ColdSpark® project is to take part in the upcoming “Emission Reduction 2024” conference, scheduled for June 3rd and 4th in Nürtingen. The conference provides an excellent platform for professionals and leaders in various industries to engage in a focused exchange of experiences and information regarding emissions reduction.
The conference will delve into the challenges posed by conflicting industrial and regulatory interests in the pursuit of emission reduction. In recent years, there has been a continual tightening of requirements, shaping the landscape of emissions reduction initiatives. Participants at the “Emission Reduction 2024” conference will gain insights into the current legal status and anticipated effects for operators and approval authorities. The event will facilitate discussions on diverse methods of emissions reduction, requisite measurement technologies, and their practical applications. Attendees will also have the opportunity to attend expert lectures exploring economic efficiency considerations, life cycle analyses, and energy/resource efficiency assessments in evaluating potential measures.
The “Emission Reduction 2024” conference is specifically tailored for specialists and managers across various sectors, including but not limited to the Solvent processing industry, Chemical industry, Petroleum industry, Glass industry, Food industry, Automotive industry, Cement and lime industry, Energy producers from renewable or conventional energies, Iron and Steel Industry, Waste treatment plants, SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), Large animal husbandry facilities, Households and small consumers
As part of the conference program, Kathrin Kayser from IBBK Fachgruppe Biogas GmbH will present the ColdSpark® project’s innovative approach to sustainable hydrogen production from methane/biomethane using non-thermal plasma technology. We are proud to contribute to this conference by presenting the project’s latest developments and achievements.
The detailed program for the “Emission Reduction 2024” conference, including the ColdSpark® project presentation, will be available for download shortly. Stay tuned for more information.