Towards zero emissions in process industry: a case study of key technologies and collaborative projects
The aim of the project is to increase knowledge about the management, organization and implementation of development projects where several different actors participate. Together they develop key technologies for electrification as well as for increased use of hydrogen and biomass (in combination with CCS / CCU) and increased recycling which together enable emission reductions across several industries. This results in knowledge of the obstacles that exist for the realization of the studied key technologies and development projects, as well as it point out which obstacles that alliances of private and public actors can solve or which require policy initiatives. The Swedish Energy Agency believes that the project concerns an energy and socially relevant area through the need to organize technical development across organizational and sectoral boundaries in collaboration to enable emission reductions.
Hans Hellsmark (contact)
Senior Researcher at Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Environmental Systems Analysis
Luleå University of Technology
Swedish Energy Agency
Funding Chalmers participation during 2020–2022