We utilize membrane electrode assembly (MEA) electrochemical cells to reduce CO2 into valuable fuels and chemical feedstocks. Advances in catalyst design on both the cathodic and the anodic sides of the cell have enabled our system to convert CO2 at an extremely efficient rate. Combined with a smart cell design, we have created a compact and scalable system ready to tackle the world’s carbon problem.
Follow the links below to learn more about the science underpinning our technology.
- Science: CO2 electroreduction to ethylene via hydroxide-mediated copper catalysis at an abrupt interface
- Energy & Environmental Science: Combined high alkalinity and pressurization enable efficient CO2 electroreduction to CO
- ACS Energy Lett.: High Rate, Selective, and Stable Electroreduction of CO2 to CO in Basic and Neutral Media
- Nature Catalysis: Catalyst electro-redeposition controls morphology and oxidation state for selective carbon dioxide reduction
- Joule: Sulfur-Modulated Tin Sites Enable Highly Selective Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to Formate
- Nature Chemistry: Theory-driven design of high-valence metal sites for water oxidation confirmed using in situ soft X-ray absorption
- Science Advances: Biofunctionalized conductive polymers enable efficient CO2 electroreduction
- ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering: Nanomorphology-Enhanced Gas-Evolution Intensifies CO2 Reduction Electrochemistry
- Science: Homogeneously dispersed multimetal oxygen-evolving catalysts
- Nature: Enhanced electrocatalytic CO2 reduction via field-induced reagent concentration
- Nano Letters: High-Density Nanosharp Microstructures Enable Efficient CO2 Electroreduction
- ACS Catalysis: Rational Design of Efficient Palladium Catalysts for Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide to Formate