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IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

20-21 January 2020 - Geleen, the Netherlands


We cordially invite you to join us for the 8th High Temperature Solid Looping Cycles Network (HTSLCN) Meeting;  bringing together the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of Solid Looping. The meeting will be held and hosted by TNO at their Chemelot Industrial Site in Geleen, the Netherlands.


Agenda   |   Practical Note


In addition, this year, the HTSLCN meeting is in partnership with the CLEANKER project and is hosted back to back with the LEILAC conference. CLEANKER project ( is a H2020 project planning to build the largest Calcium Looping pilot plant worldwide, specifically designed for CO2 capture in cement plants. LEILAC ( is a H2020 project demonstrating a CO2 Capture technology for Lime and Cement Industry based on externally heated calcination. Delegates will hear about the advancement of the CLEANKER pilot design and construction in a dedicated session and will have the opportunity to site visit the LEILAC demonstration plant.



HTSCLN Meeting Registration - NOW OPEN


Registration for the HTSLCN meeting is now open. The delegate fee is £150 and includes the welcome drink reception on Sunday 20th January, the meeting dinner on the evening of the Monday 21st January and site visit to the LEILAC facility and transfers.



Payment is by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) and charged in GBP including taxes. Registration CLOSES Thursday 16th January.




Agenda Outline:


Sunday 19 January 2020  Welcome Drinks at the Hotel Stein - Urmond (the Netherlands)
Monday 20 January 2020

HTSLCN Member Presentations (Morning and Afternoon)


Dinner in the city of Geleen (Evening)

Tuesday 21 January 2020     

HTSLCN Member Presentations (Morning)


Possible Visit to the LEILAC Demonstration Plant or to join LEILAC (Afternoon)


Conference (Confirm Attendance when Registering)