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Closing the loop:
from CO2 to fuel

Direct electrocatalytic conversion of CO2 into chemical energy carriers
in a co-ionic membrane reactor




About Us

Fact & Figures

The project aims to set up a CO2 conversion process using renewable electricity and water steam to directly produce synthetic jet fuels with balanced hydrocarbon distribution (paraffin, olefins and aromatics) to meet the stringent specifications in aviation.

Objectives

Set-up a technology for conversion of CO2, using renewable electricity and water steam, to carbon-neutral synthetic liquid fuels for their use as transport fuel, and in particular as jet fuel, at high energy efficiency, very high CO2 conversion rate and moderate-to-low cost.

Ambition

eCOCO2 Approach

1.- CO2 conversion and utilization: from conventional multi-stage processes to single stage process

2.- Jet fuels: characteristics, main production routes and beyond...

News & Events

Keep up to date with eCOCO2

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4th Workshop of H2020 CCS/CCU and Alternative Fuels projects at INEA, Brussels


The Project Coordinator presented eCOCO2...

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3ª edición del Congreso Aportando Valor al CO2
en Madrid 


José Serra had the opportunity to present the project...

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Technical meeting
at HERA


and visit MSW treatment and biogas plants...

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Consortium

The consortium is formed by well balance of reference research, academic institutions and leader companies.

Our Partners

Challenge


The European Union has set a roadmap for:

1. A transition towards a low carbon energy system that states severe targets for GHG emissions reduction (-20% by 2020, -40% by 2030 and -80/95% by 2050, compared to 1990 levels).

2. Increase in share of renewable energy (20% by 2020, 32.5% by 2030 and around 75% by 2050).

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GHG emissions reduction 2020

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GHG emissions reduction 2030

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GHG emissions reduction 2050

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Increase in share renewable energy 2020

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Increase in share renewable energy 2030

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Increase in share renewable energy 2050

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This project has received European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation funding under grant agreement Nº 838077.

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Contact
Email: ecoco2@ecocoo.eu
Phone: +34 963879448 /
+34 963877809