NAMOSYN project was granted
On February 26th, 2019, RWTH Aachen University received the grant decision for the BMBF project NAMOSYN.
The acronym NAMOSYN stands for sustainable mobility through synthetic fuels. NAMOSYN's goal is to quickly establish the foundations for the introduction of synthetic fuels that can be sustainably produced under ecological, economic and social criteria. For this purpose, extensive research and development work will be carried out for different fuel alternatives for different applications – with a focus on road vehicles, off-road vehicles and mobile work machines.
The project house CMT was instrumental in the preparation and submission of applications.
Partners at the RWTH are Professor Regina Palkovits, Professor Jürgen Klankermayer, Professor Andreas Jupke, Professor Alexander Mitsos and Professor André Bardow. The project will start on April 1st.