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NEXTCCUS Project

Next Generation Electrochemical System for Sustainable Direct CO2 Capture and Utilization/Storage as Clean Solar Fuel 

Overarching Aim

Towards a sustainable energy technology with negative carbon footprint to produce methanol at SATP conditions by developing and scale-up an innovative electrochemical system in order to enable sustainable CO2 capture, direct conversion and storage as liquid fuel.

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Our Goal

To save our planet from global warming, we need to reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions but at the same time prevent depletion of our resources and provide sustainable energy solutions to satisfy the growing energy demand. The technology proposed by NEXTCCUS effectively addresses these challenges utilizing renewable energy to efficiently convert various source of CO2 to methanol under ambient conditions. Methanol is a clean, sustainable liquid fuel that can be stored on a large scale for a long time and used to replace fossil fuels as a means of energy storage, transportation fuel, and feedstock for synthetic hydrocarbons and their products, or even used directly in fuel cells.

NEXTCCUS goal is to deliver methanol on industrial scale in line with carbon circular economy via an innovative electrochemical system for low-energy-consuming, efficient/selective direct and continuous CO2 capture and conversion to methanol working at Standard Ambient Temperature and Pressure (SATP) in a low-cost electrochemical (EC) reactor.

News & Events

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Rotterdam

8-10 Jun 2022

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Online

27 Jul 2022

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Rome

16-18 Jun 2022

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Online

28 Jun 2022

NEXTCCUSPartners

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Consortium as a whole

Shooting Star

NEXTCCUS consortium consist of following partners and linked research groups:

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