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Jornadas científicas SUN-to-LIQUID

It is our pleasure to invite you to the SUN-to-LIQUID project scientific workshop to exchange knowledge and disseminate results to selected industrial and scientific experts. The theme of this workshop is "Production of solar fuels for road transport, aviation and shipping: technology development and market uptake". The workshop will take place at IMDEA Energía at Móstoles Technology Park, Madrid, including a visit of the solar thermochemical research facility (IMDEA Energy, supported by all partners). 

The Scientific Workshop is meant to present an updated vision and promote discussion on the development of solar-driven technologies via the three main conversion routes (electrochemical, thermochemical and photochemical) or combinations of them. Distinguished speakers will provide lectures on recent developments. Members of the SUN-to-LIQUID consortium will present the advances achieved in the project.

The participation is free of charge, requires registration and it is limited to a maximum number of 90 participants. Participants may also present their activities and developments at a specific poster session and be active in providing comments and inputs during the round table and technical discussions.

Dates:                     October 10-11, 2018

Venue and Host:      IMDEA Energy Institute
                               Avenida Ramón de la Sagra, 3.
                               28935 Móstoles, Madrid, Spain

See the workshop programme, for more details about the event. 

To register for the event click Here

For any queries, email us at or write in the contact form.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring your valid identification proof, for the security check to the venue.


"This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 654408."

"The activities performed by the partner ETH Zürich have been supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) under contract Nº 150330."


Miércoles, Octubre 10, 2018