Videos

Carbon Dioxide Irrigation: Using CO2 to Make the Desert Bloom

Tim Kruger of the University of Oxford gave the talk "Carbon Dioxide Irrigation: Using CO2 to Make the Desert Bloom" at the RCN-CCUS Annual Meeting and Workshop. Here he discusses his research of a novel method for growing plants that dramatically minimizes water use and consumes CO2.

Power-to-fuel scaling vs. market requirements

Christian Ohlhausen of Sunfire participated in the Synthetic Fuels panel at the RCN-CCUS Annual Meeting and Workshop. Here he describes the company's technological developments for the power-to-fuel concept in an interview with AIChE's Lucy Alexander.

Feeding CO2 from air into solid oxide electrolyzer cells

Søren Ebbehøj of the Technical University of Denmark gave a talk titled "Feeding CO2 From Air Into Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cells" at the RCN-CCUS Annual Meeting and Workshop. Here he elaborates on electrolyzer cells as a way to produce carbon-neutral fuels, when coupled with air captured carbon dioxide and electricity from carbon-free sources.

Closing the Carbon Cycle with Air Capture

Mogens Mogensen of the Technical University of Denmark introduced the RCN-CCUS Workshop on April 14. Here he talks about the workshop's topic of taking CO2 from air to create green fuels, with a special focus on cooperation between Denmark and the US to promote broad implementation.