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Progetti Europei Horizon 2020 legati alle tecnologie CCU - Alessandra Monero (RINA Consulting)

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L'intervento di Alessandra Monero (RINA Consulting) in occasione dell'evento "La cattura dell’anidride carbonica ed il suo utilizzo: tecnologie ed economia per una transizione energetica sostenibile" che si è tenuto a Cagliari il 15 aprile 2019.

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Progetti Europei Horizon 2020 legati alle tecnologie CCU - Alessandra Monero (RINA Consulting)

  1. 1. La cattura dell’anidride carbonica ed il suo utilizzo: Tecnologia ed economia per una transizione energetica sostenibile Chair: Alberto Varone, CRS4 Alessandro Bianchi, managing director of NE Nomisma Alessandra Monero, Head of R&D Opportunity Management at RINA Consulting Alberto Pettinau, scientific director of Sotacarbo Vito Pignatelli, head of ENEA's Biomass and Biotechnology for Energy laboratory
  2. 2. 406.29 CO2 trend over the centuries CCUS Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Progetti Europei Horizon 2020 legati alle tecnologie CCU e CCS Alessandra Monero, RINA Consulting S.p.A.
  3. 3. RINA fornisce un’ampia gamma di servizi nei settori Energia, Marine, Certificazione, Infrastrutture e Trasporti, Industry Molto attiva in Horizon 2020 con più di 80 progetti acquisiti Da Ottobre 2018 affianca Sardegna Ricerche nella promozione dei Programmi Europei di ricerca, sviluppo e innovazione, fornendo: Servizi di Consulenza Tecnica Specialistica a supporto dello Sportello Ricerca Europea nella programmazione europea (2014–2020) Chi siamo
  4. 4. ‘Carbon Capture and Utilization’ per la riduzione delle emissioni di CO2: tema attuale e di grande interesse a livello internazionale Conferenza sul clima di Parigi (COP21 del dicembre 2015): primo accordo universale e giuridicamente vincolante sul clima mondiale (Accordo di Parigi) adottato da 195 paesi Piano d’azione globale atto a scongiurare cambiamenti climatici rischiosi per il pianeta Limitazione del riscaldamento globale ben al di sotto dei 2ºC L’Unione Europea è stata in prima linea negli sforzi internazionali tesi a raggiungere un accordo globale sul clima e sta adottando importanti misure per attuare il suo obiettivo di ridurre le emissioni: almeno del 40% entro il 2030 almeno del 80% entro il 2050 Tra le misure: adozione delle soluzioni scientifiche più avanzate disponibili Background
  5. 5. Tra le possibili soluzioni, le tecnologie per ‘Carbon Capture and Utilisation’, che includono: cattura della CO2 (e purificazione laddove necessario) conversione in prodotti caratterizzati da valore commerciale, i.e.:  combustibili  altri composti chimici (diversi dai combustibili)  materiali Background Effettivo potenziale tuttora oggetto di dibattito politico! La Commissione Europea ha richiesto l’intervento del ‘Scientific Advice Mechanism (SAM)’, il quale ha pubblicato la sua opinione scientifica (e le sue raccomandazioni), il 28 Maggio 2018 Nel frattempo sta finanziando diverse azioni di ricerca, sviluppo e innovazione con l’intento di creare solide basi tecniche ed economiche che possano dare risposta ai quesiti di carattere tecnico, economico ed ambientale tuttora aperti
  6. 6. Diversi progetti finanziati in FP7 (budget > 60 mil EUR): e.g. CARENA, CYCLICCO2R, ECO2CO2, CEOPS, SUNBIOPATH, GIAVAP, D-FACTORY, BISIGODOS, MIRACLES, DIRECTFUEL, DEMA, FUEL4ME, SOLAR-JET In Horizon 2020, approccio che integra ricerca di base (ERC) con attività di carattere dimostrativo (progetti collaborativi) Ricerca di base (ERC): SYBORG, HyMAP, COFLeaf, 3MC, Progetti collaborativi: Linea di finanziamento dedicata nell’ambito delle Call Low-Carbon Energy (LCE) integrate da altri Topic in altre Call CCU/S in H2020
  7. 7. Topic H2020 su CCU/S (call LCE) 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 LCE-15-2014-2015: Enabling decarbonisation of the fossil fuel-based power sector and energy intensive industry through CCS LCE-29- 2017: CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS LCE-06- 2017: New knowledge and technologies LCE-24- 2016: International Cooperation with South Korea on new generation high- efficiency capture processes LCE-25- 2016: Utilisation of captured CO2 as feedstock for the process industry LC-SC3-NZE- 1-2018: Advanced CO2 capture technologies CE-SC3-NZE- 2-2018: Conversion of captured CO2 LC-SC3-NZE- 3-2018: Strategic planning for CCUS development LC-SC3-NZE-5-2019- 2020: Low carbon industrial production using CCUS LC-SC3-NZE-6-2020: Geological Storage Pilots 2020
  8. 8. CEMCAP (CO2 capture from cement production) Advance oxyfuel capture technology and three fundamentally different post combustion capture technologies Identify the capture technologies with the greatest potential for retrofitting and assess related techno-economics Consortium: SINTEF Energi AS (Coordinator); European Cement Research Academy GMBH; GE Carbon Capture GMBH; GE Power Sweden AB; Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek TNO; C.T.G. SPA; NORCEM AS; IKN GMBH Ingenieurburo-Kuhlerbau- Neustadt; Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG; Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich; Universitaet Stuttgart; Politecnico di Milano; Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas; VDZ gGmbH; HeidelbergCement AG; Italcementi Fabbriche Riunite Cemento Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2.3. - Develop competitive and environmentally safe technologies for CO2 capture, transport, storage and re-use Topic: LCE-15-2014 - Enabling decarbonisation of the fossil fuel-based power sector and energy intensive industry through CCS Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 641185 Start: 1 May 2015 End: 31 Oct 2018 EU contrib.: 8,78 MEUR
  9. 9. STEPWISE (SEWGS Technology Platform for cost effective CO2 reduction the in the Iron and Steel Industry) Solid sorption technology for CO2 capture from fuel gases in combination with water-gas shift and acid gas removal Scale up technology for CO2 capture from Blast Furnace Gases Construction and operation of a pilot test installation at a blast furnace site to reach TRL 6 Consortium: Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschap- pelijk Onderzoek TNO (Coordinator); Swerim AB; Universitatea Babes Bolyai; Johnson Matthey PLC; SSAB EMEA AB; Politecnico di Milano; Kisuma Chemicals BV; AMEC Foster Wheeler Italiana SRL; TATA Steel Uk Consulting Limited Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2.3. - Develop competitive and environmentally safe technologies for CO2 capture, transport, storage and re-use Topic: LCE-15-2014 - Enabling decarbonisation of the fossil fuel-based power sector and energy intensive industry through CCS Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 640769 Start: 1 May 2015 End: 30 Apr 2019 EU contrib.: 12,97 MEUR
  10. 10. LEILAC (Low Emissions Intensity Lime and Cement) Develop, build and operate a 240 tonne per day pilot plant demonstrating Direct Separation Calcining technology which will capture >95% of process CO2 emissions Consortium: CALIX (Europe) Limited (Coordinator); HeidelbergCement AG; CEMEX Research Group AG; Tarmac Trading Limited; Lhoist Recherche et Developpement SA; AMEC Foster Wheeler Energy Limited; CALIX LTD; Stichting Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland; Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine; Process Systems Enterprise Limited; QUANTIS; The Carbon Trust Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2.3. - Develop competitive and environmentally safe technologies for CO2 capture, transport, storage and re-use Topic: LCE-15-2015 - Enabling decarbonisation of the fossil fuel-based power sector and energy intensive industry through CCS Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 654465 Start: 1 Jan 2016 End: 31 Dec 2020 EU contrib.: 11,93 MEUR
  11. 11. CHEERS (Chinese-European Emission-Reducing Solutions)  Advance and demonstrate, at system-prototype level (TRL 7; 3 MWth), an innovative 2nd generation CCS technology, chemical-looping combustion with integrated CO2 capture (CLC-CCS) Consortium: SINTEF Energi AS (Coordinator); IFP Energies nouvelles; Tsinghua University; Stiftelsen SINTEF; TOTAL Raffinage Chimie SA; Dongfang Boiler Group CO LTD; Zhejiang University; Politechnika Slaska; Bellona Europa AISBL  Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply  Topic: LCE-29-2017 - CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 764697 Start: 1 Oct 2017 End: 30 Sep 2022 EU contrib.: 9,73 MEUR
  12. 12. CLEANKER (CLEAN clinKER production by Calcium looping process) Calcium looping (CaL) is one of the most promising technologies for CO2 capture in cement plants - 2 basic steps: (1) “carbonation” of CaO to form CaCO3 in an entrained-flow carbonator (the CO2 absorber); (2) oxyfuel calcination in an entrained-flow oxyfuel calciner (the sorbent regenerator), which makes the CaO available again and generates a gas stream of nearly-pure CO2 Demonstrate at TRL7 the CaL concept in a configuration highly integrated with the cement production process Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 764816 Start: 1 Oct 2017 End: 30 Sep 2021 EU contrib.: 8,97 MEUR Consortium: Laboratorio Energia Ambiente Piacenza (Coordinator); Buzzi Unicem SPA; Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas; Italcementi Fabbriche Riunite Cemento SPA; IKN GMBH Ingenieurburo-Kuhlerbau-Neustadt; Lappeenrannan- Lahden Teknillinen Yliopisto Lut; Politecnico di Milano; Quantis; Tallinna Tehnikaulikool; Tsinghua University; Universitaet Stuttgart; VDZ gGmbH; Amici della Terra Onlus Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply Topic: LCE-29-2017 - CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS
  13. 13. FReSMe (From residual steel gasses to methanol) Demonstrate the production of methanol from CO2, recovered from an industrial Blast Furnace, and H2, recovered both from the blast furnace gas itself, as well as produced by electrolysis The use of the methanol will be demonstrated in ship transportation Consortium: I-DEALS Innovation & Technology Venturing Services SL (Coordinator); Stichting Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland; Swerim AB; CRI EHF; Kemijski Institut; Universitatea Babes Bolyai; SSAB Emea AB; Stena Rederi AB; Kisuma Chemicals BV; TATA Steel Nederland Technology BV; Array Industries BV; Politecnico di Milano Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply Topic: LCE-25-2016 - Utilisation of captured CO2 as feedstock for the process industry Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 727504 Start: 1 Nov 2016 End: 31 Oct 2020 EU contrib.: 11,41 MEUR
  14. 14. eForFuel (Fuels from electricity: de novo metabolic conversion of electrochemically produced formate into hydrocarbons)  Develop an industrial biotechnology solution that uses electricity and microorganisms to convert CO2 into hydrocarbons  Within an integrated electrobioreactor, CO2 is reduced to formic acid, which is then consumed by an engineered E. coli to produce propane and isobutene Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 763911 Start: 1 Mar 2018 End: 28 Feb 2022 EU contrib.: 4,12 MEUR Consortium: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Forderung der Wissenschaften EV (Coordinator); Universitaet Stuttgart; Universidad de Alicante; SINTEF AS; Commissariat a l‘Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives; Weizmann Institute of Science LTD; Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine; Altar; Global Bioenergies; C3 Bio-technologies Limited; Arcelormittal Belgium NV; IFEU - Institut fur Energie und Umweltforschung Heidelberg GMBH; Biofaction KG; IN SRL Programmes: H2020-EU.3.3.5. - New knowledge and technologies; H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply; H2020-EU.3.3.3. - Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources Topic: LCE-06-2017 - New knowledge and technologies
  15. 15. NanoMEMC2 (NanoMaterials Enhanced Membranes for Carbon Capture) Develop innovative CO2 selective membranes with high flux and selectivity suitable for application to both Pre and Post- combustion Capture processes New generation of Facilitated Transport Mixed Matrix (FTMM) membranes - Graphene based nanosheets and cellulose nanofibres and their possible modification to improve polymer compatibility and affinity with CO2 Consortium: Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna (Coordinator); University of Edinburgh; Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet NTNU; University of Sheffield; BP International Ltd; Colacem SPA; Fujifilm Manufacturing Europe BV; Supren GMBH; GNext S.A.S. di Simone Ligi & C; Inofib SAS; CiaoTech Srl; Graphene-xt SRL Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply Topic: LCE-24-2016 - International Cooperation with South Korea on new generation high-efficiency capture processes Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 727734 Start: 1 Oct 2016 End: 30 Sep 2019 EU contrib.: 4,99 MEUR
  16. 16. GRAMOFON (New process for efficient CO2 capture by innovative adsorbents based on modified graphene aerogels and MOF materials) develop and protoype a new energy and cost-competitive dry separation process for post-combustion CO2 capture based on innovative hybrid porous solids Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and Graphene Oxide nanostructures optimize the CO2 desorption process by Microwave Swing Desorption (MSD) and Joule effect Consortium: AIMPLAS - Asociacion de Investigacion de Materiales Plasticos y Conexas (Coordinator); Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS; Universite de Mons; Fraunhofer Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Angewandten Forschung E.V.; Graphenea SA; Process Design Center BV; Teledyne E2V Limited; MOF Technologies Limited; Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply Topic: LCE-24-2016 - International Cooperation with South Korea on new generation high-efficiency capture processes Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 727619 Start: 1 Oct 2016 End: 31 Mar 2020 EU contrib.: 4,27 MEUR
  17. 17. ROLINCAP (Systematic Design and Testing of Advanced Rotating Packed Bed Processes and Phase- Change Solvents for Intensified Post-Combustion CO2 Capture) search, identify and test novel phase-change solvents, including aqueous and non-aqueous options, as well as phase-change packed bed and Rotating Packed Bed processes for post- combustion CO2 capture Consortium: Ethniko Kentro Erevnas kai Technologikis Anaptyxis (Coordinator); Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine; University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola AB; University of Sheffield; Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Process Systems Enterprise Limited; Julius Montz GMBH; CAO Hellas Makedoniki Asvestopoiia Anonimi Etairia Paragogis kai Emporias Asvestoy kai Loipon Domikoichimikon Ilon; COWI AB; Elpedison Paragogi Ilektrikis Energeias AE Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply Topic: LCE-24-2016 - International Cooperation with South Korea on new generation high-efficiency capture processes Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 727503 Start: 1 Oct 2016 End: 30 Sep 2019 EU contrib.: 3,09 MEUR
  18. 18. LC-SC3-NZE-5-2019-2020 - Low carbon industrial production using CCUS Type of Action: Innovation action; Deadline Model: single-stage; Deadline: 27 Aug 2019 Scope (extract):  Projects will focus on integrating CO2 capture in industrial installations, whilst addressing the full CCUS chain  Projects will elaborate a detailed plan on how to use the results, i.e. the subsequent transport, utilisation and/or underground storage of the captured CO2  Important aspects to address are of technical (e.g. the optimised integration of capture plant with industrial processes; scalability; CO2 purity), safety (e.g. during transportation and storage), financial (e.g. cost of capture; cost of integration) and strategic nature (e.g. business models; operation and logistics of industrial clusters and networks) LC-SC3-NZE-6-2020: Geological Storage Pilots Yet to be published Nuovi Topic H2020 su CCU/S
  19. 19. Altri Topic H2020 su CCU/S 2020  LCE-11-2014 - Developing next generation technologies for biofuels and sustainable alternative fuels  LCE-12-2014 - Demonstrating advanced biofuel technologies  BIOTEC-5-2017 - Microbial platforms for CO2 reuse processes in the low- carbon economy  NMBP-20-2017 - High-performance materials for optimizing carbon dioxide capture Oltre a diversi topic nella PPP SPIRE:  SPIRE-02-2014 - Adaptable industrial processes allowing the use of renewables as flexible feedstock for chemical and energy applications  SPIRE-8-2017: Carbon dioxide utilisation to produce added value chemicals
  20. 20. Photofuel (Biocatalytic solar fuels for sustainable mobility in Europe) Advance biocatalytic production of alternative liquid transportation fuels from CO2 and water (using microbial cells and sunlight) Consortium: VOLKSWAGEN AG (Coordinator); Uppsala Universitet; Universitaet Bielefeld; Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine; Università degli Studi di Firenze; A4F Algafuel SA; IFP Energies Nouvelles; Neste OYJ; Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie; Centro Ricerche FIAT SCPA; Volvo Technology AB; Syncom Forschungs- und Entwicklungsberatung GmbH Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.3.1. – Make bio-energy more competitive and sustainable Topic: LCE-11-2014 - Developing next generation technologies for biofuels and sustainable alternative fuels Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 640720 Start: 1 May 2015 End: 30 Jun 2020 EU contrib.: 5,99 MEUR
  21. 21. STEELANOL (Production of sustainable, advanced bio- ethanol through an innovative gas-fermentation process using exhaust gases emitted in the steel industry) Production of ethanol via bio-catalytic gas-fermentation Consortium: Arcelormittal Belgium BV (Coordinator); Arcelormittal Maizieres Research SA; Primetals Technologies Austria GmbH; Lanzatech UK LTD; E4Tech (UK) LTD Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.3.1. – Make bio-energy more competitive and sustainable Topic: LCE-12-2014 - Demonstrating advanced biofuel technologies Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 656437 Start: 1 May 2015 End: 31 Oct 2018 EU contrib.: 10,12 MEUR
  22. 22. MefCO2 (Synthesis of methanol from captured carbon dioxide using surplus electricity) Demonstration of an existing carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technology at a coal-fired energy plant in Germany Technology captures CO2 and combines it with hydrogen in a process powered by surplus/renewable energy to produce methanol Consortium: I-DEALS Innovation & Technology Venturing Services SL (Coordinator); Kemijski Institut; Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GMBH; Cardiff University; CRI EHF; Università degli Studi di Genova; Hydrogenics Europe NV; Universitaet Duisburg-Essen; RWE Power AG Programme: H2020-EU.2.1.5.3. - Sustainable, resource-efficient and low-carbon technologies in energy-intensive process industries Topic: SPIRE-02-2014 - Adaptable industrial processes allowing the use of renewables as flexible feedstock for chemical and energy applications Progetti H2020 su CCU/S Grant agreement ID: 637016 Start: 1 Dec 2014 End: 30 Jun 2019 EU contrib.: 8,62 MEUR
  23. 23. 406.29 CO2 trend over the centuries Grazie per l’attenzione Alessandra Monero, RINA Consulting S.p.A. (alessandra.monero@rina.org)

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