Author: GECOS

HIPOWAR

HIghly efficient POwer production by green Ammonia total oxidation in a membrane Reactor The HiPowAR (HIghly efficient POwer production by green Ammonia total oxidation in a membrane Reactor) project aims at developing a power generation system that adopts a novel membrane reactor where ammonia is oxidized at high pressure using oxygen separated from air through…

EASYGO ITN

Geothermal energy will play a key role in the energy transition as part of mitigating climate change. But how to operate a geothermal system in the most efficient and safe manner? This is the most important and urgent question after a geothermal resource has been identified. EASYGO will answer that question from different perspectives, integrating…

Nuove sfide e scenari della transizione energetica

Online seminar “Nuove sfide e scenari della transizione energetica“ On Thursday, October 15th, 2020, Prof. Ennio Macchi (emeritus professor at Politecnico di Milano and founder of the GECOS research group) will moderate an online seminar (in Italian) titled “Nuove sfide e scenari della transizione energetica“, featuring a conversation with Prof. Maurizio Delfanti (RSE) and Prof.…

HiPowAR kick-off meeting

Kick-off for the EU research project HiPowAR: Ammonia as synthetic fuel without CO2 emissions A kick-off meeting at the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP) in Greifswald marked the start of the EU project HiPowAR. Aim of the project is to develop a groundbreaking technology for the direct conversion of energy from renewable…

Alessandro Poluzzi receives EUBCE2020 Student Award

Alessandro Poluzzi receives the EUBCE2020 Student Award We are pleased to announce that Alessandro Poluzzi – PhD Student with the GECOS group – received the Student Award for his contribution titled Techno-Economic Analysis of Flexible Power & Biomass-to-Methanol Plants, in occasion of the 28th EUBCE – European Biomass Conference & Exhibition on 6-9 July 2020. The…

RealiseCCUS

The vision of the project is to support the rapid and large-scale delivery of CCUS technology in the refineries sector – by 2025 – with follow-on projects in place from 2030. We expect to achieve at least a 30% reduction in CO2 capture costs for refineries and a 90% increase in the overall rate of CO2 capture. We aim to do this…

C4U

C4U: Advanced Carbon Capture for steel industries integrated in CCUS Clusters Funded by the European Union H2020 programme, C4U is a holistic interdisciplinary project addressing all the essential elements required for the optimal integration of CO2 capture in the iron and steel industry as part of the CCUS chain. This spans demonstration of two highly…