In this infographic we explore the process of electrochemical carbon capture. Carbon capture is the first stage of a longer process which aims to remove carbon from the atmosphere, transport and store it underground. The Forse Group are working on a novel form of carbon capture called "electrochemical carbon capture" which tries to increase the energy efficiency of the process. Find our more in our infographic!
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