Area of implementation: Greece (all regions), Italy (all regions)
Duration: 48 months (01/10/2021-30/09/2025)
Project Budget: 3,888,985 Euro
EC Funding: 2,138,941 Euro (55.00%)
About Our Aim
LIFE CO2toCH4 aims at developing and demonstrating an innovative, integrated, and sustainable industrial process for simultaneous energy storage and CO2 capture and utilization (CCU). The ultimate goal of the project is to construct, test and operate (TRL8) a smart mobile unit for hybrid energy storage able to be installed in remote energy systems that commonly have low capacity (e.g., remote areas or islands that are not interconnected with the central energy grid). The technology relies on the fact that the RES (Renewable Energy Sources) will be used for water electrolysis, and subsequently the produced H2 will be biologically converted into methane (as a non-fossil biofuel) together with CO2 from exhaust gasses.
The project is co-funded by LIFE
The project is co-funded by LIFE, the EU’s financial instrument supporting environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects throughout the EU.
The project is co-funded by Green Fund
Our Project is also part of the LIFE projects that are co-Funded by the Green Fund. The project team would like to thank the Green Fund for co-funding the NTUA activities. More specifically, according to the Decision Number 242.4/2022 of the Management Board of the Green Fund, the amount of 40,000 Euro was approved for the year 2022.
The project team would like to thank the Green Fund for co-funding the ELGO-DIMITRA activities. More specifically, according to the Decision Number 265.10/2023 of the Management Board of the Green Fund, the amount of 10,000 Euro was approved for the year 2023.
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