A sustainable solution that turns carbon dioxide into renewable chemicals respecting nature’s own carbon cycle.
Liquid Sun DNA
Liquid Sun creates sustainable energy and chemical innovations to make our planet a safer and healthier place to live. This requires a leap, both in ambition and in technology. It will be achieved by mimicking nature’s own processes.
For us, that means respecting the natural carbon cycle of the world. Using green electricity and CO₂ from the air we can balance the cycle, allowing us to pursue our normal lives without adding greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
With our technology we accelerate energy transition into fossil free future.
Underlying principles of the Liquid Sun technology
A sustainable solution that turns carbon dioxide into renewable chemicals. Liquid Sun is an electrolyzer reactor for synthetic hydrocarbon production using CO₂ and water as raw materials.
It not only produces value-added commodity chemicals and stores energy in transportable fuels, but also alleviates the greenhouse effect.
Over 80% of world energy is produced by burning carbon into CO₂. This process can also be reversed, where CO₂ and water are turned into hydrocarbons and oxygen by using electricity. This is done by using innovative catalyst materials and reactor designs. Liquid Sun’s special catalyst materials enable selective hydrocarbon production from simple structures such as methane to more complex one's like formic acid with high yields.
The breakthrough invention
of Liquid Sun technology
relies on catalyst architecture, which is made by atomic layer deposition (ALD).
The technology of Liquid Sun can be fitted into a monolithic chip, which means that there is a limited number of moving parts making the solution reliable.
The fuels produced are easy to store and transport with existing distribution infrastructure. There is a wide range of existing uses cases.
The solution can be fitted into existing powerplants to eliminate CO₂. It can also be used in closed environments e.g. marine industry, aviation and space.