The Conference on Artificial Photosynthesis and Green Catalysis (CAP GC) 2023 will bring together stakeholders from academia, industry, and politics. Over the course of three days, CAP GC’s ambition is to provide a forum for sharing exciting scientific discoveries and discussing our way forward into a decarbonized future.
CAP GC 2023 is hosted by 112CO2 and SUN2CHEM, two international projects with EPFL participation, funded through the EU’s Horizon 2020 initiative. Together with our partners in the 112CO2 consortium, we are developing a low-temperature methane decomposition technology, allowing the production of carbon oxides-free hydrogen from natural gas, biogas and synthetic methane. In SUN2CHEM, we are focusing on solutions for the efficient solar-driven reduction of CO2, generating energy-rich, high-value chemicals. Both projects are united by a vision for a sustainable future, in which climate protection and human development are no longer juxtaposed.
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