European Technology Platform For SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY



  • Opinion: CO2 Conversion Technologies “No one size fits all”


    CO2 conversion is set to play a critical role in the future for manufacturing and renewable energy storage. Pierre Barthelemy of Cefic Research and Innovation discusses what this means for a sustainable European chemical industry..

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  • Season’s Greetings from SusChem


    This year in June we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry “SusChem”. When we established SusChem in 2004 we knew that we had set the sustainable chemistry community in Europe a difficult task, but together over the past decade we have shaped a lively, creative organisation, open for all interested stakeholders: an organisation that has made a huge impact. .

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  • SusChem 2014 in Review


    2014 was another great year for the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry: SusChem. This year we celebrated our 10th anniversary with an extra special stakeholder event in Brussels. Over the past decade SusChem has inspired research and innovation projects worth well over one billion euros: the vast majority part-funded via the European Commission’s FP7 programme..

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  • BIC publishes new practical guide to Combined Funding


    SusChem stakeholders all know that in theory there are now numerous synergies between sources of European Union (EU) funding for innovation and research. And EU leaders are promoting combined funding to maximise impact when tackling societal challenges. Now a practical guide has been published by the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) focusing on Combining BBI funds under Horizon 2020 with European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF)..

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  • Eighth CRM_InnoNet Newsletter published!


    The latest (eighth) issue of the CRM_InnoNet newsletter (below) has just been published and is available to download from the project website..

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