The GreenWedge project helps SMEs actively market their sustainable technology.
This project creates greenfield conceptual design packages for contact and convective drying of a full scale. In addition, it focuses on establishing a fully heat pump integrated drying process, including...
SPOT (Sustainable PrOcess) aims to reduce the use of fossil energy use for industrial heat with at least 100 PJ/year in 2030.
Industrial ammonia production is energy intensive and has a huge footprint. A plasma integrated water electrolyser provides an ecologically clean alternative process to Haber-Bosch.
Engender works on an energy efficient drying method of foods. Expected energy savings are estimated up to 30%.
Wet compression allows for close to isothermal conditions during compression resulting in higher compression isentropic efficiencies. It further prevents operation in the superheating zone of the working fluids of heat...
The ECWRTI project is about closing the waterloop in the textile industry.
The plastic recycling process today has losses and emissions, such as microplastics, inks and incorrectly sorted plastics. This prevents us of closing the plastic cycle.
Plantics-GX composites can replace conventional, fossil-based plastic composites.
Calmem concerns nano manufactured ceramic membranes that can supersede distillation columns for energy saving in the Netherlands.
The aim of the EAMS project is to: Application New or improved affinity separation options for selected cases: extractive distillation and (reactive) liquid-liquid extraction.
R-ACES aims to turn high-potential, high-impact industrial clusters into eco-regions with at least 10% reduction in emissions in smart energy.
Cell-U-Value developed and utilized the capabilities of tertiary cellulose as a feedstock for biobased and sustainable chemicals to its fullest potential.
In this project we investigate DC-DC connections for large-scale green hydrogen plants to address space constraints, reduce investment costs (up to 25%), and mitigate significant electricity losses compared to traditional...
Centrifugal contactors, such as RPBs, could provide significant improvement of separation processes in the chemical industry. This technology seems potentially suitable for replacing or debottlenecking current unit operations which suffer...
The Provides initiative aims to make the paper industry more sustainable by developing Deep Eutectic Solvents (DES).
The ZERO BRINE project combines technologies to recover products of high quality and sufficient purity from brine.
Biorefinery enables the production of healthy ingredients and the recovery of valuable components (i.e. proteins) out of process streams.
BEAP helps SMEs make contact with industries, localize and develop their technologies to suite the specific needs of Dutch industrial partners.
HOPy wants to find a solution that mitigates the environmental impact of plastic waste and taps into its potential as a resource for creating new materials.
Improved daily operations of important chemical processes in the Dutch chemical industry through operation technology based on detailed physical models. Incentive Being able to anticipate what a chemical process is...
Project Energy Efficient Protein Transition (EProTrans) investigates the processing of several mixed plant-based streams to produce plant-based proteins.
In the Sussic project, atomic layer deposition (ALD) will be used for the development of SiC NF membranes, allowing treatment of challenging industrial streams.
Innovative CO2 separation technology aims to reduce emissions in steel industry. This project revolves around an innovative technology with the potential to reduce CO2 emissions across the major energy intensive...