one of the main results of the E2C project

Click on the video to watch the full recording. 

EVENT CANCELLED

This event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date as soon as possible

 

Energizing CO2 Utilisation: Accelerating Power-to-X Deployment with Circular Carbon Technologies

 

New resources are coming. Be part of the story.

Come join leading researchers, equipment suppliers, the chemicals industry, and local policy makers for a day of in-depth discussions and interaction with key speakers in the fields of CO2 utilisation and industrial electrification, organised by the Interreg 2 Seas Electrons-2-Chemicals (E2C) project.

What to expect:

  • An understanding of the business cases and market dependencies for Power-to-X implementation
  • Involvement in determining the strategic direction for a Power-to-X Centre of Excellence in the Rotterdam region, the main results of the E2C project
  • Contributing to the development of a roadmap that will advise policy makers on what needs to be done to enable the industry to meet sustainability targets

Date and time: 19 March 2020, 9:30 - 17:30
Location: Engels Conference Center, Stationsplein 45, Rotterdam

Confirmed speakers:

  • Carmine Marzano, Program Officer, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission
  • Ruud Melieste, Corporate Strategist, Port of Rotterdam
  • Earl Goetheer, Principal Scientist CO2 Capture & Conversion, TNO / TU Delft 
  • Andrew Choi, Energy Transition Advisor, ExxonMobil Chemical Holland
  • Peter Adam, Vice President Oil and Gas, Sustainability and Hydrogen Business, Siemens

MC: Gerrit Heijkoop

Program: 
09:30 – 10:00     Registration and coffee
10:00 – 12:00     Plenary presentations 
12:00 – 13:00     Lunch
13:00 – 15:00     World café discussions 
15:00 – 15:30     Coffee break with poster presentations
15:30 – 16:30     Interactive panel session
16:30 – 17:30     Networking reception

To register and get more information about the event, see the event website here.

POSTPONED UNTIL 2021

 

Summer School on Electrocatalysis

 

University of Antwerp, Campus Drie Eiken, 7 - 11 September 2020

The summer school on electrocatalysis towards a greener society is a one-week programme, hosted by the University of Antwerp (UAntwerp) and the group of applied electrochemistry and catalysis (ELCAT) of the applied engineering faculty within the frame of a European Interreg 2 Seas program (E2C, Electrons to high value chemical products).

This summer school on electrocatalysis has as purpose to introduce you into the world of green electrochemistry starting from its basics and ultimately leading to the hottest applications that can currently be found in academia and industry. At the start, you will be submerged into the field of electrochemistry with some theoretical sessions, explaining the basic principles and moving on to the most applied methods in electrochemistry (LSV, R(R)DE, impedance, etc.), including an investigation of the kinetics and mass transfer aspects. This will be followed by some sessions on electrocatalysis and hands-on experience with electrochemistry inside the laboratories of the ELCAT group, where participants will be able to put some of the theories seen in the lectures in practice. Afterwards, a dive into the electrochemical reaction engineering and all its practical issues is foreseen and this will be coupled with a company visit. Finally, two of the most widely investigated applications of electrochemistry will be discussed in more detail by renowned scientists in the field. Focus here will lay on the recycling of CO2 through the electrochemical reduction into valuable chemicals and hydrogen generation to be used as fuel.

As this topic also fits in the European Interreg E2C program, it guarantees the international nature of the summer school.

For a more information and to register, click here:

https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/summer-schools/electrocatalysis/

Submit your application before 25 May 2020.

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