Chemistry Innovation is delighted to have won a recent EU tender to deliver a ‘Study on Innovative Technologies and Possible Pilot Plants’ in the area of critical raw materials.
The study will be delivered by a consortium comprised of 6 partners from across Europe, led by TNO in the Netherlands. The purpose of the study is to provide advice to the European Commission regarding:
• Breakthrough technologies and other innovations that could address security of supply while ensuring long term competitiveness of the European industry along the entire value chain, including substitution, new sources, ways to change demand and new applications;
• The research and innovation strategies needed to develop and make use of such technologies, taking into account non-technological barriers and the role of SMEs.
To register your interest in receiving further information regarding this project, please contact Mike Pitts at Mike.Pitts@ciktn.co.uk.