Success story: EFRE projects to reduce greenhouse gases on the rise

We are pleased to announce that a number of ERDF projects for the reduction of greenhouse gases have successfully won funding. One outstanding example is the “AktivMAT” project, which is dedicated to the development and benchmarking of new active materials for H2 and CO2 electrolyzers in order to produce green gases.

In close cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt and the renowned company Fotec, we are taking an important step towards a sustainable future with “AktivMAT”. The partnership with the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt promises a solid scientific basis for the development of innovative technologies. At the same time, Fotec’s expertise will ensure that these technologies can be efficiently implemented in practice.

The funding of these ERDF projects is a decisive step towards actively tackling the challenges of climate change. By using hydrogen and capturing carbon dioxide, we are not only contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gases, but also creating new economic opportunities and strengthening the innovative power of our region.

We are confident that the success of these projects will make a significant contribution to achieving our environmental goals. Together with our partners, we are striving for a future in which green gases are a mainstay of a sustainable energy supply.