SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Nano tech could get zero-carbon energy from sea water

To date, large-scale blue energy projects such as Norway’s Statkraft power plant have been impeded by the poor efficiency of existing membrane technology. Image: REUTERS/Alister Doyle

Frederique Mezerolle

Media Relations Officer, McGill University

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