The “Top 6” candidates are nominated for the first innovation award “Best CO2 Utilisation 2019”

Biotechnological CO2 conversion. High value-added chemicals. Concrete. CO2-based fertilizer production. CO2 utilisation for cosmetic waxes. Even an independent system for homeowners to produce fuel from CO2. Everything and more... Mehr

Leitfaden für die Welt der CO2-Nutzung

Was bedeutet CO2-Nutzung, – im Fachjargon „Carbon Capture Utilisation (CCU)“ – und was sind die Hauptvorteile dieser neuen Technologie? Das neueste Papier des nova-Instituts liefert tiefe Einblicke in alle Aspekte der... Mehr

Kohlefasern aus Treibhausgas

Zusammen mit Forscherkollegen haben Chemiker der Technischen Universität München (TUM) einen Prozess entwickelt, der nach ersten Berechnungen eine wirtschaftliche Entfernung des Treibhausgases Kohlendioxid aus der Atmosphäre... Mehr

Storengy pioneers power-to-gas market with investment in Electrochaea GmbH

Becoming a shareholder of Electrochaea GmbH, the leading provider of power-to-gas technology based on biological methanation located in Munich, Germany, STORENGY is positioning itself on an emerging market, bringing together its... Mehr

Trend Report on Carbon Dioxide-based Polymers – Technologies, Polymers, and Producers

Already more than 160,000 tonnes of CO2-based polymers on the market. nova-Institute presents a unique trend report on the utilisation of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a chemical feedstock for a wide range of polymers. The report... Mehr

Moving artificial leaves out of the lab and into the air

An improved leaf, which would use carbon dioxide — a potent greenhouse gas — from the air, would be at least 10 times more efficient than natural leaves at converting carbon dioxide to fuel. Mehr

Carbon dioxide now being captured in first of its kind BECCS pilot

The first BECCS pilot project of its kind in the world at Drax Power Station – the UK’s biggest renewable power generator, has started capturing carbon dioxide. Mehr

Scientists Turn Carbon Emissions into Usable Energy

Their findings have been published in the November 2018 issue of iScience, a sister journal to Cell Mehr