Cu-based catalysts manifest a unique ability to reduce CO2 into various products such as CO, HCOOH, CH4, C2H4, and alcohols.
In order to deliver the net zero carbon ambition, several attempts have been conducted, including pushing the efficiency of CO2 reduction reaction (CO2RR) beyond the economic threshold for industrial commercialization.
Carbon nitride is cheap, scalable, non-toxic, suitable for solar hydrogen generation, but has limited activity due to severe charge recombination.
We are thrilled to share our work on constructing the turbostratic carbon with interfacial B-N moieties for electrosynthesis of HO2- that is now available in AngewandteChemie and it also confirmed that fine tuning the active moieties is pivotal for understanding the structure-selectivity... read more
Our latest publication on the sustainable production of green hydrogen for the clean energy transition is online!
Our newly published open access manuscript on electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 and Nitrate to syngas, ammonium ions, and urea.
Congratulations to Dr Emma Lovell and Dr Priyank Kumar who recently being promoted to Senior Lecturer, we are so proud of you.
In a newly published review article in Energy and Environmental Science, our group appraises recent literature and provides guidelines for the rational design of promising photocatalysts, as well as optimization of reactor design and operating conditions of selective photoreforming reaction.