The EU-funded EcoFuel project will create and demonstrate an innovative process chain able to improve the energy conversion for production of synthetic fuel from CO2 and water using renewable energy. This next-generation renewable fuel for energy and transport will increase energy efficiency and reduce production costs associated with energy conversion of from CO2
EcoFuel will draw upon highly experienced research institutes, universities and well-established companies who will jointly develop and exploit an electrochemistry-based process chain to produce CO2 neutral fuels.
Develop, demonstrate and, in the long run, bring into production a new process for the generation of drop-in fuel
Achieve a higher efficiency along the process chain compared to the classical process route via H2, thus saving primary energy, resources and cost.
The EcoFuel project next-generation renewable fuel for energy and transport will increase energy efficiency and reduce costs associated with energy conversion from CO2.
Set-up a novel complete process chain, based on the power of electrochemistry to deliver truly green (CO2 neutral) fuels with an unprecedented overall energy efficiency.
Innovations in Carbon Capture to Sustainable FuelsSustainable synthesis of fuels and chemicals by Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) is one of the important pillars for reaching “net zero” emissions by 2050.
The link to this event will be sent out on Monday November 27
| Siemens Energy Global
GmbH & Co. KG
|AVL List GmbH||Axiom angewandte Prozeßtechnik Ges.m.b.H|
|Budapest University of Technology and Economics||Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology||Johnson Matthey PlC|
|PRETEXO||Technical University of Berlin||
University of Oxford