Our laboratory studies novel thermo-electrochemical energy systems for energy storage, production of sustainable energy vectors, synthetic products and the recovery of waste streams. Synthetic fuels and industrial products can be produced via electrochemical pathways that replace fossil fuels and petrochemical products.
These capabilities and interests allow us to make impactful contributions to a sustainable future in practical applications such as heavy and light duty transportation, aviation, heavy industries (e.g., steel, cement, plastics, refineries), and many more.
Stay tuned! More news to come about our brand new HERD labs!