• Modify the new photocatalysts using generated Ti3+ sites.
  • To convert at least 10 micromole of CO2/g/h under UV at ambient conditions and to maintain the activity at the same level for at least 200 h.
  • Develop successful small-scale photo- and photoelectrical silica glass reactors and use these as a basis for designing and fabricating large-scale (increased several times) and upgraded reactors made of stainless steel and quartz glass.
  • Conduct a 'safe by design' environmental assessment of the photocatalysts produced.
  • Increase social awareness of the CCS and CCU issues.

Etapy projektu

  • WP1 – Fundamental calculation and preparation of photocatalysts. WPUT, USN (M1-M30).
    Leader: prof. Iwona Pełech
  • WP2 – Characterisation of photocatalyst samples prepared in WP 1. WPUT (M8-M36).
    Leader: prof. Ewelina Kusiak-Nejman
  • WP3 – Photocatalytic  assessment. WPUT (M1-M36).
    Leader: prof. Antoni W. Morawski
  • WP4 – Photoelectrochemical assessment. USN (M4-M36).
    Leader: prof. Kaiying Wang
  • WP5 – Designing and construction of photoreactors. SINTEF (M4-M36).
    Leader: dr. Richard Blom
  • WP6 – Environmental impact assessment of the catalyst materials. SINTEF (M4-M30).
    Leader: dr. Andy Booth.

Schemat działania

Graficzny schemat współpracy między wykonawcami zadań WP1…WP6, przedstawionych w punktach „Etapy projektu” i „Kalendarz”


  • WP1 (M1-M30) start Sept 2020
  • WP2 (M8-M36) start April 2021
  • WP3 (M1-M36) start Sept 2020
  • WP4 (M4-M36) start Dec 2020
  • WP5 (M4-M36) start Dec 2020
  • WP6 (M4-M30) start Dec 2020