Membership

Why join RCI?

RCI members profit from a unique network of pioneers in the sustainable chemical industry. They

  • share knowledge and expertise with other members;
  • make their activities visible to potential partners and customers;
  • profit from the experiences of other pioneers on the way to a sustainable future.

Who can join?

Companies of all sizes, research institutes and independent consultants can all become members of the Renewable Carbon Initiative. Membership fees depend on size and type of the applicant.
Associations interested in a partnership are welcome to contact Dominik Vogt for further information.

RCI offers its members

  • A common voice for the renewable carbon economy.
  • Increased visibility of their individual renewable carbon solutions.
  • Collective advocacy work to create a supportive regulatory and economic framework.
  • Support in finding solutions for your specific problems on the way to your renewable carbon goals.

Member activities

Shaping the initiative

Members actively shape the direction of the initiative and the renewable carbon landscape.
Members can apply to become part of the RCI advisory board.

Visibility

Members are part of the RCI communication activities and therefore highly visible in the context of renewable carbon. Get recognised as a pioneer in sustainable chemistry.

Working Groups

Members form working groups on specific topics. When research and development project consortia are formed, suitable candidates – if available – are first identified from among the association’s members.

Access

Members receive advance information about RCI activities and budget allocations.

Networking

Members profit from the experience of other pioneers. RCI gets you in contact with leading scientists and experts and helps you to find the right partner for your project.
RCI members meet twice a year, once in person, once online.

Discount advantage

Members get discounts for selected partner events.

Become a member of the Renewable Carbon Initiative and shape the future of the chemical industry
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