Workshops

Workshop on Advance Membranes and Membrane assisted processes for pre- and post-combustion CO2 capture 

Kunnskapsbyen Conference Center, June 23th, 2022

(Gunnar Randers Vei 24, 2007 Kjeller, Norway)

 Invitation

We are pleased to invite you to the final Workshop of the MEMBER project that will take place at the Kunnskapsbyen Conference Center (Gunnar Randers Vei 24, 2007 Kjeller, Norway) on June 23th, 2022 (9:30-13:15 CET). Online attendance is also possible. Just click at the following link: online attendance.

The H2020 funded project MEMBER aims at decreasing the cost of CO2 capture on different processes. The main challenge of including CCUS in power generation or other industrial sectors is related to the energy consumed by the separation processes needed to achieve low carbon emissions (e.g. heat for solvent regeneration). This energy requirement is the major reason for the reduced overall net efficiencies. In order to reduce this energy penalty, MEMBER will scale-up and manufacture advanced materials and prove their added value in terms of sustainability and performance. It targets three advanced solutions based on: Innovative MOF -MMMs for pre- and post- combustion CO2 capture in power plants, and an intensified reforming process combining high temperature solid CO2 sorbent and dense Pd membranes for pure H2 production with integrated CO2 capture (MA-SER).

This half a day workshop will present main results achieved in the frame of the project.

Agenda

Full program can be downloaded at the following file: Agenda MEMBER Final Workshop_23June2022.pdf.

Participation to the workshop is free of charge.

Venue

The Conference will take place at Kunnskapsbyen Conference Center (Gunnar Randers Vei 24, 2007 Kjeller, Norway) on June 23th, 2022 (9:30-13:15 CET). Online participation is also possible. Just click the following link: TO BE INCLUDED.

 

 Toward 2030: New pathways to CO2 capture 

24 February 2022, 10:30-12:00 CET

CARMOF, MEMBER and MOF4AIR JOINT WEBINAR

The European Union has created an ambitious objective to be climate-neutral by 2050, that is, to be an economy with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. The European Green Deal codifies this objective, and all economic sectors are participating in its realisation. In April 2021, the EU set a target of cutting carbon emissions by 55% by 2030.

CARMOF, MEMBER and MOF4AIR are three European-funded projects geared to demonstrate innovative CO2 capture technologies in real industrial conditions. Promising new material solutions are under development for the next generation of CCUS technologies that are expected to reach the markets in the next few years.

This webinar highlights the following:

  • Insight into innovative capture processes (membranes, adsorption & hybrid) and their possible impact.
  • Upscalability of the processes from grams-to tons-scale.
  • Policy recommendations.

Participants will learn about how the project group members are collaborating to address the common goals toward reducing CO2 emissions in energy-intensive companies.

Presentations & Policy Bried

The presentations of the webinar including the poll results are available here: download file

The Policy Brief recommendations are available at the following link: Policy Brief.

Agenda

10:30-10:40 - Welcome and introduction

10:40-10:50 - CARMOF: New process for efficient CO2 capture by innovative adsorbents based on modified carbon nanotubes and MOF materials, Adolfo Benedito, AIMPLAS, Project Coordinator

10:50-11:00 - MEMBER: Advanced MEMBranes and membrane assisted procEsses for pre-and post-combustion CO2 captuRe,  Emma Palo, Kinetic Technology SpA, Project Innovation Manager 

11:00-11:10- MOF4AIR: MetalOrganic Frameworks for carbon dioxide Adsorption processes in power production and energy Intensive industRies, Guy De Weireld, University of UMONS, Project Coordinator

11:10-11:20 - Policy brief recommendations presentation

11:20-11:30 - Live polling with audience

11:30-11:50 - Q&A Session

11:50-12:00 - Wrap-up

Register

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__EGFyEb3TVKyfzB7v-ZDbw

 

Webinar: Process modelling, design and scale-up for CO2 Capture processes

TU/e - Eindhoven, The Netherlands, February 23rd, 2022

 Invitation

Within the project MEMBER we have organised a webinar to present the latest results on the modelling , design and scale-up of membrane based processes for CO2 capture. The booklet with the presentation is now available. You can download the booklet here.

 

International Workshop on CO2 Capture and Utilization

TU/e - Eindhoven, The Netherlands, February 16th-17th, 2021

 Invitation

We are please to invite you to the international workshop on “CO2 capture and Utilization”. This public workshop has been organised by 11 EC funded project working in the field of CO2 capture and/or utilization. Detail information on the workshop can be found at the following web page: https://www.iwccu.org/index.php.

Both the booklet with the presentations and the recorded presentations are now available online. You can download the booklet here and you can find the playlist at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14JUWEBsOzI&list=PLHN59zhgiixeS7xxcurz7r....

 

 

Workshop on membrane processes for CO2 capture

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, January 15th, 2020

 Invitation

We are pleased to invite you to the 1st Workshop of the MEMBER Project.

The H2020 funded project MEMBER aims at decreasing the cost of CO2 capture on different processes. The main challenge of including CCUS in power generation or other industrial sectors is related to the energy consumed by the separation processes needed to achieve low carbon emissions (e.g. heat for solvent regeneration). This energy requirement is the major reason for the reduced overall net efficiencies. In order to reduce this energy penalty, MEMBER will scale-up and manufacture advanced materials and prove their added value in terms of sustainability and performance. It targets three advanced solutions based on: Innovative MOF -MMMs for pre- and post- combustion CO2 capture in power plants, and an intensified reforming process combining high temperature solid CO2 sorbent and dense Pd membranes for pure H2 production with integrated CO2 capture (MA-SER).

This special dissemination workshop will focus on fundamental membrane-related science, process design and applications related to CO2 capture in industry. Lectures are given by scientists of both academia and industry. A poster session for all participants and a lab visit is also included.

This workshop continues the previous workshops series on membranes and membrane reactors organized by European Projects. The first workshop was organised back in November 2012 (Italy). The second workshop was held in April 2015 in the Netherlands and the third was held in March 2017 in Verona (Italy). More information on the last workshop can be found in the FluidCELL website.

Program

Full program can be downloaded at the following file: Agenda MEMBER Workshop_15Jan2020.pdf

Presentations

The Booklet of the public presentation could be downloaded at the following link: MEMBER-Workshop-Membrane-Processes for CO2 Capture-15012020-final.pdf

Important dates

Deadline for registration: December 31st, 2019

Workshop: January 15th, 2020

Registration

Attendants should register filling in the attached file: MEMBER_FirstName_FamillyName.docx and sending it at the following email: MEMBERWorkshop2019@tecnalia.com

Participation to the workshop is free of charge. Any participant is invited to bring a poster.

Venue

The Conference will take place at Eindhoven University of Technology, building Auditorium, room 4.