Scientists to produce zero-carbon fuel by mimicking plants
from Eco Chunk
As carbon emissions continue to rise and environmentalists not really ready to adopt geoengineering solutions as a part of their plan for long-term relief, governments over the world are placing their bets on renewable energy, most of the sources of which remain highly untapped due to the challenges that exist in converting them to clean energy. Now a team of British scientists have joined forces to develop a system that can mimic plant photosynthesis to produce hydrogen using sunlight. Hydrogen can then either be used to power cars or produce clean energy on demand.
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