In a remarkable endeavor, Holcim Germany, thyssenkrupp Uhde, and the esteemed Technical University of Berlin have embarked on a joint research project utilizing cutting-edge amine scrubbing technology for the capture of CO2 process gas at Holcim's cement plant in Beckum. With the initial installation of a system module, the project's first test phase is now commencing, signaling a significant milestone in their quest.The primary objective of this collaboration is to achieve a substantial reduction in CO2 emissions from existing cement plants while concurrently exploring prospective avenues for the utilization of the captured CO2. Over the next few years, the partners will conduct meticulous small-scale tests of this promising technology, envisioning its pivotal role in the decarbonization of Germany's cement industry. If the tests yield favorable results, the carbon capture and processing procedures will yield high-purity CO2, a valuable commodity that can be supplied to diverse industries or converted into alternative energy carriers, such as methanol.Throughout the test phase, constant refinements will be implemented, accompanied by the installation of a second system module featuring innovative processes. The performance and efficiency of these devices will be thoroughly evaluated using authentic exhaust gas derived from Holcim's cement plant in Beckum, Germany. By adopting this approach, the partners aspire to contribute significantly to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, particularly within existing cement production plants. The project receives funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action under the auspices of the funding number 03EE5103A.