Artificial photosynthesis for a clean energy future
Our objective is to provide a sustainable alternative to the production of fossil-based, energy-intensive fuels and basic chemicals. The required energy will be provided by sunlight, the raw materials will be abundantly available molecules, such as water, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
Picture caption: From left to right: Bert Weckhuysen, Robert Schlögl, Gabriele Centi, Maximilian Fleischer, Frédéric Chandezon, Hervé Bercegol, and Jens Nørskov. On August 20, SUNRISE and ENERGY-X representatives took part in the panel discussion of the session: "The...read more
Picture caption: From left to right: Veronique Haller (Embassy of Switzerland), Mmantsae M. Diale (U Pretoria), Daan Du Toit (DSI of South Africa), Artur Braun (Empa) On July 30, 2019 the SUNRISE project was presented by the SUNRISE partner Swiss Federal Laboratories...read more
“Manufacturing processes will underpin the green transition now and in the future”: An interview with John Mathews
Western industrialism has achieved miracles, promoting unprecedented levels of prosperity and raising millions around the world out of poverty. But as China, India and other industrializing giants grow, they confront an inconvenient truth: they cannot rely...read more
... check out our wrap-up of this fruitful meeting below!Over 170 SUNRISE’s stakeholders gathered on June 17-18 at the Academy Palace of Brussels, in connection with the EU Sustainable Energy Week, as one of the Energy Days. Renewable energy experts from Academia,...read more