PolyU develops high-efficiency CO2 electroreduction system for reducing carbon footprint and progressing carbon neutrality goals

To combat climate change and move towards the goal of carbon neutrality, researchers from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University have developed a durable, highly selective and energy-efficient CO2 electroreduction system that can convert CO2 into ethylene for industrial purposes to provide an effective solution for reducing CO2 emissions.
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