AGH

AGH – University of Science and Technology Krákow

Poland

ACMiN AGH is a new research institute founded within the premises of university. Its research activities focus on various aspects of nanotechnology, physics and chemistry and materials sciences: from quantum mechanical modelling till industrial applications.

Role in the project: Development of CO2 reduction catalyst

www.agh.edu.pl

axiom

AXIOM – Axiom angewandte Prozesstechnik

Austria

Axiom angewandte Prozesstechnik GmbH has over 25 years of experience in separation technologies. Axiom focuses on membrane technology applications and provides custom-tailored solutions for gas and water treatment. Axiom attaches great importance to high sustainability of its separation processes.

Role in the project: CO2 feedstock preparation, CO2 recovery from biogas, ethylene enrichment, ethylene separation using membrane technology

www.axiom.at

BME

BME – Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Hungary

The Department of Atomic Physics at the BME is one of the leading laboratories in Hungary in surface and thin film research. It is equipped for laterally resolved and in-depth chemical analysis of surfaces, coatings and thin films by XPS, AES and SIMS methods.

Role in the project: Electrolysis parameters, stable operating conditions, catalyst stability, influence of contaminants, surface analyses

www.bme.hu

EIJKU

EIJKU – Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University Linz

Austria

The Energy Institute is conducting impact-related studies to systematically evaluate the effects of a roll out of the specific electrocatalytic factory for the production of renewable bulk chemicals developed in the project CO2EXCIDE.

Role in the project: Life cycle assessment, techno-economic process and product assessment

www.energieinstitut-linz.at

EPC gGmbH

EPC gGmbH – EPC project corporation for Climate. Sustainability. Communications.

Germany

EPC offers project management and target group specific PR, including the development of communication strategies and their practical application in renewables, climate and sustainability projects.

Role in the project: Communication and dissemination, coordination support

www.e-p-c.de

IGB

IGB – Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology

Germany

Fraunhofer IGB’s Straubing branch, Bio-, Electro- and Chemocatalysis – BioCat focuses on the development of chemical, biotechnological and electrochemical catalysts, process development and the conversion of renewable resources and CO2 into value added products with these catalysts.

Role in the project: Coordination,electrocatalytic oxidation reaction, ethylene oxidation, chemical conversion

www.igb.fraunhofer.de

ISSP

ISSP – Institute of Solid State Physics of the University of Latvia

Latvia

ISSP UL is one of the leading research institutions in Latvia within the fields of material sciences, nanotechnology and photonics, providing internationally competitive experimental and theoretical research, plays an important role in education and offers innovative solutions for industrial applications.

Role in the project: Cathode, catalyst modified multi-layer graphene stacks, theoretical calculations, electrolysis half-cell with gas monitoring, Polymer SPEEK / ionic liquid composite

www.cfi.lu.lv

Schaeffler

SG – Schaeffler Technologies

Germany

The Schaeffler Group is a global automotive and industrial supplier. Top quality, outstanding technology, and exceptionally innovative spirit form the basis for the continued success of the company. With more than 90,000 employees, Schaeffler is one of the world’s largest family companies.

Role in the project: Nanostructured coatings for catalyst, coating process development

www.schaeffler.com

Siemens

Siemens

Germany

Siemens AG is a global powerhouse positioned along the electrification value chain – from power generation, transmission and distribution to smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy – as well as in the areas of medical imaging and laboratory diagnostics.

Role in the project: Electrochemical cell design, system integration, scale-up, testing and validation

www.siemens.com

SOTON

SOTON – University of Southampton, department Engineering and the Environment

Great Britain

Having been ranked 8th in the UK for research, the University of Southampton conducts high quality education and research with successful track record of industrial collaborations and generation of patentable work. The Faculty of Engineering and the Environment has 33 projects H2020.

Role in the project: 3D printed electrodes; anodic hydrogen peroxide; carbon dioxide reduction; flow cell, gas diffusion electrodes

www.southampton.ac.uk

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