The primary objective of SUN-to-LIQUID is the scale-up and experimental validation of the complete process chain to solar liquid hydrocarbon fuels from H2O, CO2 and solar energy. Solar fuel production is truly scalable as less than 1% of the arid land is sufficient to meet the global fuel demand. Adverse effects due to direct or indirect land use change are very low compared to conventional biofuel pathways. Furthermore, low water consumption is a distinct feature of solar thermochemical fuel production. This course will present the main features of the different processes to obtain them, addressing different aspects such as technical, economic, environmental…
The course is mainly oriented to MSc and PhD students who want to achieve a higher degree of specialization in this field, but also to other students with a specific interest in these topics and a limited amount of time. Students will enjoy of lectures and practical work in singular facilities such as the SUN-to-LIQUID solar field of 250 kW with 169 heliostats and will interact with some of the reference researchers worldwide on these topics.
The Summer School is organized by IMDEA Energy Institute and will take place in June, 25th-29th at Rey Juan Carlos University campus of Móstoles, a town close to Madrid and easily accessible by public transport. Important dates are:
- 15th May 2018 Pre-registration – click here
- 25th May 2018 Announcement of participants accepted
- 8th June 2018 Registration and Payment of the registration fee
Please see the attached document for further details.
"This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 654408."
"The activities performed by the partner ETH Zürich have been supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) under contract Nº 150330."