The consortium merges the skills of 2 research organisations, 3 universities, 2 SME, 1 non-profit organisation and 2 industries. The project is led by CEA-Institute of new energy and nanomaterials. Italcementi-CTG-SPA, GDF-Suez Energy Romania and Chemie-Cluster Bayern will bring respectively their expertise in CO2 emissions, CH4 injection and transportation, and on methanol use for the fine chemical industry. They also contribute to the techno-economic and environmental assessments. Instituto Superior Técnico, Fundacio Institut De Recerca De L' energia De Catalunya, and OMNIDEA will develop advanced catalysts and also contribute to electrochemical process development. University of Pierre & Marie Curie, CEA-Institute of new energy and nanomaterials, Fundacio Institut De Recerca De L' energia De Catalunya, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa will develop electro-catalytic processes. CEA assisted by the consortium will implement the prototype. European Materials Research Society and Chemie-Cluster Bayern will ensure the dissemination of the CEOPS concept and results.

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