CO2 as a sustainable carbon source - ways to industrial use (CO2-WIN)
Within the BMBF funding measure "CO2 as a sustainable carbon source - ways to industrial use (CO2-WIN)", research projects are funded that support different parties in the use of CO2 as a raw material in chemical and other applications. This is intended to reduce dependence on imported raw materials on the one hand and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on the other.
Under the direction of DECHEMA, DIN is part of the accompanying networking and transfer project "CO2-WIN Connect" together with the University of Kassel and IASS Potsdam. The aim of this accompanying project is to achieve better networking between the funded projects. In addition, further stakeholders at national level are to be involved, and links to European projects, initiatives (SusChem and SPIRE) and networks (CO2Chem) are to be established. For this purpose, CO2-WIN Connect organizes events and bundles the external communication of the BMBF funding measure. In addition, research results are evaluated with regard to achievable resource efficiency, emission reduction and economic implementation potentials and limiting factors for the acceptance regarding the use of CO2 are identified.
DIN supports the projects of the funding measure with regard to all questions of standardization.
Projects included: 12
Link to the project website: CO2-utilization
- DECHEMA Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
- University of Kassel - Center for Environmental Systems Research
- IASS Potsdam - Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
Project duration: 01.01.2020 - 30.06.2023
Project funding: Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under coordination of the PtJ
Project number: 033RC016D
Call for proposals: Research for Sustainable Development - FONA³ (Link)