The Greener Manufacturing Show is the must-attend event for any sustainability-focused company looking to design and manufacture their products from more sustainable materials, limit and eliminate the use of toxic chemicals, and reduce the impact of their industrial and manufacturing processes on the environment and global climate change. Source

Life-Cycle Assessment of Innovative Solar-Based Methane/Carbon Monoxide Production Process Giorgio Bonvicini*1, Pasquale Pinto1, Sara Abd Alla1, Andrea Pestarino1, Kai Risthaus2, Jonathan van den Ham3, Nicole Meulendijks3, Pascal Buskens3   1 RINA Consulting S.p.A. – Via A. Cecchi, 6 – 16129 Genova, Italy 2 Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt (German Aerospace Center) - DLR, Institute of

This year we will be at Gastech (Singapore, 23 September). A relevant event for our project. The exhibition venue will offer space to showcase the latest innovations in natural gas and LNG, hydrogen, low-carbon solutions and climate technology. Supported by more than 20 country pavilions, the exhibition will have an

In the SPOTLIGHT project, a reactor equipped with a plasmonic catalyst to produce either methane or carbon monoxide is being developed for operation under concentrated sunlight. The SPOTLIGHT consortium will test a prototype in the solar furnace at DLR in Cologne, Germany. Here, a heliostat reflects sunlight upon a concentrator, which

ChemPhotoChem is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal that covers pure and applied photochemistry. It is published by Wiley-VCH on behalf of Chemistry Europe. The journal publishes original research covering topics such as photovoltaics, photopharmacology, imaging, analytical chemistry, and synthesis. We are glad to share with you that we are on the Front Cover! Check out our publication! Our project use optical

The preparation of Ru nanoparticles supported on γ-Al2O3 followed by chemical reduction using RuCl3 as a precursor is demonstrated, and their properties are compared to Ru nanoparticles supported on γ-Al2O3 prepared by impregnation of γ-Al2O3 with Ru3(CO)12 and subsequent thermal decomposition. The Ru nanoparticles resulting from chemical reduction of RuCl3 are slightly larger (1.2 vs. 0.8