R4R :: Chemical Regions For Resource Efficiency

Chemical Regions For Resource Efficiency

Impact

R4R - Cefic

New Educational Resources For Energy And Resource Efficiency

As part of the R4R education flagship innitiative, project partners are looking at how topics such as Energy and Resource Efficient Technologies and Processes, Biobased Economy and Technology; and Waste  (a Resource that we could Recycle, Reuse and Recover) can be addressed through Open Educational Resources (OERs).

R4R explores new opportunities for Digital Learning Technologies at the NPS14 international workshop. 

The key topics discussed at the workshop  are captured below:

 General Impression

Introduction

Experiences With E- Learning Tools

Needs Of The Industry

Opportunities Of E-Learning

Brainstorm Poster Pitches

 

For more information and to find out more about the SWOT Analysis Plenary Brainstorm Session click here.

 

Breakthrough ambitions

  • Reduce the dependency on fossil feedstock: a 10-fold increase in the use of bio renewable raw materials as feedstock by 2030.
  • A major efficiency improvement in the process industries CO2 footprint of up to 50% by 2030.
  • By 2030, a reduction of 20% in raw materials net use per end application versus current levels.
  • A 30% reduction in primary energy consumption from the current levels
    by 2030.

Breakthrough ambition

  • A 30% reduction in primary energy consumption from the current levels
    by 2030.

Breakthrough ambition

  • Reduce the dependency on fossil feedstock: a 10-fold increase in the use of bio renewable raw materials as feedstock by 2030.

Breakthrough ambition

  • By 2030, a reduction of 20% in raw materials net use per end application.

Breakthrough ambition

  • A major efficiency improvement in the process industries CO2 footprint of up to 50% by 2030.

Events