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Workshop on “Sustainability Assessment of materials and technologies for a clean energy transition”
24. February 2022 - 25. February 2022
4th EERA workshop & 1st AMPEA-E3S joint workshop on “Sustainability Assessment of materials and technologies for a clean energy transition”
Since the summer of 2021, the EERA Joint Programme on Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications (JP AMPEA), together with the EERA Joint Programme on Nuclear Materials (JP NM) and the transversal Joint Programme Digitalisation for Energy (tJP DfE), are hosting a workshop series on “Energy Materials for Innovation (EM4I)”. The series, consisting in six workshops, covers the integral stages of materials research, from discovery to scale-up productions, device development, industrial integration and sustainability, as well as cross-cutting technologies supporting these actions.
The fourth of the series focuses on “Sustainability assessment of materials and technologies for a clean energy transition”. It is scheduled to take place on 24 and 25 of February combined with a workshop co-organised by the Joint Programmes Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications (AMPEA) and Economic, Environmental and Social impacts of the Energy Transition (E3S).
The first half-day will be filled with contributions from researchers in JP AMPEA and E3S, aiming to develop mutual understanding on the societal needs and technological advancements, and to foster new collaborations necessary for achieving the Clean Energy Transition. The second half-day will be organised as a webinar delivered by invited experts on key topics: LCSA (life-cycle and sustainability assessment), sustainable manufacturing, critical raw materials, social-economic aspects and 2050 scenarios. Stay tuned for program updates!
How to register?
The workshop is free of charge and open to all upon registration.
To register for the first day (24 February), focused on the joint contributions by JPs AMPEA and E3S register at this link
To register for the second day (25 February), focused on EM4I topics register at this link
– For more information, please visit EERA’s website