The GENESIS Project is pleased to announced their 1st Open Day Workshop.
Date: 24 November 2020
Time: 09:30 -15:30 CET
Place: ZOOM digital platform
We would like to invite you to come as our guest and participate in the GENESIS project Open Day, which is taking place online on the 24th November 2020.
This would be a great opportunity to learn about the progress of the project, meet the project partners and learn about technologies they are developing related to the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the cement and steel industry to make it more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Participation to this event is free but registration is required. If you are interested in attending, you could get more information from the project website and download the registration form. If you prefer you could send an email to the organisers at: firstname.lastname@example.org . Please send the filled form back to email@example.com in order to receive a confirmation of your registration and additional information.
The GENESIS project is 4-year EU Horizon 2020 project that started in January 2018, it aims to develop and upscale some of the most promising material for CO2 capture and demonstrate their performance, durability and reliability in industrial environments. GENESIS is built upon two previous ambitious EU projects that developed IPOSS and MOF membrane systems with a great performance for CC. GENESIS will take these technologies a step further by scaling up the most promising ones by demonstrating in relevant 0.45 MWe capture process for pre-combustion and 2 post-combustion applications and achieve at least 90% of CO2 recovery at a cost of 15€/MWh in two carbon intensive industries (Schwenk & ArcelorMittal). GENESIS is building upon a multidisciplinary team of European technology centers, large enterprises, SMEs in a cross-border project. This will guarantee that the successful implementation of GENESIS and ensure the ambitious objectives will be achieved and impact will be realized in terms of a rapid market penetration of the developed materials and systems by overcoming technological barriers.
We have confirmed participation from external guests coming from multinational organisations and leading technology companies such as: Total SE; ENGIE Laborelec; Baker and Hughes; Dyckerhoff GmbH; Aggreko; Marion Technologies; C-Capture; Radical Fibres Ltd; HyGear; GRAPHENE-XT SRL; and leading universities and research organisations such as: Newcastle University; University of Manchester; Rutgers University; University of Amsterdam; CNRS Université de Lorraine; among others.
The GENESIS Project partners are: Leitat, TUDelft, SINTEF, UTwente, TNO, ICN2, EPFL, MOF Technologies Ltd,, Funzionano AS., CTI, Orelis Environnement, YODFAT Engineers, CEMEX Research Group AG, ArcelorMittal, Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd and SCHWENK Latvija.