SUN-to-LIQUID project work will be presented at the Fachkongress SolarChemieR. This congress is organized to present and discuss the potential of solar chemistry, the current research activities and the challenges for their commercialization. Bauhaus Luftfahrt, the Coordinating partner of the project will be extend the motivation behind SUN-to-LIQUID project i.e. emphasis on the continued need for fuels in aviation, updates on the project status and system analysis.
- SUN-to-LIQUID project team
SUN-to-LIQUID project consortium met for general assembly meeting to share the updates about project activities and discuss the outlook for last year of the project. The meeting was held at the DLR facility in Jülich which hosts a unique solar simulator. The meeting participants had the chance to visit this research facility as well.
SUN-to-LIQUID project members participated in the SolarPACES conference held between October 2-5, 2018 in Casablanca, Morocco.
Members of the SUN-to-LIQUID consortium presented the advances achieved in the project. Various posters and scientific articles were presented during the conference.
SUN-to-LIQUID Scientific workshop was organized on October 10-12, 2018 at IMDEA Energy Institute in Móstoles. Over 60 participants from 12 countries participated in the event.
We thank all the participants and speakers for their active participation and valuable contibutions in making the wokshop a big success.
Please find detailed information about the event here.
Bauhaus Luftfahrt will be at the ILA Future Lab Forum “Sustainable aviation fuels” on 26.4.2018! To see the first probe of solar kerosene from the SOLAR-JET project, visit them at 10:15-11:15, Hall 2 – 204.
It is our pleasure to annouce the SUN-to-LIQUID Summer School which will take place in June, 25th-29th, at IMDEA Energy Institute in Móstoles, Spain.
Please click on "read more" for further information and for the pre-registration please visit the site of IMDEA Energy.
The scientific publications issued in the framework of the FP7 project SOLAR-JET can be found on the project public website:
SOLAR-JET is the the EU-project which preceded SUN-to-LIQUID and demonstrated the first-ever solar thermochemical kerosene production from H2O and CO2 in a laboratory environment.