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CO2 Value Europe has recently welcomed Universidad Loyola Andalucía (Loyola University Andalusia) as a member of its dynamic and rapidly growing community active in developing Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) technology across Europe.

Through its research and innovation, Universidad Loyola Andalucía aims to collaborate in the creation of a humane, fair, and respectful world of tomorrow.

Against this context, the university’s Materials and Sustainability Research Group is involved in several projects related to Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU). Its core activity lies in the design and testing of advanced materials, catalysts, and processes for CO2 capture and its conversion into valuable products through both chemical and electrochemical processes; innovative routes for the catalytic conversion of biomass into fuels and chemicals and renewable hydrogen production; virtual material design for sustainable applications.

Universidad Loyola Andalucía’s Current activities, projects and partnerships related to CCU:

🟢 Generation and storage of energy with negative CO2 emissions (CO2-FREE), funded by Junta de Andalucia.

🟢 Production of carbohydrates and value products from CO2.

🟢 Recovery of CO2 and ash/slag from biomass and MSW (ATRIC 4.0 project, in collaboration with ACCIONA).

In addition, the research group’s members are active in different scientific publications about CCU:

🟢 Carlos Ortiz

🟢 Juan Carlos Serrano

For more info, please visit Universidad Loyola Andalucía‘s website.