VoltaChem energized for further growth: results & upcoming projects


Since 2015 VoltaChem has grown into a Shared Innovation Program consisting of more than 15 running projects, having a total size of around 4 million euro per year, and involving a large industrial and academic partner network. With this, a good start has been made to implement the industrial electrification roadmap that has been defined together with stakeholders from chemical, electricity and equ


Comprehensive overview of all currently available heat pumps


Shared Innovation Program VoltaChem has put together a comprehensive list with all currently available heat pumps and their characteristics. "This list provides our community members that have an interest in VoltaChem's Power-2-Heat program line with a starting point to decide which heat pump suits their needs best", Power-2-Heat expert Simon Spoelstra explains.


Call for participation: Electro-organic synthesis scouting projects


Based on earlier results, Shared Research Program VoltaChem is looking for new cases in the field of electro organic synthesis, preferably for the conversion of waste streams of biobased feedstock to valuable chemical intermediates. To facilitate identification of new valuable routes, VoltaChem is performing scouting projects in the Power-2-Specialties program-line together with chemical companies


Call for participation: Paired electro-organic synthesis of high-value (bio)chemicals


Shared Research Program VoltaChem has started work on paired electro-organic synthesis of high-value (bio)chemicals to create new potentially viable business cases. We are currently looking for chemical companies and equipment suppliers that are interested to participate as partner or supplier in the research.


VoltaChem calls for participation: electrochemical production of chemicals via hydrogen


Currently VoltaChem offers several opportunities for global leaders in the fields of electricity, conversion, equipment and end products to participate in research concerning 'electrochemical production of chemicals via hydrogen'.


Research into the use of ‘green hydrogen’ in refinery process


Six Rotterdam-based parties will investigate how sustainably generated electricity, converted into hydrogen, can be used in the production of fuels. VoltaChem co-initiator TNO, Stedin, Smartport, Uniper, BP Refinery Rotterdam and Port of Rotterdam Authority will investigate the technical and economic feasibility of a power-to-gas plant in the Rotterdam port area, as well as the necessary amendment

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