The Department of Energy issued a press release today detailing its official $75 million renewal for the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis over the next five years. As quoted in the press statement, Under Secretary for Science and Energy Lynn Orr, remarked, “JCAP’s work to produce fuels from sunlight and carbon dioxide holds the promise of a potentially revolutionary technology that would put America on the path to a low-carbon economy.”
For more information about the JCAP renewal, please visit the DOE website

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