C2V – Carbon2Value

  • Status
  • Start date
    January 1, 2017
  • Runtime
    48 months
  • Contact
    Geoffrey Schouten
  • Project leader
  • Wim van der Stricht
  • ArcelorMittal

Innovative CO2 separation technology aims to reduce emissions in steel industry

The Carbon2Value project revolves around an innovative technology with the potential to  reduce CO2 emissions across the major energy intensive steel sector by 30-45%. The consortium aims to use the technology to separate CO2 streams and valorize CO and potentially CO2 in the future. Two valorization routes will be studied during the project, i.e. ethanol as a drop-in transportation fuel and synthetic naphtha as a drop-in chemical building block.

The Carbon2Value consortium consists of five partners and ArcelorMittal as project leader. For more information, visit the Carbon2Value website or contact us.

Grant provider

Carbon2Value has received funding from the Interreg 2 Seas programme 2014-2020 co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund under subsidy contract Carbon2Value2S01-094.

Sustainable development goals

This project contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Project partners

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