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Our 4th edition (August 2022) is now available!

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 763909.


Project Lifetime: 1 April 2018 to 30 September 2022.


Coordinator: DIFFER.




Welcome to KEROGREEN – towards sustainable and green aviation fuel production

KEROGREEN (Production of sustainable aircraft grade kerosene from water and air powered by renewable electricity, through the splitting of CO2, syngas formation and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis) is a Research and Innovation Action (RIA), financed by the European Commission under the Call Topic "Competitive low-carbon-energy - new knowledge and technologies" (H2020-LCE-06-2017) in the H2020 Work programme "Secure, Clean and Efficient energy".

The project is carried out by 6 partners from 4 European countries (Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Norway) aiming at the development and testing of an innovative conversion route for the production of sustainable aircraft grade Kerosene from water and air powered by renewable electricity.

The new approach and process of KEROGREEN reduces overall CO2 emission by creating a closed carbon fuel cycle and at the same time creates long-term large-scale energy storage capacity which will strengthen the EU energy security and allow creation of a sustainable transportation sector.


KEROGREEN Final event @ KIT on 27.09.2022: a real success!

The KEROGREEN partners were really happy to present their achievements at the project final event, which has been taken place at KIT, Karlsruhe, on 27.09.2022. More information on the event here.

KEROGREEN virtual Winter School on 10-11 February 2022

The 10th and 11th February 2022, KEROGREEN held a virtual winter school on "Future directions in research on Power-to-X for sustainable chemicals & fuels", in collaboration with the research projects E-Fuel and BECCU, and the EERA JP Energy Storage. Read more about the event!