E-TANDEM Stakeholder Board meeting

11 March 2024

The E-TANDEM project held its first e-meeting with the Stakeholder Board, marking a significant stride in advancing syngas conversion technology. The meeting, which took place on the 11th of March, brought together esteemed members of the Stakeholder Board along with consortium partners, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange.

The Stakeholder Board comprised prominent figures from various sectors, including:

  • Wim Verstappen from Carbyon
  • Beat von Rotz representing WinGD Ltd.
  • Sonja Kouva from Neste
  • Raphaël Le Gall representing TotalEnergies
  • Tobias Block representing the eFuel Alliance

Led by Gonzalo Prieto from CSIC, the project coordinator, the meeting featured presentations on the latest project results. Gonzalo Prieto provided insights into cutting-edge developments within the E-TANDEM project, showcasing advancements in the co-SOE and tandem syngas conversion process.

Throughout the session, discussions spanned a range of crucial topics, including system material compatibility, life cycle assessment (LCA), and techno-economic analysis (TEA) frameworks. The interactive dialogue facilitated by the Stakeholder Board offered valuable perspectives and insights, paving the way for informed decision-making and strategic planning.

A special thanks to both the Stakeholder Board and consortium partners for their active participation! The meeting concluded on a note of optimism, underscoring the collective commitment to driving innovation and sustainability in syngas conversion technology.

As the E-TANDEM project continues to chart new frontiers in energy transformation, stakeholders remain integral to its success, embodying a shared vision for a greener, more sustainable future. With collaborative efforts and dedication, the project is poised to make significant strides towards realizing its objectives.

Stay tuned for further updates on the groundbreaking developments unfolding within the E-TANDEM project as it continues to shape the future of syngas conversion technology.

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