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VoltaChem organizes session at online European Industry and Energy Summit

VoltaChem organizes session at online European Industry and Energy Summit

01-12-2020

VoltaChem is organizing a breakout session on December 9th from 15.00 – 16.30 as part of the European Industry and Energy Summit (livestream Studio Rotterdam, Plant One).

European RTOs: Accelerating development of electrolysis

European RTOs: Accelerating development of electrolysis

24-11-2020 | P2Hydrogen

Green hydrogen, produced by electrolysis using renewable sources such as the sun and the wind, plays a crucial role in the energy transition. But much remains to be done to produce this clean energy carrier on an industrial scale and at an acceptable cost. Europe has good trump cards to achieve this.

Ernst Homburg: “Society needs to provide the landscape for sustainable technologies to succeed, and to move away from petrochemistry”

Ernst Homburg: “Society needs to provide the landscape for sustainable technologies to succeed, and to move away from petrochemistry”

16-11-2020 | P2Integrate

Driving the transition of the chemical industry towards full sustainability requires more than innovation. It is equally - if not more - important that society succeeds in creating a 'landscape' in which sustainable chemical technology will come to full fruition.

New facilities for Power-2-X research: Rotterdam Field Lab Industrial Electrification

New facilities for Power-2-X research: Rotterdam Field Lab Industrial Electrification

02-11-2020 | New Project

VoltaChem is developing a Field Lab Industrial Electrification in the Rotterdam-Moerdijk industrial area, together with its founding partner TNO, the Port of Rotterdam, industrial association Deltalinqs, technology business association FME and economic development agency InnovationQuarter, and with support of regional and national authorities.

E-fuels are crucial to sustainable heavy transport

E-fuels are crucial to sustainable heavy transport

23-09-2020 | P2Fuels

Synthetic fuels produced from electricity, or e-fuels, will play an important role in reducing CO2 emissions from long-distance truck transport, aviation and shipping. For long-distance freight transport and shipping, synthetic methanol, diesel and LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) are the most attractive options; for deep sea shipping, synthetic ammonia is also an important option.

An industrial perspective for the sustainable electrochemical production of tartaric acid: From CO2 to a C4 molecule

An industrial perspective for the sustainable electrochemical production of tartaric acid: From CO2 to a C4 molecule

21-09-2020 | P2Chemicals

In a recently published paper in the ACS journal Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, Amanda Garcia, Carlos Sánchez-Martínez, Ivan Bakker and Earl Goetheer present a feasible green and sustainable electrochemical production route for tartaric acid. The VoltaChem researchers synthesized this industrially relevant chemical through electrochemical reduction of oxalic and glyoxylic acids.

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Looking forward to our breakout session at #EIES2020 today at 15.00! (livestream Studio Rotterdam from Plant One Rotterdam BV). More info here 👇 linkedin.com/feed/update/urn…#decarbonization #hydrogen #energytransition #circular #feedstock

Looking forward to #EIES2020 with many interesting sessions! Today sessions on #hydrogen #ccus #ccu #enerytransition with several of our colleagues, tomorrow at 15.00 hrs it is our turn! (Studio Rotterdam). Register or check out the livestreams: industryandenergy.eu/livestr…

Join our interactive online talkshow “Empowering a Circular Industry” at the #EIES2020 on December 9 | 15:00-16:30 and learn about the latest developments on #power2X technologies. With a great expert panel industryandenergy.eu/empower…

Coming up this Monday at 12.00hrs: a pitch by colleague and #hydrogen expert Lennart van der Burg at the Online Infoday in Electrolysis of our German partner @DECHEMA . His pitch, like all other sessions, can be joined free of charge. @TNO_Research lnkd.in/dzxRxxq

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