MOF-based membranes for biogas upgrading

MOF-based membranes for biogas upgrading

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General | No Comments

Despite the efforts made to develop efficient separation technologies, biogas upgrading remains a big challenge due to the energetic requirement of typical methods like cryogenic distillation or.

Sorption technologies for biogas upgrading

Sorption technologies for biogas upgrading

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General | No Comments

In the light of the world energy requirements for cleaner sources, the use of biogas has been raised as a promising alternative. Since biogas contains a higher hydrogen-to-carbon ratio, its.

Challenges and new opportunities in biogas upgrading

Challenges and new opportunities in biogas upgrading

By | Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Cleantech, Biogas | No Comments

Biogas has been introduced as a green fuel source, and the industry has grown significantly since the early 2000s. Several technologies are used to upgrade the raw biogas, but some challenges.

Energy-efficient CO2 capture and release using magnetic materials

Energy-efficient CO2 capture and release using magnetic materials

By | Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Flue gas | No Comments

Global concerns have been raised due to increasing emissions of greenhouse gases in the last few decades. Carbon capture and storage are considered one of the most promising strategies to reduce.

How MOFs save the climate from carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases

How MOFs save the climate from carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration | No Comments

Global temperature has been on the rise since the birth of the modern industrial revolution after World War II. The subsequent effects have currently led to over 400 ppm of CO2 in the.