High temperature electrochemical devices for manufacturing and industrial decarbonization
Sustainable Energy Seminar Series: Luca Mastropasqua, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Monday, October 23, 2023
Molecules produced not from fossil fuels, i.e., de-fossilized, like hydrogen or ammonia, enable the direct use of renewable energy sources as primary energy input and their upgrade and use as fuels or energy carriers to achieve the net-zero emission goals for the transportation, industrial, and power generation sectors. Electrochemical systems for synthesis of renewable products from waste or low value feedstocks have a fundamental role to play in decarbonizing these sectors.