Self-assembling nanoporous graphene with dialable pore sizes for green energy production
The University of Adelaide
Australian Research Council
Biggs, Prof Mark J; Yang, Dr Wenrong
The biggest barrier to the Sun being our main energy source is it is not always available. This can be overcome by having an economical means of storing solar energy as it is produced. This project will demonstrate such a technology by using nanoporous graphene to support artificial photosynthesis to produce fuel from water and carbon dioxide using sunlight.