CONDOR: THREE YEARS COMPLETED!
The meeting was opened by Prof. Paola Ceroni, Department of Chemistry “Giacomo Ciamician” at the University of Bologna and also coordinator of CONDOR project, who provided a comprehensive review of the research work completed to date. Over the past months, the efforts were concentrated on assembling and testing the flow photoelectrochemical cell (Compartment 1), which was conducted by ENGIE in collaboration with the University of Ferrara. Simultaneously, the Utrecht University and HYGEAR focused on Compartment 2 by designing and manufacturing the (photo)chemical reactor for conversion of syngas into fuels. Overall, the project has progressed in alignment with the work plan, with no significant deviations. The partners discussed the next steps and remaining activities for the last year of the project, which are related to the assembling, integration and testing of the CONDOR system.
The meeting also welcomed members of the External Advisory Board (EAB), who tracked the progress and provided valuable feedback and recommendations for the project’s future work.
As we look ahead to the final year of the project, there is undoubtedly lots of work still to be done. However, we are happy to slowly but steadily be moving towards. Thanks to the hard-working consortium partners and all EAB members for their contributions to the productive meeting and fruitful collaboration in this challenging project!
Gain additional insights on CONDOR by visiting its website https://condor-h2020.eu/. Stay informed by keeping track of the project’s updates on social media (follow @CONDOR_EU on LinkedIn and Twitter).