3D printing will help in energy transition
BioElectroCathode is an international R&D project aimed at developing bioelectrosynthesis processes that can be used to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into methane (CH4) or ethanol. The two main pillars of the project are the use of 3D printing technology for the production of electrochemical bioreactors and the development of methods for the production of cathodes necessary for the bioelectrosynthesis process. The entire process converts CO2 into gaseous biofuels.
An interview with Paweł Robak, CEO of Omni3D, our industrial partner in Bioelectrocathode, has been recently published in Puls Biznesu, a national newspaper in Poland. Hope you enjoy reading this story!