To mitigate climate change, CO2 capture from the environment is inevitable. Electrochemical CO2 capture methods have high potential thanks to their green chemistry and their native fit in a transition towards renewable electricity. Among electrochemical carbon capture methods, particularly, using bipolar membrane electrodialysis (BPMED) for oceanic carbon capture is promising as it does not produce/require any harmful chemicals, needs no regeneration, and our profound experience allows us to rapidly upscale this process. The capture products, CO2(g) and/or CaCO3(s), provide an opportunity to commercialise as green feedstock in the food industry, greenhouses, synthetic fuels, etc, while providing a circular carbon economy. Our startup SeaO2 is taking on the challenge.
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