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Our member TNO and Technische Universiteit Delft (TU Delft) have recently announced their e-Chem partnership will be taking a step further by constructing a clean factory of the future.

The research programme, aimed at accelerating the process of making the chemical industry more sustainable, will now see the construction of large-scale installations that will convert CO2 from the air into three basic building blocks for the chemical industry using electrolysis on an industrial scale and at competitive prices: methanol, ethylene and kerosene.

Both TNO and TU Delft urge other academic and industrial partners to join the programme.

More on e-Chem and how to join the programme here.