Early this month, our TAKE-OFF project has been included in the latest IEAGHG’s newsletter and it was described as a promising solution to enable the development and industrial validation of the complete technology chain from CO2 to SAF.
The special section dedicated to our project does not only gives IEAGHG’s stakeholders a big-picture view of the entire project, its main objectives and the consortium but it also analyses the two different process routes that lead to the direct conversion of CO2 and H2 to ethylene and other light olefins.
The IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG) was funded in 1991 and represents an autonomous and independent framework within the International Energy Agency (IEA) network. Its main goal is to assess the role that technologies can play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions from both the power system and from industrial processes. The primary technologies of focus are for carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) and carbon capture and storage (CCUS). Against this context, IEAGHG works internationally to facilitate the development and deployment of CCU and CCS technologies.