CO2EXIDE – Related research

Related expired, submitted and ongoing projects of CO2EXIDE partners

celbicon

CELBICON – Cost-effective CO2 conversion into chemicals via combination of Capture, ELectrochemical and BIochemical CONversion technologies (2016–2020)
(H2020-ISIB-2015-2)

Tobias Gärtner (Fraunhofer, partner)

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center_for_energy_storage

Center for Energy Storage, Combination of chemical, biotechnological and electrochemical processes
(national German funding, 2012–2017)

Volker Sieber (Fraunhofer, coordinator)

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rechargeable-battery

Preparation and characterisation of a rechargeable battery based on a conductive polymer and aluminum in an ionic liquid electrolyte.
(SOTON internal funding)

Carlos Ponce de Leon, (SOTON, principal investigator)

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necobaut

NECOBAUT – Innovative automotive electrochemical storage applications based on nanotechnology (NECOBAUT): iron-air redox flow battery.
(FP7.ENERGY.2012.10.2.1: Future Emerging Technologies)

Carlos Ponce de Leon, (SOTON, partner)

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Aluminium-air-battery

Aluminium-air battery: study of three-dimensional aluminium anode and air cathode for the development of high energy density battery for micro-UAVs.
Sponsored by DSTL, UK.

Carlos Ponce de Leon, (SOTON, principal investigator)

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Redox-flow-batteries

Redox flow cells batteries: zinc – cerium. Internal project

Carlos Ponce de Leon (SOTON, principal investigator)

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AGH

Organic-inorganic nanostructural hybrid materials for thermoelectric application
project ID: IP3/2015/73
Source of funding: Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland

Katarzyna Hnida (AGH, coordinator)

Nanostructured-functional-materials

Nanostructured functional materials – synthesis, properties, applications
Project ID: 2015/17/D/ST5/01332
Source of funding: National Science Center, Poland

Katarzyna Hnida (AGH, coordinator)

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AGH

Magnetoelectrochemical synthesis of the Ni-TiO2 composite
Source of funding: Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education

Krzysztof Mech (AGH, coordinator)

Wind2Hydrogen

The EI-JKU participates in four connected projects for developing an entire Power to Gas system in Austria.

  • Wind2Hydrogen (2014– 2016) built a 100 kW pilot plant with 12 PEM electrolysers,
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  • EE-Methan aus CO2 (2013–2016) develops catalytic methanation based on a ceramic honeycomb catalyst adapted to industrial CO2 sources for increasing lifetime a 10% with respect to commercial catalysts,
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  • OptFuel (2013–2016) focuses on hydrogen production through fermentation and on the purification requirements for its later conversion into methane. Minor goals as cost assessment and life-cycle analysis are also included.
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  • Underground Sun Storage (2013–2016) studies the storage of the generated gas.
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Horst Steinmüller, Robert Tichler, Johannes Lindorfer
(EI-JKU, coordinator and project partner)

kopernikus

Kopernikus-Projekt „Power to X“
(national funding; 2016 – est. 2024)
Siemens leading research cluster : CO2 to CO electrolysis and subsequent biochemical conversion to valuable Chemicals

Günter Schmid (Siemens, partner)

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eEthylen

Nutzung elektrischer Energie aus erneuerbaren Quellen zur elektrochemischen Herstellung von Ethylen aus CO2 – eEthylen
German national funding (BMBF)

Dan Taroata (Siemens, partner)

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CO2toValue

CO2ToValue (direct electrocatalytical CO2 reduction in one step) (2012 – ongoing)
Siemens internal funding with two research groups being active in Munich and in Erlangen

Maximilian Fleischer (Siemens, coordinator)

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