The NANOMEMC2 project is a research and innovation action of Horizon 2020 funded under the topic LCE-24-2016 “International cooperation with South Korea on new generation high-efficiency capture processes”.
It aims at reducing the cost, energy and process limitations which currently make pre and post-combustion CO2 capture processes non-viable in many industrial applications. Through the development of innovative materials, membranes and membrane processes for CO2 capture, the project aims to make possible a substantial reduction in energy penalty, a much lower cost and a reduction of CO2 emissions.

This will allow for a radical step change in the deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies across EU industry, unleashing its potential for significant CO2 emissions savings, which are key to reaching European targets for a more sustainable industry. In doing so, the project will seek strong collaboration with Korean counterparts on the basis of a common research path and strategy.

NEWS & EVENTS

Invited talk at CFCEES 2018
Prof Maria Grazia De Angelis, from NANOMEMC2 partner UNIBO, gave an invited talk at the 1st Cutting Edge Symposium on the Current and Future Challenges of Energy Efficient Separation (CFCEES 2018), with title "Membranes for [...]