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  • Electrochemistry

Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): MOFing Towards a Sustainable Future

In April 2023 the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, revealed that the forthcoming budget will feature a £20 billion [1] ($24 billion) investment scheme for carbon capture initiatives. This represents the single largest ever investment in these technologies anywhere in the world outside of the United States aimed at catalysing new solutions to […]

  • Carbon Capture

Accelerating the Pathway to Scalable, Cheap & Clean Green Hydrogen Production

The global community has set out on a mission to reduce carbon emissions, and renewable energy sources are emerging as the most cost-effective means of generating new energy worldwide. However, not all applications are suitable for renewable energy or direct electrification. Hydrogen and green molecules (such as ammonia and methanol produced from hydrogen) will play […]

  • Electrochemistry
  • Hydrogen

Quino Energy: Go with the Flow

The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that by 2030, we’ll see an incredible 350% increase in global renewable energy generation capacity of 12,600 GW from the current level of about 2,800 GW.

  • Batteries

The Age of Electrochemical Power: Energy Storage, Hydrogen & Carbon Capture

Addressing climate change is the most important work of our lifetime. We believe electrochemistry will have the most outsized impact on climate technology in the coming decade and become the hub technology for a sustainable energy system. At Energy Revolution Ventures, we invest in companies leveraging electrochemistry to accelerate this energy transition.

  • Electrochemistry