CO2 from Waste to Raw Materials: The Carbon-Based Circular Economy

16 November 2016, Marrakesh, Morocco

CO2 can be used as a source of carbon and can be biologically or chemically transformed into new products (organic compounds, chemical building blocks, synthetic fuels, building materials).

“SCOT” the Smart CO2 Transformation project, (FP7 project) explored ways of valorization of CO2 and the potential of Carbon Capture & Utilization (CCU).
Join us and discover why we consider CO2 as a resource and how CCU can be a tangible solutions contributing to the implementation of Paris Agreement, addressing EU’s industrial Renaissance, EU’s competitiveness and responding to Energy and climate objectives.

In short, we invite you to explore:

- CCU as a new abatement technology, creating new value chains & jobs
- The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for Smart CO2 Transformation in Europe and its Joint Action Plan
- Industrial examples by the case of Arcelor Mittal
- Concrete recommendations for decision makers

SPEAKERS (Belgium) :

M. Petitjean, President of GreenWin Innovation Cluster
Ms. Graff, Managing Director of GreenWin Innovation Cluster
M. Buttiens, General Manager Environmental & Climate Change affairs, Arcelor Mittal

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 319995

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