RCI Events

webinars and other events organised by RCI and partner organisations

free RCI Webinar

15 April 2024, 14:00 – 15:00 CEST

During the next RCI webinar on 15 April 2024, 14:00 to 15:00 CEST, Michael Carus of RCI will present the Renewable Carbon Initiative and the Renewable Carbon Strategy and focus on the upcoming RCI Position Paper on “Chemical and Physical Recycling”.

Given the focus topic of this webinar and BASF’s expertise in the recycling industry, Dr. Christian Krueger (Chemical Recycling | BASF Net Zero Accelerator) from BASF will be a speaker at the webinar. 

You are cordially invited to join us: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84263996585

CO2-based Fuels and Chemicals Conference 2024 

17-18 April 2024 – hybrid event (on site and online), Cologne, Germany

The CO2-based Fuels and Chemicals Conference is one of internationally established and has developed into a unique meeting and networking place for the entire Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) and Power-to-X industry and its customers. The upcoming 12th edition of this conference again will continue with this success and will showcase again the newest and most important developments in the fast growing field of CO2 capture and utilisation.

Submit your abstract nowhttps://co2-chemistry.eu/call-for-abstracts/ – Deadline 26 November 2023

Find out more at: https://co2-chemistry.eu

Renewable Materials Conference 2024 

11-13 June 2024, Siegburg/Cologne (Germany)

After the successful Renewable Materials Conference (RMC) on 23 – 25 May 2023 with 465 participants, we are already planning the next RMC on 11 – 13 June 2024 – the meeting point for global leaders in industry, science, and politics.

The future sustainable chemical and materials industry will be based entirely on recycling, biomass and CO₂.

A wide range of concepts and technologies will be addressed at the conference: circularity, renewable refineries, and chemical recycling as well as new process technologies. Technologies to produce more sustainable chemicals, building blocks, polymers, plastics and fine chemicals based on renewable carbon: recycling, biomass or CO2. Up-to-date information on new innovations, markets, sustainability and political framework provide a comprehensive picture of possible future developments.

One highlight is the Innovation Award: after six pre-selected presentations, the audience will vote on the “Renewable Material of the Year 2024”.

The call for abstracts is already open: https://renewable-materials.eu/call-for-abstracts/

Find out more at: https://renewable-materials.eu

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