A European Research & Innovation Project

C2FUEL project aims to develop energy-efficient, economically and environmentally viable CO2 conversion technologies for the displacement of fossils fuels emission through a concept of industrial symbiosis between carbon intensive industries, power production, and local economy. Running for four years from 2019 to 2023, C2FUEL partnership gathers the whole value chain necessary for CO2 conversion into  carbon-captured energy carriers : carbon captured supply, renewable hydrogen and fuel development, integration to power plant and operation, so as end-users and international promoters. The concept will be demonstrated at Dunkirk between DK6 combined cycle power plant, Arcelor Mittal steel factory and one of the major European harbor, a showcase for future replication. The project has received €4m of funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 838014.

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February 7, 2023

CO2 conversion to DME: techno-economic analysis

Discover the last paper of TU/e in collaboration with ENGIE, on “Techno-economic assessment of the one-step CO2 conversion to dimethyl ether in a membrane-assisted process” published in Journal of CO2 utilization”! Authors: Serena Poto, Thomas Vink, Pierre Oliver, Fausto Gallucci, M. Fernanda Neira d’Angel Journal of CO2 Utilization, Volume 69, March 2023, 102419 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcou.2023.102419 Abstract This

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February 3, 2023

Steel-off gases pre-treatment unit design

The public deliverable linked to the Steel-off gases pre-treatment unit design is available on our website! Please download the document to know more on the design of the Blast Furnace Gas pretreatment system located upstream the carbon capture and conditioning unit, where CO2 is removed by absorption with an amine based solvent and sent to

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December 13, 2022

1000 hours of CO2 capture and regeneration from blast furnace gas achieved!

C2FUEL is happy to announce, after minor technical difficulties and a global pandemic, that the first 1000-hour degradation campaign of a CO2 capture solvent (30wt% MEA) with industrial blast-furnace gas has been achieved. The demonstration – using a minipilot conceived by ENGIE Lab CRIGEN and CNRS-LRGP – was conducted on the DK6 site in Dunkirk,

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