CERT Systems, which grew out of research at U of T Engineering, is using water and electricity to turn waste CO2 into ethylene and other valuable products
U of T Engineering spinoff receives support from Breakthrough Energy Solutions Canada to upgrade waste carbon
Funding will support commercialization of a new technology to transform CO2 into commercially valuable products
U of T Engineering system takes inspiration from plants to convert electrical energy to chemical energy at 64 per cent efficiency, the highest yet reported for renewable carbon fuels
The Ontario government has invested $833,000 to support a team of U of T researchers trying to turn carbon into something useful for the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE
A team of U of T researchers led by Professor Ted Sargent had advanced to the second round of the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE international competition.