• Fossil fuels are non-renewable natural resources in which catalysis plays an important role in creating new routes and flexibility in the network of fossil energy sources, energy carriers, and energy conversion. Process technologies are applied in the large scale manufacture of commodities which include refinery fuels, synfuels, and hydrogen.

    • Catalysis in Dry Methane Reforming
    • Catalysis for Conversion of Heavy Fossil Energy
    • Catalysis in Hydrocarbon Processing
    • Catalysis in Refinery
    • Fluid Catalytic Cracking
  • Production of Renewable energy as biofuels, solar/fuel cells, solar energy, etc. have been based on catalytic processes using advanced technologies and innovative (nano)materials. Design of efficient catalytic processes enable to maximize the value of starting materials while minimizing waste generation and energy requirements.

    • Catalytic Photo- and Electro-driven Conversion of CO2 & H2O
    • Catalysis in production of Syngas, Hydrogen and Biofuels
    • Catalysis in Fuel Cells (PEMC, SOFC), Hydrogen Energy
    • Catalysts for Biomass Valorisation to Biofuels