KAUST DepartmentWater Desalination and Reuse Research Center (WDRC)
Biological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering (BESE) Division
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AbstractBioelectrosynthesis from CO2 offers the prospect to reuse CO2 emissions as a feedstock and generate fuels and value-added chemicals from CO2 and its derivatives working in water. The technology has environmental advantages due to its sustainability, renewability and environmentally friendly qualities. The future potential of these systems can be associated to the framework of CO2 biorefineries, the power-to-gas concept, or biogas upgrading, thus helping to step-up in the desired global transition from fossil fuel-based to electricity-based economy.
CitationBajracharya, S., Aryal, N., De Wever, H., & Pant, D. (2019). Bioelectrochemical Syntheses. An Economy Based on Carbon Dioxide and Water, 327–358. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-15868-2_9
SponsorsNabin Aryal is supported by a FutureGas project from Innovation Fund Denmark-Innovationfonden.
PublisherSpringer International Publishing