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Low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production

Deliverables

First social impact analysis

This deliverable reports the results from life cycle and economical assessments D62 providing relevant sustainability and economic characteristics into a general public acceptance survey conducted through inquiries to the field visitors The 112CO2 consortium will evaluate the potential economic impact with the social acceptance to produce a comprehensive document summarizing the main conclusions and improve its effectiveness

Technology exploitation roadmap

This deliverable reports on the general Plan for the Exploitation and Dissemination of Results PEDR which will be coordinated by partner PW and supported from PV as the main end user and potential exploiter of this technology but all partners will also contribute It should detail all exploitation activities market analysis and potential exploitation scenarios to be undertaken during the implementation stage M24 and at the end of the project M42 This roadmap will foresee the potential commercial use of 112CO2 solution and also future use of knowledge gained within the project ie of research results that cannot be commercially exploited and with third parties involved The definition of exploitation paths to the industrial sector will be made in cooperation with independent expertsadvisors who will contribute by reviewing and validation the envisaged plans

2nd Scientific and technical dissemination summary report

Several reports will be prepared to describe the scientific and technical dissemination activities carried out during the first year of the project M12 and updated at M24 M36 and at the end of the project M42

First interdisciplinary community and ecosystem report

This deliverable reports on the establishment of strong knowhow and skills that will place EU ahead of the development and industrial application of low temperature methane decomposition within and beyond the 112CO2 consortium Two monetary prizes will be awarded to third parties that will compete for the integration of MD process in natural gasrunning buses or with other technologies such as SOFC and methanation Sabatier reaction To further stimulate the emergence of creating an ecosystem around MD three types of grants will be made available i financial support to NGOs for promoting policy debates ii finantial support for receiving European science undergraduates and involving graduates from other fields eg economics humanities press marketing and iii grants for startupsendusers for helping in the scaleup of the technology developed within the project It is envisaged the active contribution of all partners in the creation of a hydrogen society balancing aspects such as education gender differences and longterm societal ethical and legal implications related to methane decomposition

1st Scientific and technical dissemination summary report

Several reports will be prepared to describe the scientific and technical dissemination activities carried out during the first year of the project (M12) and updated at M24, M36 and at the end of the project (M42).

Project website

A website will be constructed to allow general public, and in particular industry and academia, to get familiarized with the topics studied within 112CO2. Relevant results and breakthroughs will be highlighted in the news of the website, as well as dissemination activities.

Publications

Development of Proton Conducting Ceramic Cells in Metal Supported Architecture

Author(s): Noriko Sata, Feng Han, Haoyu Zheng, Amir Masoud Dayaghi, Truls Norby, Marit Stange, Robert Semerad, Rémi Costa
Published in: ECS Transactions, Issue 103/1, 2021, Page(s) 1779-1789, ISSN 1938-5862
Publisher: Electrochemical Society, Inc.
DOI: 10.1149/10301.1779ecst

Catalytic methane decomposition to boost the energy transition: Scientific and technological advancements

Author(s): Luís Alves, Vítor Pereira, Tiago Lagarteira, Adélio Mendes
Published in: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Issue 137, 2021, Page(s) 110465, ISSN 1364-0321
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2020.110465

112CO2: Low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production

Author(s): Paula Dias, Tiago Lagarteira, Gonzalo Prieto, Noriko Sara, Adélio Mendes
Published in: Open Access Governmental - January 2022, 2022, Page(s) 362-363, ISSN 2516-3817
Publisher: Adjacent Digital Politics Ltd

Understanding catalytic methane decomposition: a swift and cost-effective energy decarbonization pathway

Author(s): Adélio Mendes
Published in: Open Access Governmental - April 2023, 2023, Page(s) 430-431, ISSN 2516-3817
Publisher: Adjacent Digital Politics Ltd
DOI: 10.56367/oag-038-10098

A study on heating requirements and economic analysis of the low-temperature methane decomposition for clean hydrogen production

Author(s): Inês Moreira Marques
Published in: 2022
Publisher: University of Porto

Development of engineered catalysts for the low-temperature methane decomposition

Author(s): Ricardo Coelho
Published in: 2022
Publisher: University of Porto

112CO2 Project - Emergency CO2 Low Temperature Catalytic Methane Decomposition For COx Free Hydrogen Production

Author(s): Adélio Mendes, Paula Dias, Tiago Lagarteira
Published in: European Energy Innovation - Autumn 2021, 2021, Page(s) 36
Publisher: Prologue Media Ltd

The role of Ni foil structure on catalytic methane decomposition - Poster

Author(s): Luís Alves, Vítor Pereira, Tiago Lagarteira, Paula Dias, Adélio Mendes, Gonzalo Prieto
Published in: Book of Abstracts: 22nd European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry, 2023, Page(s) 101, ISBN 978-961-297-035-2
Publisher: University of Ljubljana Press
DOI: 10.13140/rg.2.2.20930.86729

New reactor approach for low-temperature catalytic methane decomposition - Oral

Author(s): Vítor Pereira, Luís Alves, Paula Dias, Fernando Pereira, Tiago Lagarteira, Adélio Mendes
Published in: Book of Abstracts: 22nd European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry, 2023, Page(s) 99, ISBN 978-961-297-035-2
Publisher: University of Ljubljana Press
DOI: 10.55295/9789612970352

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