Adaptable Reactors for Resource- and Energy-Efficient Methane Valorisation

ADREM’s main goal is the development of a highly innovative, economically attactive and rescource- and energy-efficient valorisation process of variable methane feedstocks to higher hydrocarbons and liquid fuels.

ADREM is dedicated to innovation in resource and energy efficiency in process industries. In four years, a consortium of 10 European organizations, led by TU Delft, will focus on the development of new and intensified adaptable catalytic reactor systems for flexible and decentralized production at high process performance. The reactors should be able to operate with changing feedstock compositions and deliver on-demand the required product distribution by switching selected operational parameters and/or changing modular catalyst cartridges. In the long term, the reactors are expected to operate energy- and emission-lean using green electricity as the direct, primary energy source.

Project coordinator: Delft University of Technology

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 680777.



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