Recent advancement of the project was discussed. The new equipment and opportunities allow to fully develop the CO2EXIDE project at the ISSP UL. There are three laboratories participating in this project from ISSP UL - Laboratory of Materials for Energy Harvesting and Storage, Laboratory for Computer Modeling of Electronic Structure of Solids and Chemistry Laboratory.
The CO2EXIDE project aims at the development of a combined electrochemical-chemical technology for the production of ethylene oxide from biobased CO2. The CO2EXIDE approach is bringing together physicists, chemists, engineers and dissemination and exploitation experts from five universities/research institutions, three SMEs and two industries, innovatively joining their key technologies to develop and exploit an unprecedented process based on CO2, renewable energy and water to connect the chemical and energy sector.