CERT’s electrochemical CO2 conversion technology produces fuels and chemical feedstocks using only water and electricity. Our technology provides an additional revenue stream by transforming waste CO2 emissions into a valuable product that can then be sold or used directly on site. Our company provides solutions for two main issues:
- A method of deriving value from carbon dioxide
- A cost-competitive alternative to fossil feedstocks for ethylene production, enabling electrification of chemicals manufacturing
Through electrochemical technology developed by CERT, electricity can be used as the primary energy source for synthesis of commodity chemicals such as syngas, ethylene, and ethanol. This decouples the chemical cost from naphtha and natural gas feedstock prices and provides opportunities to take advantage of low cost electricity, such as intermittent excess generation by wind or solar installations. Only through technology like this can we move from a linear chemical economy (f...
CERT’s electrochemical CO2 conversion technology produces fuels and chemical feedstocks using only water and electricity. Our technology provides an additional revenue stream by transforming waste CO2 emissions into a valuable product that can then be sold or used directly on site. Our company provides solutions for two main issues:
- A method of deriving value from carbon dioxide
- A cost-competitive alternative to fossil feedstocks for ethylene production, enabling electrification of chemicals manufacturing
Through electrochemical technology developed by CERT, electricity can be used as the primary energy source for synthesis of commodity chemicals such as syngas, ethylene, and ethanol. This decouples the chemical cost from naphtha and natural gas feedstock prices and provides opportunities to take advantage of low cost electricity, such as intermittent excess generation by wind or solar installations. Only through technology like this can we move from a linear chemical economy (fossil fuels to emissions) into a circular chemical economy, where CO2 emissions can be recycled into new feedstocks.
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