Splitting CO2 for renewable energy

Researchers report an electrolysis cell that splits carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide and oxygen with 50% energy efficiency using inexpensive, abundant metals under environmentally sound conditions, a process that can facilitate the production of carbon dioxide-based solar fuels and the use of carbon dioxide as a raw material for the synthesis of other industrial compounds. - Read at PNAS.org

Article #16-04628: “Efficient electrolyzer for CO2 splitting in neutral water using earth-abundant materials,” by Arnaud Tatin et al.