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Storing electrical energy by exploiting the potential of “archaea”: the new technology is here

Country: The United States of America
Original language: English

When talking about technologies for storing electrical energy we often only think of electric batteries. But now there are new technologies such as the innovative Electrochaea, which can convert the hydrogen and CO2 contained in crude biogas into pure methane. The central role in the process is played by archaea, single-celled organisms belonging to the ...

When talking about technologies for storing electrical energy we often only think of electric batteries. But now there are new technologies such as the innovative Electrochaea, which can convert the hydrogen and CO2 contained in crude biogas into pure methane. The central role in the process is played by archaea, single-celled organisms belonging to the kingdom of archaebacteria which are also methanogens. All the details regarding this technology are explained in this interview with Francesco di Bari, CFO of the company.

 

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