CO2 as building block
|Capturing and concentrate (ambient) CO2 at low prices for direct use and production of fuels and chemicals, using solar or wind energy. |
With the help of an organic, non-amine sorbent, turns ANTECY the negative of CO2 (greenhouse effects, environmental costs) into a positive, whereby CO2 becomes the ideal renewable resource for our Carbon Economy (fuels, chemicals and other materials).
Dutch Chemistry Nobel prizewinner names CO2 capturing and conversion into fuels as important problem still to solve
Professor Ben Feringa who was recently honored with the 2016 Nobel prize in Chemistry was asked which important chemical problem he would still like to solve. His answer was: "To find a way to make new fuels from Carbon dioxide (CO2) and electricity from solar energy as an alternative to fossil fuels."