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Electrochemical Carbon Capture: a cheaper one-step process, power by clean energy

By |October 6, 2023|Categories: Environmental Tech, Clean Tech, Smart City, Tech, Green Tech, Eco-Tech, Climate Tech, Bio-Tech|

Carbon capture is expensive. Hence continuous attempts in laboratories around the world to find new ways to capture CO2 that are simpler and cheaper. One problem with the traditional method is that it is a two-step process, and energy intensive (therefore powered by high-heat fossil fuels). Jennifer Chu at MIT describes a new electrochemical method

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