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RICE

Reducing Industrial Carbon Emissions (RICE) is a £9.2million EU and Welsh Government backed initiative funded through the European Regional Development Fund to test and drive forward next generation technologies to help reduce carbon emissions from Welsh industry.


The RICE initiative is led by the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University in partnership with the Sustainable Environment Research Centre and the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling at the University of South Wales. Its goal is to work with local companies to test how CO₂ produced from industrial processes can be innovatively used to make high value products and industrially important chemicals.



In addition to DCWW, we’re working with a number of local industries including cement, steel and chemical producers to establish demonstration units to implement and test these technologies under industrial conditions.

RICE

Reducing Industrial Carbon Emissions (RICE) is a £9.2million ERDF funded project to test and drive forward next generation technologies to help reduce carbon emissions from Welsh industry. The is led by the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) and its goal is to work with local industries to establish demonstration projects to test how CO₂ produced from heavy industrial processes can be innovatively used to make high value products and industrially important chemicals.

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