The company develop new patented technology (PL patent application P.436198) for producing biomethanol, a useful chemical compound, from carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. The process involves declustered water saturated with CO2 and a graphene-based catalyst, placed in a closed container transparent for UV-VIS-NIR light. The catalysts irradiated with electromagnetic wave split the water and releases hydrogen that in the same time is used in the reaction with CO2 and synthesis of biomethanol.

Converting CO2 to methanol is an innovative and sustainable technology with several benefits. By using CO2 as a feedstock, this process reduces the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, promotes energy efficiency, and offers a versatile chemical compound that can be used in a variety of applications. This technology is a promising solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainable development while reducing dependency on fossil fuels.

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