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Scientists develop cheapest carbon capture system to date

Wednesday 25 Jan 23 10:30am


US researchers have developed a cost-efficient method that successfully captures CO2 and converts it into one of the world’s most widely used chemicals: methanol.

The team at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNLL) has developed what is claimed to be the “least costly carbon capture system to date”.

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