From the very beginning, there was a clear separation between the appearance of the nova-Institute and its services on www.nova-institute.eu and the content pages of the nova-Institute, which have enjoyed high visitor numbers for years and can now be found under the new web address www.renewable-carbon.eu.
Visuals and PDF file in English available at: www.nova-institute.eu/press/?id=281
On the way to completely replacing the fossil carbon base of the chemical and plastics industry, the nova experts expanded their focus. Originally centred solely on the bioeconomy, about ten years ago they included Carbon Capture & Utilisation (CCU) and two years ago also recycling, especially chemical recycling in their portfolio. With these three alternative carbon sources, it is now technologically possible to decouple the chemical and plastics industries from their petrochemical base and switch completely to renewable carbon.
The completely new website does justice to this strategy: it is as modern and clear as the renewable carbon strategy and at the same time as colourful as renewable carbon is diverse.
With about 180,000 visitors per month, the “Renewable Carbon News” is the most visited content page of nova-Institute. It contains a total of 28,000 news items on bio-based and CO2-based solutions and recycling – and 13,000 related companies and institutes.
Under “Publications” and “Graphics” you will find almost 400 studies, reports and graphics; most of them are available free of charge. Filter function and download statistics help you to quickly find studies on the content you are looking for.
In the “Business Directory”, 119 companies present themselves and their products and services. Suitable suppliers and partners can be found in seconds via a detailed index.
The “Community” section will follow shortly – not much shall be revealed about it yet, just this: the “Renewable Carbon Community” is intended to bring a large number of companies and institutes into conversation and to initiate cooperation and projects to replace fossil carbon. Launch after the summer break.
Visit our new website, browse through the myriad of information. We are looking forward to your feedback!