The world is constantly looking for pathways to sustainable future. One of the biggest issues are increasing CO2 emissions, which are causing the global warming.
Scientists from around the globe developed several technologies enabling us to turn carbon dioxide into usefull products like fuels, building materials, chemicals or polymers. However CO2 utilisation projects still require further research, industry collaboration, funding or policy changes in order to become feasible and well established on the market.
CO2 Reuse Summit aims to explore solutions for carbon dioxide utilization. Science made us realise, we can treat CO2 as a feedstock, not waste. It became useful and valuable for various industries. The topics we cover create a pathway to a sustainable future with lower carbon emissions. The future when we can finally stop the global warming
The 3rd CO2 Reuse Summit, taking place on 27-28 May 2020 in Brussels, will bring together major stakeholders from the industry to highlight the latest developments related to carbon utilisation.
We will discuss key challenges and opportunities when it comes to technology, economics or policy. We invite you to join your peers for 2 days of interactive presentations, case studies and networking sessions. Get involved in building a decarbonised society.
Previous participants include:
Aalborg University | AIMPLAS | Air Liquide | Air Products | Amager Ressourcecenter | Aramco Overseas | ArcelorMittal | Asahi Kasei Corporation | Avantium | AVL | AZOMURES | BASF | Bauhaus-Luftfahrt | Borealis | BorsodChem MCHZ | bse Engineering | Busch | Carbon Engineering | Carbon8 Systems | Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) | Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry | CERTH | Climeworks | CO2 Value Europe | CRM Group | Danish Gas Technology Centre | DECHEMA | Deep Branch Biotechnology | Dillinger | Dow Chemical Company | DTU | EDF | EIfER | Electrochaea | Enabled Future Limited | ENGIE | Eni | EnobraQ | Enstar | Enviro Ambient | ETH Zurich | European Chemical Industry Council – Cefic | European Commission | Exxon Mobil | Fluor | Forschungszentrum Jülich | Frames | Fuchs Petrolub | GM Greenmethane | GRDF | Haldor Topsoe | Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin | Heraeus Deutschland | HiTEP - IEN | Hydrogenics | Hydrogen Valley | ICARE - CNRS | IET Institut für Energietechnik | Innovation Norway | INPEX Corporation | Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies IASS | Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal | Inventys | Iwatani Corporation | Johnson Matthey | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology | KBR | KEITI (Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute) | Kobelco Eco-Solutions | KRICT (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology) | LafargeHolcim | Lappeenranta University of Technology | Lhoist | LyondellBasell | Maringer Consulting Alberta | Mecsek Coal Cluster / Calamites | MicroBio Engineering | Neste Engineering Solutions | New University of Lisbon | Nordex Energy | Nova Institut | Omega Green | PCC ROKITA | Phytonix | Politecnico di Torino | Project Management Jülich | Reliance Industries | Renewables United | Repsol | revis bioenergy | Saipem | Sandia National Laboratories | SARAS | SCG Chemicals | Scrum-consult | SEF | Shell Global Solutions | SIAD | Silica Verfahrenstechnik | Stiftung Ökonomischer Fortschritt | Sulzer Chemtech | Sunfire | Sunredox | SYSADVANCE | Technical University of Denmark | Tecnalia | ThyssenKrupp | Titan Cement Company | TNO | Total Research & Technology | Transportadora de Gas Internacional | TUBE TECH INTERNATIONAL | Twence | Uniper | Unviersity of Birmingham | University of Bristol | University of Oulu | University of Pretoria | University of Southern Denmark | Wacker Chemie | Wermuth Asset Management | Wetsus | VITO | Voith Hydro | VTT | YODFAT ENGINEERS | ZAZ Ventures