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EtripleC: Electrons to Close the Carbon Cycle

Electrochemical reduction of CO2, using renewable electricity as the energy source and CO₂ as the carbon source, is the most direct route to close the carbon cycle. In the EtripleC project ECN>TNO and University of Twente are investigating in collaboration with ISPT and end-users the technical feasibility and scalability, and the economic relevance of electrochemical conversion of CO2, N2 and CH4 based on the patented hollow tube technology.

Yvonne van Delft, MSc


Yvonne van Delft, MSc


ECN part of TNO

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