CO2 Reuse Summit

CO2 Reuse Summit

16-17 May 2018
Zurich, Switzerland

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Key Topics


The world is constantly looking for pathways to sustainable future. One of the biggest issues are increasing CO2 emissions, which are causing the global warming. Scientics from around the globe developed several technologies enabling us to turn carbon dioxide into usefull products like fuels, building materials, chemicals or polymers. However CO2 utilization projects still require further research, industry collaboration, funding or policy changes in order to become feasible and well established on the market.

CO2 Reuse Summit, taking place on 16-17 May 2018 in Zurich, will bring together major stakeholders from the industry to highlight latest developments related to carbon utilization. We will discuss key challenges and opportunities when it comes to technology, economics or policy. We invite you to join your peers for 2 days of interactive presentations, case studies and networking sessions. Get involved in building the decarbonized society.

Moving towards sustainability with CCU

LCA & TEA of utilization projects

Regulatory and policy framework

CO2 to fuels, chemicals, building materials, polymers, algae

Renewable energy and hydrogen production

Latest technological advancements in CO2 conversion

Process integration

Commercialization - opportunities, challenges, funding, patrnerships

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Site visit


On 15th May our participants will have a chance to visit the Climeworks world's first commercial plant that captures atmospheric CO2 for supply to other industries based in Hinwil. 
The site visit is free of charge but spaces are limited and booked on first-come, first-served basis. Please contact us on registration@cogitongroup.com to book your space for the tour.
Hurry up. Only few spaces left.

 

Developing CO2 Utilization Technologies

Our Speakers


Pricing Plans


Industry pass

€899 (in.VAT)

Early bird discount valid until 28th February 2018
Regular fee - €999
2 day pass including access to all sessions, lunches, refreshments and documentation

Academic pass

€699 (in.VAT)

Applies to University employees, students, non-profit organisation, non-government organizations.
Organisation profile will be verified by the organiser, delegates can be asked to provide adequate documents e.g. student card
2 day pass including access to all sessions, lunches, refreshments and documentation

Our Sponsors


Looking for additional exposure at the conference? Please contact us on sponsors@cogitongroup.com or choose your package below.

Sponsorship Packages


Bronze

€2000
  • Logo with the link on the conference website
  • Logo and the company profile in the conference documentation
  • Logo on the agenda front cover and other promotional materials
  • Placement of own materials at the infodesk
  • 1 delegate pass
  • 10% discount for additional delegate spaces (discounts do not combine with early bird discounts)

Silver

€3000
  • Logo with the link on the conference website
  • Logo and the company profile in the conference documentation
  • Logo on the agenda front cover and other promotional materials
  • Placement of own materials at the infodesk
  • 1 page A4 flyer in the conference documentation
  • Opportunity to deliver a presentation at the confrerence (15min)
  • 2 delegate passes
  • 15% discount for additional delegate spaces (discounts do not combine with early bird discounts)

Golden

€5000
  • Logo with the link on the conference website
  • Logo and the company profile in the conference documentation
  • Logo on the agenda front cover and other promotional materials
  • Placement of own materials at the infodesk
  • 1 page A4 flyer in the conference documentation
  • Opportunity to deliver a presentation at the confrerence (30min)
  • Exhibition space in the networking area – table for one-on- one meetings
  • 3 delegate passes
  • 20% discount for additional delegate spaces (discounts do not combine with early bird discounts)

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